PhD candidate in Public Administration
Jeroen Romeijn studies representation in democracies. He is interested in how the preferences of the public are translated into policy. Specifically, he is interested in how political parties deal with public opinion and interest groups when they take position on issues.
His research interests include the responsiveness of political parties to public opinion, how to measure public opinion and opinion polls, the links between interest groups and political parties, and the influence of lobbying around elections.
For more information about the project, please consult www.govlis.eu.
- Romeijn J. (2 June 2020), What’s the issue? : the lobbying and representativeness of political parties on specific policy issues (PhD thesis. Institute of Public Administration , Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, Leiden University). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Rasmussen A., Toshkov D.D.
- Romeijn J. (2018), Do political parties listen to the(ir) public? Public opinion-party linkage on specific policy issues., Party Politics .
- Rasmussen A., Romeijn J. & Toshkov D. (2018), Dynamics of Regulatory Policymaking in Sweden - The Role of Media Advocacy and Public Opinion, Scandinavian Political Studies 41(1): 49 - 74.
- Schmidt E. & Romeijn J. (2018), Wie drukt zijn stempel op de rol van de overheid in de maatschappij?. In: Heringa A.W., Schinkelshoek, J. (Eds.) Stratego Risk en Scrabble: kabinetsformatie 2017.. no. 9 Den Haag: Montesquieu Instituut.
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