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2017.11.03 | Research news

Should Denmark be a closed club?

The requirements for Danish citizenship are so steep that even some Danes fail to meet them. The findings from a new study at Aarhus BSS question whether it is fair to demand more of others than of yourself.

2017.10.13 | Research news

Why party members do not vote for their own party

Read Ann-Kristin Kölln's blog post in Washington Post's Monkey Cage.

2017.09.22 | New Books

Controlling the EU Executive?

Jens Blom-Hansen and Gijs Jan Brandsma's new book on the politics of delegation in the European Union is published with Oxford University Press.

2017.09.21 | Research news

Ann-Kristin Kölln about the German election 2017

Why is the German federal election important for Denmark? Hear the answer from the department's new Associate Professor Ann-Kristin Kölln in this video.

Rune Slothuus (right) and Thomas Leeper receive the APSA best paper award from the Election, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior section. In the middle is member of the award committee, Bonnie Meguid of Rochester. Photo: Patrick Egan

2017.09.13 | People

Rune Slothuus wins APSA best paper award

Rune Slothuus wins the APSA best paper award from the Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior section. It is the third time he wins an APSA best paper award.

2017.09.05 | People

Michael Bang Petersen will be JCS Senior fellow at AIAS

As of February 1, 2018, Michael Bang Petersen will be JCS Senior fellow at Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS). During his fellowship he will be working on the project "Political Rumors: Why Do They Spread and How Can They Be Stopped?"

Martin Bisgaard has just received the prestigious award at this year’s American Political Science Association conference in San Francisco. Photo: Lars Kruse (from AUFF's award ceremony 5/24-17)

2017.09.01 | Awards

Martin Bisgaard awarded for outstanding dissertation

Martin Bisgaard wins this year’s best PhD dissertation award from the American Political Science Association's section on political psychology. This is the first time the award is won by a person from a university outside the US.

2017.08.25 | New Books

The Routledge Handbook of the Ethics of Discrimination

In his new book, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen answers questions like: Is discrimination always morally wrong? What makes discrimination wrong? How should we eliminate the effects of discrimination?

2017.08.22 | Society and politics

Aarhus conducts world-class research in public administration

The department stands out in the recently published rankings of the world’s best universities and research fields. The school’s ‘Public administration’ research is listed as the sixth best in the world. In comparison, the University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School rank no. 34 and 50 respectively.

2017.08.21 | Awards

Researcher of the year grateful for sharp criticism

Associate Professor in Political Science Helene Helboe Pedersen wins this year’s research award for her extensive research output within the topic of political representation and for her valuable contribution to Aarhus BSS as a lecturer, communicator and member of a number of working groups.

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