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2015.07.27 | New Books

New book: The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy

Åsne Kalland Aarstad, Knud Erik Jørgensen and other experts on European foreign policy have edited The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy - a two-volume set with 71 chapters.

2015.06.24 | People

Sapere Aude grant for Helene Helboe Pedersen for project on personalisation of politics

Associate Professor Helene Helboe Pedersen gets the chance to set her own research agenda with a Sapere Aude grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. She will be examining the behaviour of politicians during the last 40 years.

2015.06.19 | Awards

Jørgen Elklit wins extraordinary research communication award

At the annual School Celebration on 19 June, Jørgen Elklit was presented with the extraordinary Aarhus BSS Research Communication Award in recognition of his work as election advisor around the world.

2015.06.19 | Awards

Political science professor is researcher of the year at Aarhus BSS

Professor of political science Jørgen Møller can add yet another award to his resume. At the annual School Celebration at Aarhus BSS on Friday, he was presented with the annual research award.

2015.06.19 | Awards

Award for Master’s thesis on how Danish companies operate in a corrupt world

For Danish export companies based in Asia there are a lot of cultural differences to be aware of and many aspects that require attention. In her Master’s thesis, MSc in Political Science Anna Bundgaard has examined how Danish companies prevent corruption. She has been awarded the Danish Export Association’s Graduation Award for her work.

Party supporters risk being seduced by empty campaign rhetoric and mobilised on behalf of political candidates who have completely different political views than they do.

2015.06.16 | Research news

Party supporters are driven by partisan identity – not specific policies

Political engagement depends on the extent to which supporters identify with a given party. But are party supporters influenced by the actual party policy? Or is it rather the level of their attachment to the party in question that determines their partisanship, a relation that may be compared to that of sports fans?

Photo: Jesper Rais/Aarhus University

2015.06.19 | Research news

Physiological responses reveal our political affiliations

New research from Aarhus University in Denmark shows that political partisanship is rooted in affective, physiological processes that cause partisans to toe the party line on policies and issues, regardless of policy content.

2015.06.09 | Conference

Dept. of Political to host the 2016 PMRC

The Department of Political Science has been granted the honour of hosting a major international conference on public management, which will take place in Aarhus next summer.

The studies conducted in the USA, explain why successful politicians need not be ethnically the same as the majority of their supporters. Photo: Wikipedia

2015.06.04 | Research news

Political affiliation overrides ethnic differences

New research shows that people non-consciously categorise others by their political affiliation and tend to disregard race and ethnicity — but not age or gender.

2015.05.28 | New Books

New book: The Politics of African Industrial Policy

Anne Mette Kjær and research colleagues engage in the debate on growth versus economic transformation and the importance of industrial policy in their new book. The book also provides four in-depth African country studies.

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