Institut for Statskundskab

Henrik Bech Seeberg

ph.d., Lektor

Curriculum Vitae

Henrik Bech Seeberg

Associate Professor, PhD, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus

contact: h.seeberg@ps.au.dk

Education

PhD, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus (2013). On the Dissertation "The Power of the Loser: Opposition Policy Influence through Agenda-Setting" supervised by Prof. Christoffer Green-Pedersen and Prof. Peter Bjerre Mortensen. Assessment Committee: Prof. Tim Bale, Prof. Will Jennings, and Prof. Carsten Jensen.

MSc in Political Science (cand.scient.pol.), Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus (2011).

MSc in "Politics and governments in the European Union", European Institute, London School of Economics (2008)

Publikationer

How political parties’ issue ownerships reduce to spatial proximity

Seeberg, H. B., sep. 2020, I : West European Politics. 43, 6, s. 1238-1261 24 s.

The impact of opposition criticism on the public’s evaluation of government competence

Seeberg, H. B., jul. 2020, I : Party Politics. 26, 4, s. 484-495 12 s.

The Red-Green Alliance: Is it Red or Green?

Seeberg, H. B. & Kölln, A-K., jun. 2020, Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics. Christiansen, P. M., Elklit, J. & Nedergaard, P. (red.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, s. 329-346

'Don’t trust that party!' Undermining a rival party’s issue ownership through negative campaigning

Seeberg, H. B. & Nai, A., 2020, (Accepteret/In press) I : Political Studies.

Comparing agenda-settings: the Comparative Agendas Project

Chaqués Bonafont, L., Green-Pedersen, C. & Seeberg, H. B., 2020, Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Comparative Policy Analysis. Peters, G. (red.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, s. 90-112

Enhedslisten - en brølende, men tandløs løve?

Seeberg, H. B., 2020, (Accepteret/In press) I : politica.

Issue ownership attack: how a political party can counteract a rival’s issue ownership

Seeberg, H. B., 2020, I : West European Politics. 43, 4, s. 772-794 23 s.

Negatively affecting voters’ triple issue considerations. An experimental study of parties’ attack communication

Lefevere, J., Seeberg, H. B. & Walgrave, S., 2020, (Accepteret/In press) I : Political Communication.

On the enemy’s turf: Exploring the link between macro- and micro-framing in interest group communication

Jensen, C. & Seeberg, H. B., 2020, I : Journal of European Public Policy. 27, 7, s. 1054-1073 20 s.

The 2019 EP Election in Denmark: A European Election within a National Contest

Seeberg, H. B., Wilhelm, J., Kritzinger, S. (red.), Plescia, C. (red.), Raube, K. (red.), Wilhelm, J. (red.) & Wouters, J. (red.), 2019, (Accepteret/In press) Assessing the 2019 European Elections: The Interplay between the Politico-Legal Framework and the Public Response. Routledge

A series of persuasive events. Sequencing effects of negative and positive messages on party evaluations and perceptions of negativity

Nai, A. & Seeberg, H. B., 2018, I : Journal of Marketing Communications. 24, 4, s. 412-432 21 s.

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Voter Decision Criteria Heterogeneity and Vote Choice

Stubager, R., Seeberg, H. B. & So, F., 2018, I : Electoral Studies. 52, s. 1-10

The Bureaucracy and the Policy Agenda

Bækgaard, M., Mortensen, P. B. & Seeberg, H. B., 2018, I : Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 28, 2, s. 239-253

Do Voters Learn? Evidence that Voters Respond Accurately to Changes in Political Parties’ Policy Positions

Seeberg, H. B., Slothuus, R. & Stubager, R., 2017, I : West European Politics. 40, 2, s. 336-356 21 s.

How Stable is Political Parties’ Issue Ownership? A Cross-time, Cross-national Analysis

Seeberg, H. B., 2017, I : Political Studies. 65, 2, s. 475-492 18 s.

What can a government do? Government issue ownership and real world problems

Seeberg, H. B., 2017, I : European Journal of Political Research. 56, 2, s. 346–363 18 s.

Cooperation between Counterparts in Parliament from an Agenda-Setting Perspective: Legislative Coalitions as a Trade of Criticism and Policy

Christiansen, F. J. & Seeberg, H. B., 2016, I : West European Politics. 39, 6, s. 1160-1180 21 s.

Opposition Policy Influence Through Agenda-Setting: The Environment in Denmark, 1993–2009

Seeberg, H. B., 2016, I : Scandinavian Political Studies. 39, 2, s. 185-206 22 s.

What can a party say? How parties’ communication can influence voters’ issue ownership perceptions

Stubager, R. & Seeberg, H. B., 2016, I : Electoral Studies. 44, December, s. 162-171 10 s.

Why Are Some Policy Agendas Larger than Others?

Mortensen, P. B. & Seeberg, H. B., 2016, I : Policy Studies Journal. 44, 2, s. 156-175 20 s.

Issue ownership stability and change: how opposition criticism undermines government evaluations absent government legislation

Seeberg, H. B., 4 sep. 2015.

Issue Engagement and Avoidance: Why government parties engage on opposition issues

Seeberg, H. B., 3 sep. 2015.

Issue Engagement and Avoidance: Why government parties engage on opposition issues

Seeberg, H. B., 20 jun. 2015.

Cooperation between Counterparts in Parliament from an Agenda-Setting Perspective: Legislative Coalitions as a Trade of Criticism and Policy

Seeberg, H. B. & Juul Christiansen, F., 8 jun. 2015.

Can a government improve its issue ownership? Real-world problems, government action, and issue ownership across four issues in seven countries over time

Seeberg, H. B., 2015.

The Power of Talk and the Welfare State: Evidence from 23 Countries on an Asymmetric Opposition-Government Response Mechanism

Jensen, C. & Seeberg, H. B., 2015, I : Socio-Economic Review. 13, 2, s. 215-233 19 s.

Why do counterparts cooperate? Opposition criticism and legislative agreement in the Danish Parliament

Seeberg, H. B., 2015.

Why can some political systems handle more issues than others? A study of the determinants of the size of political agendas

Mortensen, P. B. & Seeberg, H. B., 12 jun. 2014. 29 s.

Book review: Patrick J. Egan. Partisan Priorities: How Issue Ownership Drives and Distorts American Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2013

Seeberg, H. B., 2014, I : Public Opinion Quarterly. 78, 3, s. 763-765 3 s.

Opposition policy influence through agenda-setting: The environment in Denmark 1993-2009

Seeberg, H. B., 2014. 40 s.

Who owns the issue? Issue ownership in comparative perspective

Seeberg, H. B., 2014.

Why can some political systems handle more issues than others? A study of the determinants of the size of political agendas

Seeberg, H. B. & Mortensen, P. B., 2014.

The Power of the Loser: Opposition Policy Influence through Agenda-Setting

Seeberg, H. B., 29 nov. 2013, Aarhus: Forlaget Politica. 180 s.

Can the opposition make the government legislate? Evidence from the UK 1992-2005

Seeberg, H. B., 11 apr. 2013. 30 s.

The Opposition's Influence on Policy Through Issue Politicization

Seeberg, H. B., 2013, I : Journal of Public Policy. 33, 1, s. 89-107

Legislative agreements as a trade of criticism for policy

Seeberg, H. B. & Christiansen, F. J., 25 okt. 2012. 30 s.

Government and opposition in issue competition: Legislative agreements as a trade of criticism for policy

Seeberg, H. B. & Christiansen, F. J., 9 jul. 2012.

On the opposition's influence on policy. Evidence from the UK 1992-2005

Seeberg, H. B., 21 jun. 2012.

The Power of the Opposition

Green-Pedersen, C., Mortensen, P. B., Seeberg, H. B. & Thesen, G., 2012, I : Perspectives on Europe. 42, 2, s. 54-59 6 s.

Parties and policies: How policy changes when the opposition party sets the agenda

Seeberg, H. B., 25 jun. 2011. 25 s.

Parties and policies: How the opposition party can change policy when setting the agenda

Seeberg, H. B., 2 apr. 2011. 25 s.

Opposition, government, and policy change in comparative perspective

Seeberg, H. B., 25 jun. 2010. 25 s.

Opposition, government, and policy change in comparative perspective

Seeberg, H. B., 8 jun. 2010. 25 s.

Political Agenda-Setting and Policy Change in Comparative Perspective

Seeberg, H. B., 25 jun. 2009. 25 s.