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Hanna Bäck

Professor

Statsvetenskap

Främsta forsknings- och undervisningsområden

  1. Jämförande politik
  2. Politiska partier och regeringar
  3. Politiskt beteende och politisk psykologi

Pågående forskning och undervisning

Min forskning fokuserar framför allt på politiska partier och koalitionspolitik i Västeuropeiska parlamentariska demokratier, t ex på ämnen som regeringsbildning, fördelning och omfördelning av ministerposter, beslutsfattande i koalitionsregeringar och legislativt beteende. Jag forskar även om politiskt beteende/politisk psykologi, framför allt med fokus på att förklara protestbeteende och radikalisering. Andra forskningsområden jag fokuserar på är statsbyggnad, korruption och utrikespolitiskt beslutsfattande.

Jag är associate editor för tidskriften Political Psychology.

Jag undervisar i jämförande politik, politisk psykologi och forskningsmetoder.

Utvalda publikationer (artiklar)

Mariyana Angelova Angelova, Hanna Bäck, Wolfgang C. Müller & Daniel Strobl. 2017. “Veto Player Theory and Reform Making in Western Europe”. European Journal of Political Research. 

Hanna Bäck & Marc Debus. 2017. "Representing the Region on the Floor. Electoral Districts, Economic Characteristics, and Speechmaking in the German Bundestag". Parliamentary Affairs

Hanna Bäck, Wolfgang C. Müller & Benjamin Nyblade. 2017. "Multiparty Government and Economic Policy-Making. Coalition Agreements, Prime Ministerial Power and Spending in Western European Cabinets". Public Choice 170: 33-62.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus & Wolfgang C. Müller. 2016. “Intra-party Diversity and Ministerial Selection in Coalition Governments”. Public Choice 166: 355-378.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus & Heike Klüver. 2016. "Bicamerialism, Intra-party Bargaining, and the Formation of Party Policy Positions: Evidence From the German Federal System". Party Politics 22: 405-417.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus & Jale Tosun. 2015. “Partisanship, Ministers and Biotechnology Policy”. Review of Policy Research 32: 556-575.

Emma Bäck, Hanna Bäck & Holly Knapton. 2015. “Group Belongingness and Collective Action: Effects of Need to Belong and Rejection Sensitivity on Willingness to Participate in Protests Activities”. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 56: 537-544.

Holly Knapton, Hanna Bäck & Emma Bäck. 2015. “The Social Activist: Conformity to the Ingroup Following Rejection as a Predictor of Political Participation”. Social Influence 10: 97-108.

Hanna Bäck & Johannes Lindvall. 2015. "Commitment Problems in Coalitions: A New Look at the Fiscal Policies of Multiparty Governments". Political Science Research and Methods 3: 53–72.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus & Jochen Müller. 2014. "Who Takes the Parliamentary Floor? The Role of Gender in Speech-making in the Swedish Riksdag". Political Research Quarterly 67: 504–518.

Marc Debus & Hanna Bäck. 2014. "Der Einfluss von Mandatstyp und Wahlkreiseigenschaften auf die inhaltlichen Positionen in Parlamentsreden". Swiss Political Science Review 20: 330–353.

Emma Bäck, Hanna Bäck & Gema Garcia-Albacete. 2013. "Protest Activity, Social Incentives and Rejection Sensitivity: Results from a Survey Experiment about Tuition Fees". Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest 1: 1-15.

Martin Ejnar Hansen, Robert Klemmensen, Sara Binzer Hobolt & Hanna Bäck. 2013. "Portfolio Saliency and Ministerial Turnover in Scandinavian Post-War Cabinets". Scandinavian Political Studies 36: 227-248.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus, Jochen Müller & Henry Bäck. 2013. “Regional Government Formation in Varying Multi-Level Contexts. A Comparison of Eight European Countries”. Regional Studies 47: 368-387.

Hanna Bäck, Henk Erik Meier, Thomas Persson & Jörn Fischer. 2012. "European Integration and Prime Ministerial Power. A Differential Impact on Cabinet Reshuffles in Germany and Sweden". German Politics 21: 184–208.

Hanna Bäck, Jan Teorell & Anders Westholm. 2011. “Explaining Modes of Participation. A Dynamic Test of Alternative Rational Choice Models. Scandinavian Political Studies 34: 74–97.

Hanna Bäck, Marc Debus & Patrick Dumont. 2011. “Who Gets What in Coalition Governments? Predictors of Portfolio Allocation in Parliamentary Democracies”. European Journal of Political Research 50: 441–478.

Hanna Bäck, Patrick Dumont, Henk Erik Meier, Thomas Persson & Kåre Vernby. 2009. ”Does European Integration Lead to a Presidentialization of Executive Politics? Ministerial Selection in Swedish Post-War Cabinets”. European Union Politics 10: 226–252.

Hanna Bäck, Thomas Persson & Henk Erik Meier. 2009. “Party Size and Portfolio Payoffs. The Proportional Allocation of Ministerial Posts in Coalition Governments”. Journal of Legislative Studies 15: 10–34.

Leif Lewin, Barbro Lewin, Hanna Bäck & Lina Westin. 2008. “A Kinder, Gentler Democracy? The Consensus Model and Swedish Disability Politics”. Scandinavian Political Studies 31: 291–310.

Hanna Bäck & Axel Hadenius. 2008. “Democracy and State Capacity. Exploring a J-shaped Relationship”. Governance 21: 1–24.

Hanna Bäck & Patrick Dumont. 2008. “Making the First Move. A Two-Stage Analysis of the Role of Formateurs in Parliamentary Government Formation”. Public Choice 135: 353–373.

Hanna Bäck. 2008. “Intraparty Politics and Coalition Formation: Evidence from Swedish Local Government”. Party Politics 14: 71–89.

Hanna Bäck & Patrick Dumont. 2007. “Combining Large-n and Small-n Strategies: The Way Forward in Coalition Research”. West European Politics 30: 467–501.

Patrick Dumont & Hanna Bäck. 2006. “Why So Few and Why So Late? Green Parties and the Question of Governmental Participation”. European Journal of Political Research 45: S35–S67.

Hanna Bäck. 2003. “Explaining and Predicting Coalition Outcomes. Conclusions from Studying Data on Local Coalitions”. European Journal of Political Research 42: 441–472.

 

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