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Martin Bisgaard
Martin Bisgaard
Department of Political Science, Aarhus University
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Bias Will Find a Way: Economic Perceptions, Attributions of Blame, and Partisan-Motivated Reasoning during Crisis
M Bisgaard
Journal of Politics, 2015
2772015
Partisan Elites as Culprits? How Party Cues Shape Partisan Perceptual Gaps
M Bisgaard, R Slothuus
American Journal of Political Science, 2018
1482018
How Political Parties Shape Public Opinion in the Real World
R Slothuus, M Bisgaard
American Journal of Political Science, 2021
66*2021
How Getting the Facts Right Can Fuel Partisan-Motivated Reasoning
M Bisgaard
American Journal of Political Science, 2019
552019
Reconsidering the Neighborhood Effect: Does Exposure to Residential Unemployment Influence Voters' Perceptions of the National Economy?
M Bisgaard, PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
Journal of Politics, 2016
442016
Party Over Pocketbook? How Party Cues Influence Opinion When Citizens Have a Stake in Policy
R Slothuus, M Bisgaard
American Political Science Review, 2021
92021
Partisan elites shape citizens' economic beliefs
M Bisgaard, R Slothuus
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, 2018
32018
Partibog eller tegnebog? Borgernes holdninger til offentligt ansattes overenskomstkrav i 2018.
M Bisgaard, R Slothuus
Økonomi & Politik 92 (3), 2019
12019
Perceiving the Unobservable: How Partisanship and Everyday Life Influence Citizens' Perception of the National Economy: PhD Dissertation
M Bisgaard
Politica, 2016
12016
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