Erik Baekkeskov
Erik Baekkeskov
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Same threat, different responses: experts steering politicians and stakeholders in 2009 H1N1 vaccination policy‐making
E Baekkeskov
Public Administration 94 (2), 299-315, 2016
362016
Why pandemic response is unique: powerful experts and hands-off political leaders
E Baekkeskov, O Rubin
Disaster Prevention and Management, 2014
312014
Freezing deliberation through public expert advice
E Baekkeskov, PO Öberg
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (7), 1006-1026, 2017
252017
Information dilemmas and blame‐avoidance strategies: From secrecy to lightning rods in Chinese health crises
E Baekkeskov, O Rubin
Governance 30 (3), 425-443, 2017
212017
Explaining science-led policy-making: pandemic deaths, epistemic deliberation and ideational trajectories
E Baekkeskov
Policy Sciences 49 (4), 395-419, 2016
192016
Reputation-seeking by a government agency in Europe: Direct evidence from responses to the 2009 H1N1 “Swine” influenza pandemic
E Bękkeskov
Administration & Society 49 (2), 163-189, 2017
152017
Issue Framing and Sector Character as Critical Parameters for Government Contracting‐Out in the UK
E Baekkeskov
Public Administration 89 (4), 1489-1508, 2011
112011
The state of social science research on antimicrobial resistance
SS Frid-Nielsen, O Rubin, E Baekkeskov
Social Science & Medicine 242, 112596, 2019
92019
Measuring and managing ex ante transaction costs in public sector contracting
OH Petersen, E Baekkeskov, M Potoski, TL Brown
Public Administration Review 79 (5), 641-650, 2019
92019
Transboundary crises: Organization and coordination in pandemic influenza response
E Baekkeskov
Disaster research: Multidisciplinary and international perspectives, 189-206, 2015
82015
Collaborative crisis management: a plausibility probe of core assumptions
CF Parker, D Nohrstedt, J Baird, H Hermansson, O Rubin, E Baekkeskov
Policy and Society 39 (4), 510-529, 2020
32020
The impact of expertise on crisis management
E Bękkeskov
Making public policy decisions. Expertise, skills, and experience, 73-92, 2015
32015
Enlisting the support of trusted sources to tackle policy problems: The case of antimicrobial resistance
A Martin, TB Gravelle, E Baekkeskov, J Lewis, Y Kashima
PloS one 14 (3), e0212993, 2019
22019
Political drivers of epidemic response: foreign healthcare workers and the 2014 Ebola outbreak
D Nohrstedt, E Baekkeskov
Disasters 42 (1), 41-61, 2018
22018
Transaktionsomkostninger ved udbud af offentlige opgaver: en analyse af offentlige myndigheders udbudsomkostninger
OH Petersen, E Bękkeskov
Roskilde Universitet, 2015
22015
Politics of contracting-out government activities
E Baekkeskov
University of California, Berkeley, 2009
22009
Market Failure
E Bękkeskov
Encyclopedia of Governance, 543-547, 2007
22007
Expert-led securitization: The case of the 2009 pandemic in Denmark and Sweden
O Rubin, E Bękkeskov
Politics and Governance 8 (4), 319-330, 2020
12020
Antimicrobial Resistance as a Global Health Crisis
E Baekkeskov, O Rubin, L Munkholm, W Zaman
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2020
12020
The promises and pitfalls of polysemic ideas:‘One Health’and antimicrobial resistance policy in Australia and the UK
A Hannah, E Baekkeskov
Policy Sciences 53, 437-452, 2020
12020
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