Institut for International Økonomi, Politik og Business
I joined the department as Associate Professor of Business and Politics, with focus on quantitative methods in 2019. Broadly speaking, I study political behavior at the voter and the elite level. My research is at the intersection of political psychology, political communication, and comparative politics. In my research I mostly apply quantitative text analysis techniques and hierarchical models. I am political scientist by training and received my PhD from the University of Vienna in 2012.
I mostly contribute with teaching introductory and advanced quantitative methods courses at all levels, and with substantive courses embedded in behavioral and psychological approaches to decision making.
- Electoral behavior, political attitude formation and identity politics
- Elite political communication and interaction with the public
- Political speech
- Political communication on social media
Hatemi PK & Fazekas Z. 2018. Narcissism and Political Orientations. American Journal of Political Science 62 (4), 873—888.
Theocharis Y, Barberá P, Fazekas Z, Popa SA & Parnet O. 2016. A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets: The Consequences of Citizens' Uncivil Twitter Use when Interacting with Party Candidates. Journal of Communication 66 (6), 1007—1031.
Fazekas Z & Larsen EG. 2016. Media Content and Political Behavior in Observational Research: A Critical Assessment. British Journal of Political Science 46 (1), 195—204.
Fazekas Z & Littvay L. 2015. The Importance of Context in the Genetic Transmission of US Party Identification. Political Psychology 36 (4), 361—377.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2020, 22 s.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2020, 18 s.
I: European Journal of Political Research, 19.5.2020
I: Political Communication, Vol. 37, Nr. 3, 5.2020, s. 329-349
I: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2020
I: Sage Open, Vol. 10, Nr. 2, 4.2020
I: International Journal of Press/Politics, Vol. 25, Nr. 1, 1.2020, s. 115-134
I: American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 62, Nr. 4, 10.2018, s. 873-888
I: Acta Politica, Vol. 52, Nr. 4, 10.2017, s. 479–501
I: Journal of Communications, Vol. 66, Nr. 6, 12.2016, s. 1007-1031
I: New Advances in the Study of Civic Voluntarism: Resources, Engagement, and Recruitment. . red. /Casey Klofstad. Philadelphia : Temple University Press 2016, s. 196–224
I: British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 46, Nr. 1, 1.2016, s. 195-204
I: Scandinavian Political Studies, Vol. 38, Nr. 3, 9.2015, s. 255-276
I: Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource. . red. /Stephen M. Kosslyn; Robert A. Scott; Marlis C. Buchmann. Hoboken, N.J : Wiley 2015
I: Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Vol. 12, Nr. 3, 2015, s. 303-324
I: Political Psychology, Vol. 36, Nr. 4, 8.2015, s. 361-377
I: International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Vol. 26, Nr. 2, 2014, s. 235–244
I: Electoral Studies, Vol. 32, Nr. 4, 12.2013, s. 693-707
I: Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 94, Nr. 2, 6.2013, s. 569-589
I: Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol. 24, Nr. 3, 2012, s. 389-408
I: European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 17, Nr. 2, 2011, s. 153-169
I: Structures and Futures of Europe. red. /Krisztina Arató; Zsolt Enyedi; Agnes Lux. Budapest : Ad Librum 2011, s. 153–179
København : Videnskab.dk 14.6.2020
Frederiksberg : CBS Wire 16.6.2020
I: Berlingske, 11.10.2019, s. 34
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