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Allern, E., Klüver, H., Marshall, D., Otjes, S., Rasmusen, A. and Witko, C. (2021) Policy positions, power and interest group-party lobby routines. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1466-4429 doi:

Pakull, D. ORCID:, Marshall, D. and Bernhagen, P. (2020) Shop till you drop? Venue choices of business and non-business interests in the European Union. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 9. pp. 520-540. ISSN 2047-7414 doi:

Allern, E., Hansen, V., Marshall, D., Otjes, S., Poguntke, T. and Saurugger, S. (2020) Conceptualizing and measuring party-interest group relationships. Party Politics. ISSN 1460-3683 doi:

Allern, E. H., Hansen, V. W., Marshall, D., Rasmussen, A. and Webb, P. D. (2020) Competition and interaction: party ties to interest groups in a multidimensionalpolicy space. European Journal of Political Research. ISSN 0304-4130 doi:

Dür, A., Marshall, D. and Bernhagen, P. (2019) The political influence of business in the European Union. New Comparative Politics. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, pp232. ISBN 9780472131181 doi:

Marshall, D. and Bernhagen, P. (2017) Government‒business relations in multilevel systems: the effect of conflict perception on venue choice. West European Politics, 40 (5). pp. 981-1003. ISSN 1743-9655 doi:

Marshall, D. (2016) The power of big business is constrained in the EU. In: Zimmermann, H. and Dür, A. (eds.) Key Controversies in European Integration. 2nd edition. The European Union Series. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 121-128. ISBN 9781137529510

Dür, A., Bernhagen, P. and Marshall, D. (2015) Interest Group Success in the European Union: when (and why) does business lose? Comparative Political Studies, 48 (8). pp. 951-983. ISSN 0010-4140 doi:

Bernhagen, P., Dür, A. and Marshall, D. (2015) Information or context: what accounts for positional proximity between the European Commission and lobbyists? Journal of European Public Policy, 22 (4). pp. 570-587. ISSN 1466-4429 doi:

Marshall, D. (2015) Explaining interest group interactions with party group members in the European Parliament: dominant party groups and coalition formation. Journal of Common Market Studies, 53 (2). pp. 311-329. ISSN 1468-5965 doi:

Beyers, J., Braun, C., Marshall, D. and De Bruycker, I. (2014) Let's talk! On the practice and method of interviewing policy experts. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 3 (2). pp. 174-187. ISSN 2047-7414 doi:

Bernhagen, P., Dür, A. and Marshall, D. (2014) Measuring lobbying success spatially. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 3 (2). pp. 202-218. ISSN 2047-7414 doi:

Beyers, J., Dür, A., Marshall, D. and Wonka, A. (2014) Policy-centred sampling in interest group research: Lessons from the INTEREURO project. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 3 (2). pp. 160-173. ISSN 2047-7414 doi:

Marshall, D. (2012) Do rapporteurs receive independent expert policy advice? Indirect lobbying via the European Parliament's committee secretariat. Journal of European Public Policy, 19 (9). pp. 1377-1395. ISSN 1466-4429 doi:

Marshall, D. (2010) Who to lobby and when: institutional determinants of interest group strategies in European Parliament committees. European Union Politics, 11 (4). pp. 553-575. ISSN 1741-2757 doi:

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