Mette Marie Stæhr Harder
Centre for European and Comparative Legal Studies
Karen Blixens Plads 16
2300 KÃÂ¸benhavn S
Mette Marie Stæhr Harder's research falls within comparative politics and focuses on parliamentary representation. She studies questions such as:
- How are Greenland and the Faroes represented in the Danish parliament?
- How does the Danish parliament control the Danish Government?
- How does the Danish Folketing work with political issues of gender equality?
From the Carlsberg Foundation, she recently received a grant for the project Metropolitan Parliamentary Representation in which she will study how Greenland, Aruba, Bonaire, and Gibraltar are represented in their metropolitan parliaments.
Chair of The International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee on Indigenous Politics (since November 2022).
Convenor of GenParlNet+, mobile.twitter.com/genparlnet (since July 2022).
Editorial Board Member of Nationalism & Ethnic Politics