I'm a Professor WSB in behavioral public administration at the University of Copenhagen in the Department of Political Science. I study how citizens make inferences about public services and the connection between micro-level dishonesty and macro-level corruption. Principal investigator at the Behavioral and Experimental Public Administration Lab (BEPAL).

Sustaining Honesty in Public Service: The Role of Selection.

Sustaining Honesty in Public Service: The Role of Selection.

Reducing Bias in Citizens Perception of Crime Rates: Evidence From a Field Experiment on Burglary Prevalence.

Reducing Bias in Citizens Perception of Crime Rates: Evidence From a Field Experiment on Burglary Prevalence.

Behavioral Dishonesty in the Public Sector.

Behavioral Dishonesty in the Public Sector.

Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology.

Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology.

How Social and Historical Reference Points Affect Citizens’Performance Evaluations.

How Social and Historical Reference Points Affect Citizens’Performance Evaluations.

Human Interest or Hard Numbers? Experiments on Citizens’ Selection, Exposure, and Recall of Performance Information

Human Interest or Hard Numbers? Experiments on Citizens’ Selection, Exposure, and Recall of Performance Information