Hello there! I'm a researcher working in behavioral public administration. I study how citizens make inferences about public services and performance. I pay my bills as associate professor at the University of Copenhagen in the Department of Political Science. Here I'm principal investigator at the Behavioral and Experimental Public Administration Lab (BEPAL).

Winner of the 2015 Herbert Kaufman Award:  “Negative Performance Information Causes Asymmetrical Evaluations and Elicits Strong Responsibility Attributions”

Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology

Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology

Introduction to the Virtual Issue on Behavioral Public Administration

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

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