I earned my PhD., MSc., and BSc. in political science and public administration at the Department of Political Science and Public Management at University of Southern Denmark. I then held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research at Mannheim University working at the Chair of Comparative Government.
My research has focused broadly on behavioral public administration, political psychology of elites, and quantitative text analysis. My current projects revolve around the behavioral genetics of workplace related individual differences such as public service motivation and leadership role occupancy. In addition, I have worked with web scraping of press releases, twitter data and political texts in a broad range of contexts, and I work with these texts in several projects on political party communication. I currently work closely with scholars from Denmark, USA and Germany.
Fibigerstræde 3, room 61
9220 Aalborg East
Tel.: 9940 2657