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I'm Associate Professor of Public Administration and Politics at the Department of Social Sciences and Business. I'm a part of the research group Roskilde School of Governance (RSG) and vice-leader for the Centre for Research on Public-Private Collaboration (COPS). Moreover, I'm associate editor with the journal Public Administration. 

My research revolves around several topics, but the common heading is public-private collaboration. I am especially interested in how public-private collaboration influences such outcomes as quality and innovation in public services and how public-private collaboration is organized and governed. My research specifically focuses on public-private innovation partnerships, public purchasing, and voucher models.

I use both quantitative and qualitative methods to collect and analyze data, especially surveys, administrative data, and interviews. I have extensive experience with systematic literature reviews as well.



I am the subject coordinator for Social Science Methods for Humanities and Practical Statistics. I also teach quantitative methods at bachelor's and master's level and the elective courses 'Evidence and Performance Measurement' and 'Marketization of the public sector, which are offered on a regular basis at the Master's in Public Administration and Politics.

Education/Academic qualification

Political Science, cand.scient.pol, University of Copenhagen


Award Date: 2 Apr 2013

Visiting scholar, University of Minnesota

Aug 2016Dec 2016

Exchange student, Columbia University

Jan 2011Jun 2011

External positions

PhD Student, KORA Det Nationale Institut for Kommuners og Regioners Analyse og Forskning

Mar 2014Jan 2015

Research assistant, KORA

Apr 2013Mar 2014

Student assistant, Styrelsen for Universiteter og Internationalisering


Student assistant, University of Copenhagen


Publication network

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