Do Survey Estimates of the Public’s Compliance with COVID-19 Regulations Suffer from Social Desirability Bias? (With Martin Vinæs Larsen, Aarhus University, and Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University.) PDF here. Forthcoming in the Journal of Behavioural Public Administration.
Who governs? A new global dataset on members of cabinets (With Stuart Bramwell, University of Oxford). 2020. Early view in the American Political Science Review. Working paper version here.
Confident and cautious candidates: Explaining under-representation of women in Danish municipal politics (With Malte Dahl, University of Copenhagen). 2020. Early view in European Journal of Political Research.
Performance and Promotions in an Autocracy: Evidence from Nazi Germany (With Lasse Aaskoven, University of Essex), presented at APSA 2018. PDF here. Invited to revise and resubmit in Comparative Politics.
Sheltering Populists? House Prices and the Support for Populist Parties (With Ben Ansell, University of Oxford, Martin Vinæs Larsen, Aarhus University and Frederik Hjorth, University of Copenhagen). PDF here.
The myth of the benevolent autocrat? Internal constraints, external constraints and economic development in autocracies, presented at APSA 2018, DPSA 2018 and PEDD 2020. PDF here.
The Morning After: Cabinet Instability and the Purging of Ministers after Failed Coup Attempts in Autocracies (With Lasse Aaskoven, University of Essex, Laure Bokobza, University of Oxford, Suthan Krishnarajan, Aarhus University, and Casper Sakstrup, Aarhus University).
Learning to love the rascals: The gradual inclusion of extreme parties in local government (With Martin Vinæs Larsen, Aarhus University, and Frederik Hjorth, University of Copenhagen).
Figurines and Doyennes: The selection of female ministers in autocracies and democracies (With Hikaru Yamagishi, Yale University, and Stuart Bramwell, University of Oxford).
Who oversees our wealth (policies)?, Blog for WEALTHPOL.
Yes, Prime Minister., Blog with Martin Vinæs Larsen at Medium.
What about the politicians? Changes in housing prices and changes in policies, Blog for WEALTHPOL.
Sheltering Populists? House Prices and the Support for Populist Parties, Blog for WEALTHPOL.
How rich are you? On the measurement of wealth, Blog for WEALTHPOL.
Mens vi venter på resultatet: Valgnatten er mindre blodig end sit rygte, Analysis for Politiken.
Fall 2017 and 2018: Political Analysis 2 (Q-Step 2)
Spring 2018: R-Clinic and Introduction to R at the Oxford Spring School in Advanced Research Methods
Spring 2018: Practice of Politics (at Harris Manchester College)