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Julian Christensen
Julian Christensen
Researcher at VIVE – The Danish Center for Social Science Research
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The Role of Evidence in Politics: Motivated Reasoning and Persuasion among Politicians
M Bækgaard, J Christensen, CM Dahlmann, A Mathiasen, NB Petersen
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 1117-1140, 2019
1452019
Rallying around the flag in times of COVID-19: Societal lockdown and trust in democratic institutions
M Bækgaard, J Christensen, JK Madsen, KS Mikkelsen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (2), 1-25, 2020
952020
Human Capital and Administrative Burden: The Role of Cognitive Resources in Citizen-State Interactions
J Christensen, L Aarøe, M Baekgaard, P Herd, DP Moynihan
Public Administration Review 80 (1), 127-136, 2020
882020
How do Elected Officials Evaluate Performance? Goal Preferences, Governance Preferences and the Process of Goal Reprioritization
J Christensen, CM Dahlmann, AH Mathiasen, DP Moynihan, ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2018
542018
Motivated reasoning and policy information: Politicians are more resistant to debiasing interventions than the general public
J Christensen, DP Moynihan
Behavioural Public Policy, 2020
24*2020
Biased, not blind: An experimental test of self‐serving biases in service users’ evaluations of performance information
J Christensen
Public Administration, 2018
122018
Reducing Compliance Demands in Government Benefit Programs Improves the Psychological Well-Being of Target Group Members
M Baekgaard, K Sass Mikkelsen, J Krogh Madsen, J Christensen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2021
52021
Personality and Public Administration: Policymaker Tolerance of Administrative Burdens in Welfare Services
L Aarøe, M Baekgaard, J Christensen, DP Moynihan
Public Administration Review, 2021
32021
Reporting Multiple Dimensions of Public Service Performance: Information Order Effects on Citizens’ Willingness to Use Services
J Christensen, O James
Public Management Review, 2020
3*2020
Let's Look at the Facts: An Investigation of Psychological Biases in Policymaker's Interpretation of Policy-relevant Information: PhD Dissertation
J Christensen
Politica, 2018
22018
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