Kim Sass Mikkelsen
Kim Sass Mikkelsen
Associate Professor of Public Administration and Politics
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Civil service laws, merit, politicization, and corruption: The perspective of public officials from five East European countries
JH Meyer‐Sahling, KS Mikkelsen
Public administration 94 (4), 1105-1123, 2016
Fuzzy-set case studies
KS Mikkelsen
Sociological Methods & Research 46 (3), 422-455, 2017
Negative case selection: Justifications and consequences for set-theoretic MMR
KS Mikkelsen
Sociological Methods & Research 46 (4), 739-771, 2017
In murky waters: a disentangling of corruption and related concepts
KS Mikkelsen
Crime, law and social change 60 (4), 357-374, 2013
Civil service management and corruption: What we know and what we don't
JH Meyer‐Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
Public Administration 96 (2), 276-285, 2018
The causal effect of public service motivation on ethical behavior in the public sector: evidence from a large-scale survey Experiment
JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 29 (3), 445-459, 2019
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), 2020
(Un) principled principals,(un) principled agents: The differential effects of managerial civil service reforms on corruption in developing and OECD countries
C Schuster, JH Meyer‐Sahling, KS Mikkelsen
Governance 33 (4), 829-848, 2020
Improving the implementation of merit recruitment procedures in the Western Balkans: Analysis and recommendations
JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, D Ahmetovic, M Ivanova, H Qeriqi, ...
ReSPA, Danilovgrad, 2015
Oiling the bureaucracy? political spending, bureaucrats and the resource curse
AS Harris, R Sigman, JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
World Development 127, 104745, 2020
(Un) Principled Principals,(Un) Principled Agents: The Differential Effects of Managerial Civil Service Reforms on Corruption in Developing and OECD Countries
JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
Governance: An international journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, 2019
Old habits die hard, sometimes: History and civil service politicization in Europe
KS Mikkelsen
International Review of Administrative Sciences 84 (4), 803-819, 2018
A cross-cultural basis for public service? Public service motivation measurement invariance in an original survey of 23,000 public servants in ten countries and four world regions
KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster, JH Meyer-Sahling
International Public Management Journal, 1-23, 2020
Codes of ethics, disciplinary codes, and the effectiveness of anti-corruption frameworks: Evidence from a survey of civil servants in Poland
JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen
Review of Public Personnel Administration, 0734371X20949420, 2020
Nedlukningen af Danmark styrkede lediges tillid til de politiske institutioner
JK Madsen, KS Mikkelsen, M Bækgaard, J Christensen
Forandringsledelse under COVID-19: Coronakrisen er IT-værktøjers uforudsete generalprøve–så hvad har vi lært?
KS Mikkelsen
Nb-nyt, 2020
Civil Service Management in Bangladesh
JH Meyer-Sahling, C Schuster, KS Mikkelsen, T Rahman, KM Islam, ...
Civil Service Management in Bangladesh: Evidence from a Survey of More Than 1,000 Public Servants
KS Mikkelsen, JH Meyer-Sahling, C Schuster, T Rahman, KM Islam, ...
British Academy–UK Department for International Development Anti-Corruption …, 2019
Merit Recruitment in the Western Balkans: An evaluation of Change between 2015 and 2019
JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster, R Bartula-Musikic, ...
Regional School of Public Administration, 2019
What the UK civil service can learn from developing countries on pay and acting on evidence: Despite Whitehall’s global reputation for integrity, it can still learn from a …
JH Meyer-Sahling, C Schuster, KS Mikkelsen
UK Civil Service World, 2018
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