Publications and working papers

Journal articles and book chapters

Aarøe, Lene, Martin Baekgaard, Julian Christensen, and Donald P. Moynihan (2021). “Personality and Public Administration: Evidence from Policymakers’ Tolerance of Administrative Burdens in Welfare Services”, Public Administration Review 81(4): 652-663.  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13381 and freely available at: https://mfr.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/abu4v/?direct%26mode=render%26action=download%26mode=render   

Bækgaard, Martin, Julian Christensen and Lene Aarøe (2020). ”Velfærdsstatens regler gør især ondt på de borgere, der har mest brug for hjælp”, pp. 42-46 in Caroline Howard Grøn, Anders Høeg Lammers, Frederik Appel Olsen og Anne Sophie Thingsted (red).  Politologisk årbog 2019-2020, København: Djøf Forlag.    

Bækgaard, Martin, Julian Christensen, Jonas Krogh Madsen, and Kim Sass Mikkelsen. (2020). "Rallying around the flag in times of COVID-19: Societal lockdown and trust in democratic institutions", Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3(2): 1-12. Freely available at https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.172.

Baekgaard, Martin, Pamela Herd, and Donald P. Moynihan (forthcoming). "Of “Welfare Queens” and “Poor Carinas” Social Constructions, Deservingness Messaging, and the Mental Health of Welfare Clients", British Journal of Political Science.

Baekgaard, Martin, Kim Sass Mikkelsen, Jonas Krogh Madsen, and Julian Christensen (2021). “Reducing Compliance Demands in Government Benefit Programs Improves the Psychological Well-Being of Target Group Members”. Journal of Public Administration research and Theory. 31(4): 806-821. Freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muab011    

Baekgaard, Martin, Donald P. Moynihan and Mette Kjærgaard Thomsen (2021). “Why Do Policymakers Support Administrative Burdens? The Roles of Deservingness, Political Ideology and Personal Experience”, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 31(1): 184-200. Freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muaa033.

Baekgaard, Martin and Tara Tankink (2021). "Administrative Burden: Untangling a Bowl of Conceptual Spaghetti", Perspectives on Public Management and Governance. Freely available at https://doi.org/10.1093/ppmgov/gvab027.

Bækgaard, Martin and Mette Kjærgaard Thomsen (2021). ”Den personlige bagage: Betydningen af kommunalpolitikernes erfaringer”, pp. 153-168 in Lotte Bøgh Andersen og Ulrik Kjær (eds). Kommunalpolitisk lederskab – Tæt på borgerne i de lokale fællesskaber, København: Hans Reitzels Forlag.    

Christensen, Julian, Donald P. Moynihan, Pamela Herd, Lene Aarøe, and Martin Baekgaard (2020). Human Capital and Administrative Burden: The Role of Cognitive Resources in Citizen-State Interactions. Public Administration Review 80(1): 127-136. Freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13134.

Guul, Thorbjørn S., Mogens J. Pedersen, and Niels B. G. Petersen. (2021). Creaming among Caseworkers: Effects of Client Competence and Client Motivation on Caseworkers' Willingness to Help. Public Administration Review. 81(1): 12-22. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13297.

Halling, Aske, Pamela Herd, and Donald P. Moynihan (2022). "How Difficult Should It Be? Evidence of Burden Tolerance from a Nationally Representative Sample", Public Management Review. Accepted for publication.

Kjærgaard, Mette, Martin Baekgaard, and Ulrich Thy Jensen (2020). “The Psychological Costs of Citizen Coproduction”, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30 (4): 656-673. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muaa001.

Madsen, Jonas Krogh, Kim Sass Mikkelsen, and Donald P. Moynihan (forthcoming). "Burdens, Sludge, Ordeals, Red Tape, Oh My! A User's Guide to the Study of Frictions." Public Administration. Freely available at: https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/qfykb and https://doi.org/10.1111/padm.12717.

Moynihan, Donald P., Julie Gerzina, and Pamela Herd (forthcoming). "Kafka's Bureaucracy: Immigration Administrative Burdens in the Trump Era", Perspectives of Public Management and Governance, Freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/ppmgov/gvab025.

Moynihan, Donald P., Eric Giannella, Pamella Herd, and Julie Sutherland (forthcoming). "Matching to Categories: Learning and Compliance Costs in Administrative Processes", Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muac002.

Ray, Victor, Pamela Herd, Donald P. Moynihan (forthcoming). "Racialized Burdens: Applying Racialized Organization Theory to the Administrative State", Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Freely available at: https://osf.io/b4c68/.

Papers

Halling, Aske and Niels Bjørn Grund Petersen. 2021. "How Citizens Feedback of Administrative Burdens Affect Frontline Employees' Willingness to Reduce Compliance Costs and Help Clients. Evidence from an Experiment. Paper prepared for the 2021 DPSA Confrence held at Vejledfjord, Denmark.

Madsen, Jonas krogh, Martin Baekgaard, and Jon Kvist. 2021. "Scarcity and the experiences of benefit recipients: Evidence from a field experiment". Paper prepared for the 2021 DPSA Confrence held at Vejledfjord, Denmark. 

Halling, Aske (2021). "Taxing Language: Does Interpreting Fees Affect Healthcare Take-up?”. Paper prepared for the 2021 NIG Conference in The Netherlands.

Madsen, Jonas krogh, Martin Baekgaard, and Jon Kvist. 2021. "Scarcity and the experiences of benefit recipients: Evidence from a field experiment". Paper prepared for the 2021 EGPA Conference in Brussels, Belgium.

Baekgaard, Martin & Tara Tankink. 2021. "Administrative Burden: Untangling a Conceptual Bowl of Spaghetti". Paper prepared for the 2020 NoPSA Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. (post-poned to 2021 and held online).

Baekgaard, Martin, Pamela Herd & Donald P. Moynihan. 2019. "Poor Carina" and Lazy Robert": Social Constructions and the Mental Health of Welfare Clients.  Paper prepared for the 2019 PMRC Conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.  

Baekgaard, Martin, Mette Kjaergaard Thomsen & Donald P. Moynihan. 2019. Why Do Politicians Support Administrative Burdens? Conceptualizing and Explaining Burden Tolerance.  Paper prepared for the 2019 EGPA Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Christensen, Julian. 2019. Theoretical argument and design proposal: Cognitive Resources and Citizens' Reactions to Administrative Burdens. Paper prepared for the 2019 EGPA Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Halling, Aske. 2019. Taxing language: Examining How Policy Designs Affect Healthcare Take-Up of Immigrants. Paper prepared for the 2019 EGPA Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.