Do future bureaucrats punish more? The Effect of PSM and studying Public Administration on Contributions and Punishment in a Public Goods Game, International Public Management Journal (forthcoming), with Markus Tepe

Risk attitudes, gender, and risk behavior: Evidence from two laboratory experiments, in Debus M., J. Sauermann, M. Tepe: Jahrbuch für Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie, Springer VS, Wiesbaden, (forthcoming)

Are future bureaucrats more risk averse? The effect of studying public administration and PSM on risk preferences, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 28 (2) 2018: 182-196, with Markus Tepe

Laboratory experiments: Their potential for public management research, in O. James, S. Jilke and G. Van Ryzin: Experiments in Public Management Research: Challenges and Contributions, Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2017: 139-164, with Markus Tepe

Other Publications

Mothers at work: The relationship between Labor Market Participation and External Child Care in Germany. Centre for Europeanisation and Transnational Regulation Oldenburg (CETRO), selected theses, ST 2015/2: 1-19 (without peer-review)

Sicher ist sicher? Ein laborexperimenteller Vergleich der Risikopräferenzen von Studierenden der öffentlichen Verwaltung mit Studierenden der Wirtschafts- und der Rechtswissenschaften (Safe is safe? A behavioral experiment on risk attitudes and risk behavior among students of public administration, business sciences and law), Verwaltung und Management, (6) 2013: 302-312, with Markus Tepe (without peer-review)


Discrimination in Public Hiring? Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment among Citizens and Future Bureaucrats, (conference paper), with Michael Jankowski and Markus Tepe

Who wants to jeopardize the merit principle? Evidence from a Survey Experiment among Citizens and Future Bureaucrats (conference paper), with Michael Jankowski and Markus Tepe