Martin Bækgaard
Martin Bækgaard
Professor, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University
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Interpreting performance information: Motivated reasoning or unbiased comprehension
M Baekgaard, S Serritzlew
Public Administration Review 76 (1), 73-82, 2016
1352016
Performance information, blame avoidance, and politicians’ attitudes to spending and reform: Evidence from an experiment
PA Nielsen, M Baekgaard
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (2), 545-569, 2015
1282015
The role of evidence in politics: Motivated reasoning and persuasion among politicians
M Baekgaard, J Christensen, CM Dahlmann, A Mathiasen, NBG Petersen
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 1117-1140, 2019
992019
Rational planning and politicians’ preferences for spending and reform: Replication and extension of a survey experiment
B George, S Desmidt, PA Nielsen, M Baekgaard
Public Management Review 19 (9), 1251-1271, 2017
562017
Making sense of performance regimes: Rebalancing external accountability and internal learning
ML Jakobsen, M Baekgaard, DP Moynihan, N van Loon
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 1 (2), 127-141, 2018
442018
Conducting experiments in public management research: A practical guide
M Baekgaard, C Baethge, J Blom-Hansen, CA Dunlop, M Esteve, ...
International public management journal 18 (2), 323-342, 2015
442015
Institutional isomorphism, negativity bias and performance information use by politicians: A survey experiment
B George, M Baekgaard, A Decramer, M Audenaert, S Goeminne
Public Administration 98 (1), 14-28, 2020
412020
The gendered division of labor in assignments to political committees: Discrimination or self-selection in Danish local politics?
M Baekgaard, U Kjaer
Politics & Gender 8 (4), 465-482, 2012
402012
Tax limitations and revenue shifting strategies in local government
J Blom‐Hansen, M Bækgaard, S Serritzlew
Public Budgeting & Finance 34 (1), 64-84, 2014
332014
When politics matters: The impact of politicians' and bureaucrats' preferences on salient and nonsalient policy areas
M Baekgaard, J Blom‐Hansen, S Serritzlew
Governance 28 (4), 459-474, 2015
312015
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
292020
Performance information and citizen service attitudes: Do cost information and service use affect the relationship?
M Baekgaard
International Public Management Journal 18 (2), 228-245, 2015
262015
Local news media and voter turnout
M Baekgaard, C Jensen, PB Mortensen, S Serritzlew
Local Government Studies 40 (4), 518-532, 2014
252014
The impact of formal organizational structure on politico‐administrative interaction: Evidence from a natural experiment
M Bækgaard
Public Administration 89 (3), 1063-1080, 2011
242011
The bureaucracy and the policy agenda
M Baekgaard, PB Mortensen, H Bech Seeberg
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (2), 239-253, 2018
222018
Causes of fiscal illusion: lack of information or lack of attention?
M Baekgaard, S Serritzlew, J Blom‐Hansen
Public budgeting & finance 36 (2), 26-44, 2016
202016
Equal access to the top? Representative bureaucracy and politicians’ recruitment preferences for top administrative staff
M Baekgaard, B George
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (4), 535-550, 2018
182018
Prospect theory and public service outcomes: Examining risk preferences in relation to public sector reforms
M Baekgaard
Public Administration 95 (4), 927-942, 2017
182017
Rallying around the flag in times of COVID-19: Societal lockdown and trust in democratic institutions
M Baekgaard, J Christensen, JK Madsen, KS Mikkelsen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (2), 2020
172020
Committee bias in legislatures with a high degree of party cohesion: Evidence from Danish municipalities
M Bækgaard
European Journal of Political Research 50 (3), 315-335, 2011
162011
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