Sheltering Populists? House Prices and the Support for Populist Parties (With Ben Ansell, Martin Vinæs Larsen, and Frederik Hjorth). 2022. The Journal of Politics 84.3: 1420-1436.

The Morning After: Cabinet Instability and the Purging of Ministers after Failed Coup Attempts in Autocracies (With Lasse Aaskoven, Laure Bokobza, Suthan Krishnarajan, and Casper Sakstrup). 2022. The Journal of Politics 84.3: 1437-1452.

Performance and Promotions in an Autocracy: Evidence from Nazi Germany (With Lasse Aaskoven). 2021. Comparative Politics 54(1): 51-85.

Confident and cautious candidates: Explaining under-representation of women in Danish municipal politics (With Malte Dahl). 2021. European Journal of Political Research, 60, pp. 199-224.

Who governs? A new global dataset on members of cabinets (With Stuart Bramwell). 2020. The American Political Science Review, 114(4), pp. 1366-1374. Working paper version here.

Do Survey Estimates of the Public’s Compliance with COVID-19 Regulations Suffer from Social Desirability Bias? (With Martin Vinæs Larsen and Michael Bang Petersen). 2020. Journal of Behavioural Public Administration, 3(2).

Working papers:

Figurines and Doyennes: The selection of female ministers in autocracies and democracies (With Hikaru Yamagishi and Stuart Bramwell). PDF here. Invited to revise and resubmit to the American Political Science Review.

Reining in the Rascals: How Representation Mainstreams Extreme Parties (With Martin Vinæs Larsen and Frederik Hjorth). PDF here. Invited to revise and resubmit to the Journal of Politics.

The Rise of Multiparty Autocracy (With Laure Bokobza). PDF here.

The myth of the benevolent autocrat? Internal constraints, external constraints and economic development in autocracies. PDF here.

From your house to their House? Representation, Political Rhetoric and Housing Markets (With Ben Ansell and Laure Bokobza).

City Limits: Opposition to Housing is Concentrated in Expensive Cities (With Martin Vinæs Larsen).

Burn After Crisis? How the economy impacts finance minister removal across autocracies and democracies (With Jonas W. Schmid).

Why Is It So Hard to Counteract Wealth Inequality? Evidence from England and Wales (With Mads Andreas Elkjær, Ben Ansell, Laure Bokobza, Asli Cansunar and Matthias Haslberger).

Paths to power: A new dataset on the social profile of governments (With Carl Henrik Knutsen and Peter Egge Langsæther).


My PhD-thesis can be found on this link.

Esfehan, Iran