Do Extrinsic Rewards stimulate Co-production? Evidence from two Experiments (together with William Voorberg, Lars Tummers & Victor Bekkers), R&R.
Partisan Bias and the Political Psychology of Citizen Satisfaction, R&R.
Cues of Deservingness and Street-level Decision-making: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment among US Teachers (together with Lars Tummers), R&R.
Discrimination within Public Service Markets: Does Ownership matter? (together with Wouter Van Dooren & Sabine Rys), under review.
Responses to Failure And the Publicness of Services: Experiments on Citizens’ Versus Consumers’ Willingness to Contribute to Local Public Goods (together with Oliver James).
Ownership Status and the Perceived Quality of Public Service Organizations: Evidence From a Survey Experiment (together with Thomas Herda & Dongyoen Kang).
Are More Options Always a Good Thing for Citizens? An Experimental Study of School Choice, Performance and Satisfaction (together with Ivan Lee & Oliver James).
Administrative Responsiveness and Racial Discrimination: An Experimental Audit of Public School Choice (together with Sinah Kang).
Does inserting private competitors increase public service performance? Evidence from New Jersey’s public school system (together with Jongmin Shon).
Government Funding and Private Donations: Crowding-in Versus Crowding-out in the Context of a Big Data Experiment (together with Jiahuan Lu & Shugo Shinohara).