Main research or teaching areas
- Political behavior
- Artificial intelligence
Current research and teaching
My research concerns contemporary events such as elections and decision-making, which I investigate using quantitative methods, mainly experiments and statistical data analysis. In recent years I have also studied decision-making in bureaucracy.
I am the PI of a large research project funded by the Wallenberg Foundation (wasp-hs) in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology (running until 2025), where we investigate how different methods of AI technology can be useful for and developed to examine political science questions. I am also finishing a collaborative project with the Department of Psychology, Lund University, where we develop keyword-based and natural language processing techniques to investigate voting behavior.
My teaching focuses on supervision and examination, methods training, and political behavior.
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I am an associate professor of political science with experience from project leading and teaching at all levels.
- Bias and methods of AI technology studying political behavior (funded by Marianne och Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse 2020-2025)
- Political Psychology
- Comparative Politics
- Voting behavior