POSTDOCTORDepartment of Political
About Mattias Agerberg
PhD candidate at the Political Science department since the fall of 2015.
My dissertation project focuses on the relationship between democracy and good governance. The aim is to form a better understanding of how corruption affects democratic behavior and under what conditions democratic institutions can help curb corruption.
Other research interests include: Gender and corruption, institutions, quantitative methodology and political psychology.
Agerberg, Mattias, Helena Stensöta and Lena Wängnerud. 2015. “Why Women in Encompassing Welfare States Punish Corrupt Political Parties”, in Dahlström, Carl and Wängnerud, Lena (eds.) Elites, Institutions and the Quality of Government, Palgrave Macmillan
PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER AND CORRUPTION: Gender differences in regard to corruption in Europe from an individual and institutional perspective, QoG Working paper series, 2014:14.
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Personal Proximity and Reactions to
Corrupted Estimates? Response Bias in Citizen Surveys on
Political Behavior - 2020-01-01
Gendered Conflict, Gendered Outcomes: The Politicization of Sexual Violence and Quota
Anne-Kathrin Kreft, Mattias Agerberg
Journal of Conflict Resolution - 2020-01-01
The Lesser Evil? Corruption Voting and the Importance of Clean
Comparative Political Studies - 2020-01-01
Representation as a Continuous Game -- Exploring the role of post-decision procedural arrangements for public acceptance of hard
Quality of Government and Political Behavior: Resignation and
Representation as a Continuous Game: Exploring the role of post-decision procedural arrangements
for public acceptance of hard
The Curse of Knowledge? Education, Corruption, and
Political Behavior - 2019-01-01
Gender aspects of government
Failed expectations: Quality of government and support for populist parties in
European Journal of Political Research - 2017-01-01