Evaluation, Experiments and Behavior

At the Department we experiment with combining approaches and bridging gaps on an interdisciplinary level and interact with students and each other in a relaxed atmosphere that invites deliberation. Even though the field Evaluation, Experiments and Behavior often entails quantitative analyses we also draw upon knowledge from other parts of political science or sociology, psychology and economics in order to look at how political and social voter attitudes are shaped and how we can evaluate on the public sector and its employees. We believe that engaging our students more throughout the process of becoming a political scientist makes our students among the best in the world because they are hard-working, involved and inspiring.