Dr. Christine Prokop is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Administration (PA) within the Faculty of Behavioral, Management & Social Sciences (BMS). Before joining BMS, she was researcher at the Institute for Social Sciences (University of Oldenburg, Germany). Christine received her PhD from the University of Oldenburg. Her work employs a behavioral public administration perspective with an emphasis on attitudes and behavior of public servants. She is particularly interested in how the technological development shapes the provision of public services for public employees and citizens. She specialized in using methods of causal inference.
Business & Economics
# Bureaucrats # Choice Experiment # Lottery # Public Administration # Public Service Motivation # Risk Preferences
# Public Administration # Public Service
Prokop, C., & Tepe, M. (2021). Talk or type? The effect of digital interfaces on citizens' satisfaction with standardized public services. Public administration. https://doi.org/10.1111/padm.12739
Prokop, C., & Tepe, M. (2020). Do Future Bureaucrats Punish More? The Effect of PSM and Studying Public Administration on Contributions and Punishment in a Public Goods Game. International public management journal, 23(1), 84-112. https://doi.org/10.1080/10967494.2018.1557768
Tepe, M. , & Prokop, C. (2018). Are future bureaucrats more risk averse? The effect of studying public administration and PSM on risk preferences. Journal of public administration research and theory, 28(2), 182-196. https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muy007