New assistant professor

Anne Mette Møller is a new employee at the Crown Prince Frederik Center for Public Leadership.

2019.02.12 | Mia Ulvgraven Nielsen

I hold a PhD in Political Science and an MSc degree in Sociology from University of Copenhagen. My PhD research focused on knowledge mobilization and decision-making practices in child protection agencies. My general research interests include public professionalism, street-level bureaucracy, knowledge mobilization, and leadership/management in relation to these themes. I also have a strong interest in qualitative and interpretive methods. My teaching experience includes MA-level courses in Organizational Analysis, Public Management and Leadership, Evidence-Based Policy and Practice, and Political and Organizational Ethnography.

In the coming years, I will mainly work on a research project funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF), entitled “Re-placing interaction? How ICT influences knowledge sharing and leadership practices in physically dispersed public organizations”, together with Caroline Grøn.

Prior to embarking on my PhD, I worked for more than 5 years as an analyst in a private consultancy, where I designed and conducted evaluations and analyses for public organizations, private foundations and NGOs.

I live with my husband and our two children (4 and 7 years old) in a yellow brick house in Copenhagen NV. I will be working from Copenhagen most days, as a guest researcher at VIVE, but I will visit the department from time to time and participate in seminars, teaching and other activities.

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