Koen Migchelbrink is assistant professor Public Management at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology, Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB), EUR. He has a background in political history, comparative public administration, and statistics. In his research, Koen focusses on interactions between citizens, public officials, and government. He conducts research on public managers’ attitudes toward public participation, citizens’ trust and satisfaction with government, and the effects of communicative nudges on citizens' behaviour. Koen teaches the International Public Management course in the master programme International Public Management and Public Policy, and part of the Dutch language course Publiek Management en Organisatieverandering.
Research interests: Citizen-state interactions, Public Participation, Administrative Reforms
K. Migchelbrink & P. Raymaeker (2020). Nudging citizens’ compliance with traffic fines. Evidence from a cluster-randomized field experiment. NIG annual work conference 2020: E-conference (2020, november 11 - 2020, november 13).
K. Migchelbrink & S. Van de Walle (2020). Red tape as a cost or an incentive to participation. IRAS Study Group on Coproduction of Public Services annual conference: Leuven (2019, mei 27 - 2019, mei 28).
K. Migchelbrink & P. Raymaekers (2020). Nudging citizens’ compliance with municipal administrative sanctions. Evidence from a quasi-randomized field experiment. EGPA-IASIA 2020 PSG XXII Behavioral Public Administration: e-Conference (2020, september 2 - 2020, september 4).
K. Migchelbrink & S. Van de Walle (2018). A systematic review of public officials’ attitudes toward citizen participation. NIG Annual Work Conference: Den Haag (2018, november 1 - 2018, november 2).
K. Migchelbrink & S. Van de Walle (2018). When will public officials listen? A vignette experiment on the role of input legitimacy on public officials' willingness to use public participation. PMRC: Singapore (2018, mei 31 - 2018, juni 2).
K. Migchelbrink & S. Van de Walle (2017). The effect of citizen representativeness on public officials’ willingness to engage with citizens in administrative decision-making. NIG Annual Work Conference: Maastricht (2017, november 9 - 2017, november 9).