I am Florian Keppeler, a researcher focusing on public administration, management, and policy.  My goal is to help bridge the gap between research and policy by co-designing rigorous research that improves public services. I do this through research, policy outreach, and training. I have gained valuable experience in public administration that has proven useful in my ability to contribute meaningfully through service, community engagement, and collaboration between research and practice.

My research focuses on the following topics:

  • Recruiting, selecting, and retaining the public workforce
  • Human machine interaction and AI in the public sector
  • Field experimental research on public administration and public policy

New working paper:
Spillover Effects of Financial Incentives for COVID-19 Vaccination: A Population-level Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial

“Policy Makers Believe Money Motivates More Than It Does” in the journal Nature Scientific Reports

Publication “Facing the Human Capital Crisis: Systematic Review and Research Agenda on Recruitment and Selection in the Public Sector” in the journal Public Administration Review

Publication “No Thanks, Dear AI! Understanding the Effects of Disclosure and Deployment of AI in Public Sector Recruitment” in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory