Christoffer Florczak is a Ph.D. student at University of Southern Denmark’s Department for Political Science and Public Management. His research interests fall broadly within the behavioral public administration literature and he focuses on areas such as public service motivation, personality traits, and decision-making for politicians and bureaucrats. His work has been presented at Midwestern Political Science Association’s yearly conference.
Christoffer’s teaching activities include the bachelor course ‘Introduction to Political Science’ and the master level courses ‘Advanced Public Administration and Organizational Theory’, and ‘Coping with Austerity Measures in the Public Sector’. He has additionally supported the primary teaching staff in other courses by giving talks on specific issues such as ‘General Political Science: Political Psychology and Bio-Politics’, ‘Social Data Science: Big Data Generation - Facebook Data-mining and Analysis’ and ‘Basic Methods for the Social Sciences – Focus Group Interviews’. Lastly, he has supervised bachelor and master theses in broader methodological or theoretical areas such as psychometrics, big data quantitative textual analysis, and the relationship between pro-sociality and psychosocial work environment.
Christoffer holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in political science, both from University of Southern Denmark.