Mette Bisgaard

Mette Bisgaard


Cand.scient.pol. PhD

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Research areas


Family and social relationships, interactions between citizen and state, gender differences, interviews, observations, surveys and mixed methods.



Bisgaard, Mette (2023). Dealing with bureaucracy: measuring citizens’ bureaucratic self-efficacy, International Review of Public Administration, 28:1, 4563, DOI: 10.1080/12294659.2023.2180903


Binderkrantz, Anne & Mette Bisgaard (2023) A gender affinity effect: the role of gender in teaching evaluations at a Danish university. Higher Education. DOI:


Anne Skorkjær Binderkrantz, Mette Bisgaard & Berit Lassesen (2022). Contradicting findings of gender bias in teaching evaluations: evidence from two experiments in Denmark, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 47:8, 1345-1357, DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2022.2048355


Bisgaard, Mette & Mogens Jin Pedersen (2022). Women Cry, Men get Angry. How Street-Level Bureaucrats Respond When Clients Exhibit Counter-Stereotypical Behavior. International Public Management Journal, Vol. 25, Issue 2,


Bisgaard, Mette, Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen & Mogens Jin Pedersen (2021). Køn og uligheder i samværssager. Aarhus Universitets Forlag


Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen, Helle Ørsted Nielsen, Mette Bisgaard (2021). Citizen Reactions to Bureaucratic Encounters: Different Ways of Coping with Public Authorities, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Volume 31, Issue 2, April 2021, Pages 381–398,


Bisgaard, Mette (2020). Who Works the System? Investigating Gender Differences in Client Behavior in Child Visitation Disputes. PhD Dissertation, Politica.


Bisgaard, Mette (2018). ”Det er ligesom en eksamen”. Et eksplorativt studie af borgerstrategier inden mødet med det offentlige. Politica, 50/3, pp. 364-38