Organizations I’ve worked with in the past year

For Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, I was commissioned to write a short briefing paper outlining recent digitalization reforms in Denmark and their impact.

For Common Wealth, I was commissioned to produce a discussion paper on the political economy of public sector data in the UK. This is publicly available here.

At the University of Copenhagen‘s Department of Public Health, I have been a member of the Data Research Group (primarily for PhD, postdoc and professorial researchers), providing feedback on working papers. I have also worked on an ad hoc basis as a Research Assistant and manuscript editor.

At Copenhagen Business School, I was employed part-time between September-December 2019 to evaluate a publicly-funded digital technology start-up programme.

For Keep Our NHS Public, I worked with tech cooperative Outlandish to build the datasets in R used in the NHSCuts app ahead of the 2019 General Election. This was a pro-bono/voluntarily role for everyone involved.

For doteveryone, I provided input to the report ‘Responsible Procurement – rethinking how the public sector buys tech’.

I was commissioned to write an opinion piece and a report for The Guardian and The Independent on Denmark’s response to COVID-19.

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