I have a broad interest in organization, public administration and migration research. In particular, I am interested in examining public service givers’ but also service receivers’ attitudes and perceptions towards various issues.
Currently I am especially interested in the impact of corona on health care systems, health care professionals, and patients.
I am also currently collaborating with the Swedish Migration Agency on examining service receiver’s institutional trust and experience with the Migration Agency through a large-scale survey.
Methodologically, I am specialized in quantitative data research with a specific focus on survey design and analysis which I combine with qualitative data analysis, such as text analysis.
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Advanced Methods and Problem Solving in International Business and Politics (MSc in International Business and Politics)
Schütze, C., & Johansson, H. (2019). The importance of discretion for welfare services to minorities: Examining workload and anti‐immigration attitudes. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 1467-8500.12410. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8500.12410
Schütze, C. (2019). Attitudes matter : Perceptions towards welfare work with migrants in Swedish welfare organisations. PHD Dissertation, Lund University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology.
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Carolin Schütze / Attitudes Matter : Welfare Work and Migration in Sweden. I: Migration Studies, 28.1.2020