An overview of my publications can also be found on Google Scholar.


James, O., Jilke, S. & G. Van Ryzin. (eds.) (2017): Experiments In Public Management Research: Challenges and Contributions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [book]


Keppeler, F., Sievert, M. S. Jilke. (forthcoming): Increasing COVID-19 Vaccination Intentions: A Field Experiment on Psychological Ownership. Behavioural Public Policy, in press.

Van Dooren, W. & S. Jilke. (forthcoming): No evidence for ethnic discrimination in the nonprofit sector: An audit study of access to nursing homes. International Public Management Journal, in press. [pre-print] [article]

Shon, J. & S. Jilke. (forthcoming): The diverse effects of private competitors on public service performance: evidence from New Jersey’s school system. International Public Management Journal, in press. [pre-print] [article]

Lee, I., Jilke, S. & O. James. (2021): Do More Options Always Benefit the Users of Public Services? An Experimental Study of School Choice, Performance and Satisfaction. Public Administration Review, 81(1): 110-210. [pre-print] [article]

Favero, N., Jilke, S., Wolfson, J. & M. Young. (2021): Messenger Effects in COVID-19 Communication: Does the Level of Government Matter? Health Policy OPEN, 2(December): 100027. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. & M. Baekgaard. (2020): The Political Psychology of Citizen Satisfaction: Does Functional Responsibility Matter? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 30(1): 130-143. [pre-print] [article]

James, O. & S. Jilke. (2020): Marketisation Reforms and Coproduction: Does Ownership of Service Delivery Structures and Customer Language Matter? Public Administration, 84(4): 941-957. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Lu, J., Xu, C. & S. Shinohara. (2019): Using Large Scale Social Media Experiments in Public Administration: Assessing Charitable Consequences of Government Funding of Nonprofits. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 29(4): 627-639. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Resh, W., Sidiki, S. & A. Olsen. (2019). Microbrook, Mesobrook, Macrobrook. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance, 2(4): 245-253. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. (2018): Citizen Satisfaction under Changing Political Leadership: The Role of Partisan Motivated Reasoning. Governance, 31(3): 515-533. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Van Dooren, W. & S. Rys. (2018): Discrimination and Administrative Burden in Public Service Markets: Does a Public-Private Difference Exist? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 28(3): 423-439. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. & L. Tummers. (2018): Which Clients are Deserving of Help? A Theoretical Model and Experimental Test. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 28(2): 226-238. [pre-print] [article]

Voorberg, W., Jilke, S., Tummers, L. & V. Bekkers. (2018): Financial Rewards Do Not Stimulate Co-Production: Evidence from Two Experiments. Public Administration Review, 78(6): 864-873. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Petrovsky, N., Meuleman, B. & O. James (2017): Measurement Equivalence in Replications of Experimental Findings: Guidance on How and When to Determine Equivalence. Public Management Review, 19(9): 1293-1310. [pre-print] [article] [replication data & code]

James, O., Jilke, S. & G. Van Ryzin (2017): Behavioural and Experimental Public Administration: Emerging Contributions and New Directions. Public Administration, 95(4): 865-873. [pre-print] [article]

Grimmelikhuijsen, S., Jilke, S., Olsen A. & L. Tummers (2017): Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology. Public Administration Review, 77(1): 45-56. [pre-print] [article]

Fernandez-Guiterrez, M., James, O. & S. Jilke (2017): Competition and Switching in Public Service Markets: Can They Reduce Inequalities? Regulation & Governance, 11(1): 41-63. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Van Ryzin, G. & S. Van de Walle (2016): Responses to Decline in Marketized Public Services: An Experimental Evaluation of Choice-Overload, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 26(3): 421-432. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Van de Walle, S. & S. Kim (2016): Generating Usable Knowledge through an Experimental Approach to Public Administration. Public Administration Review, 76(1): 69-72. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. (2016): Job satisfaction and regime change: Evidence from a natural experiment, International Public Management Journal, 19(3): 370-396. [pre-print] [article]

Tummers, L., Olsen, A., Jilke, S. & S. Grimmelikhuijsen (2016): Introduction to the Virtual Issue on Behavioral Public Administration, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. [pre-print] [article]

James, O., Jilke, S., Petersen, S. & S. Van de Walle (2016): Citizens’ Blame of Politicians for Public Service Failure: Experimental Evidence about Blame Reduction through Delegation and Contracting, Public Administration Review, 76(1): 83-93. [pre-print] [article]

Andrews, R. & S. Jilke (2016): Welfare States and Social Cohesion in Europe: Does Social Service Quality Matter? Journal of Social Policy, 45(1): 119-140. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. (2015): Choice and equality: Are vulnerable citizens worse-off after liberalization reforms?, Public Administration 93(1): 68-85. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S., Meuleman, B. & S. Van de Walle (2015): We need to compare, but how? Measurement equivalence in comparative public administration, Public Administration Review 75(1): 36-48. [pre-print] [article]

Van de Walle, S., Steijn, B. & S. Jilke (2015): Extrinsic motivation, PSM and labour market characteristics: A multilevel model of public sector employment preference in 26 countries, International Review of Administrative Sciences 81(4): 833-855. [pre-print] [article]

Andrews, R., Jilke, S. & S. Van de Walle (2014): Economic strain and social cohesion in Europe: Does institutional trust matter?, European Journal of Political Research 53(3): 559-579. [pre-print] [article]

Van de Walle, S. & S. Jilke (2014): Savings in public services after the financial crisis: A multilevel analysis of drivers of public preferences in the EU27, International Review of Administrative Sciences 80(3): 597-618. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. (2013): What shapes citizens’ perceptions of their public officials’ accountability? Evidence from local Ethiopia, Public Administration and Development 33(5): 389-403. [pre-print] [article]

Jilke, S. & S. Van de Walle (2013): Two track public services? Citizen’s voice behavior towards liberalized services in the EU15, Public Management Review 15(4): 465-476. [pre-print] [article]