Fredrik Malmberg

Universitetslektor|Senior Lecturer


Articles in journals

Malmberg, F. & Karv, T. (2024). All good in the neighbourhood? : Exploring the role of local conditions for political trust and corruption perceptions within a minority context. Territory, Politics, Governance, vol. 12: 5, pp. 610-627.  

Malmberg, F. G. & Saikkonen, I. A. (2024). Cautious or marginalized? : Perceptions of the riskiness of engaging in corruption and gender differences in corruptness. Politics and Policy, vol. 52: 1, pp. 89-117.    

Malmberg, F. & Karv, T. (2023). Jacks of all trades, masters of none? Multiple-mandate holding and trust in local government. Local Government Studies,    

Karv, T. & Malmberg, F. (2023). Less is more or the more the merrier? Analysing attitudes towards multiple‐mandate holding among local officeholders. Scandinavian Political Studies, vol. 46: 1-2, pp. 75-98.  

Christensen, H. S. , Huttunen, J. , Malmberg, F. & Silagadze, N. (2023). Unequal inequalities? How participatory inequalities affect democratic legitimacy. European Political Science Review, vol. 15: 1, pp. 19-38.    

Malmberg, F. G. (2022). En korrupt personlighet? : En studie av Big Five-personlighetsdragens samband med korruptionstolerans. Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrift, vol. 124: 4, pp. 867-897.  

Malmberg, F. G. (2022). Extending a Hand : Corruption and Solidarity with the Less Privileged Domestically and Beyond. Studies in comparative international development, vol. 57: 2, pp. 222-248.  

Malmberg, F. G. & Christensen, H. S. (2021). Voting Women, Protesting Men : A Multilevel Analysis of Corruption, Gender, and Political Participation. Politics and Policy, vol. 49: 1, pp. 126-161.    

Doctoral theses

Malmberg, F. G. (2019). The rotting fish? Institutional trust, dysfunctional contexts, and corruption tolerance : A multilevel study of the justification of low-level corruption in a global perspective. Dis. Åbo Akademis förlag - Åbo Akademi University Press, 2019  

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