Kai Wegrich teaches Public Administration and Public Policy at the Hertie School of Governance. He is a political scientist with degrees from the Free University Berlin and Potsdam University. Prior to the Hertie School, Wegrich held positions at Humboldt University Berlin, Potsdam University, the RAND Corporation and the London School of Economics. Kai Wegrich is European Editor of Public Administration and co-editor of the book series on ‘Executive Politics & Governance’ (with Palgrave).
Should I watch TV or read literature on public management, politics and governance? Do both, says Professor Kai Wegrich. Explore his ultimate watching list for all you politics buffs with everything from House of Cards to Borgen - DR and Orange is the New Black on The Governance Post. [more]
Lodge, M., & Wegrich, K. (2016) 'The rationality paradox of Nudge: rational tools of government in a world of bounded rationality', Law & Policy