The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 4 – Professor Anne Rasmussen
Apr 27, 2021

The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 4 – Professor Anne Rasmussen

This time we jump into the world of academia and talk to Anne Rasmussen, professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen.

We discuss the revolving doors phenomenon in Public Affairs: politicians and civil servants moving into the private sector and we get Annes view on if this is a widespread problem. We talk about if interest groups / NGOs get any advantages by hiring former commissioners or top civil servants. And we get an interesting answer to whether they are recruited more from right-wing parties or left-wing.  We also discuss if a cooling period should be implemented as well as the positive experiences with the transparency register.

We talk about Corona-washing, a new phenomenon in Public Affairs in 2020, as well as if companies can actually drive the trend with more transparency?

And finally Anne provides some interesting insights from her research in the filed of digital advocacy.

The host of the Persuaders podcast is Anders Kopp Jensen, founder and CEO of Ulobby. 

Link to episodes on Apple Podcast


The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 4 – Professor Anne Rasmussen

Annette comes from a digital PR and communications agency and has previously worked as a customer success manager. At Ulobby, she provides support across all departments in the organization. She is the coordinating link for our external partners and helps the company's initiatives internally as well as externally. She is an amateur photographer, SoMe enthusiast and lover of wine, food, and all things cultural. She spends her days outside work with friends and family.

Annette Kildegaard

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