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My research interests include digitalization, the policing of transnational crime, gender and bureaucracy, gender and corruption, and policy implementation.
I am currently researching the effect of digitalization on international police co-operation, the role of trust for collaboration, and the relationship between prostitution law and sex-buying behavior. I primarily use quantitative analysis, and additionally experimental, survey research, and text analysis.
Please feel free to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like access to any of my published work.
Jonsson is a post doc at the Department of Administration and Organization Theory, at the University of Bergen, and TROPICO, since February 2019.
In addition, Jonsson works on a report on sextortion (sexual corruption) financed by the The Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA), together with Elin Bjarnegård, Dolores Calvo, Åsa Eldén, and Silje Lundgren
Jonsson has a PhD in political science from the University of Gothenburg.
- 2018. The Complex Relationship between Police Corruption and Sex Trafficking in Origin Countries. Journal of Human Trafficking.
- 2017. Is buying sex morally wrong? Comparing attitudes toward prostitution using individual-level data across eight Western European countries. Women's Studies: International Forum.
- 2019. Sex, crime and politics. How organized crime influences and adapts to political institutions, with a particular focus on sex trafficking.