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PAR 77.1 Interview with Paul O’Neill

PAR 77.1 – Representative Bureaucracy: A Lever to Enhance Social Equity, Coproduction, and Democracy

PAR 77.32 – Citizen Expectations and Satisfaction in a Young Democracy: A Test of the Expectancy-Disconfirmation Model

PAR 77.31 – Managing in the Regulatory Thicket: Regulation Legitimacy and Expertise

PAR 76.52- Organizations, Policies, and the Roots of Public Value Failure: The Case of For-Profit Higher Education

PAR 76.42 – Building Global Public Administration Knowledge

PAR 76.51 – The Politics of Higher Education: University President Ideology and External Networking

PAR 76.34- Regulatory Transformation: Lessons from Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

PAR 76.41-Performance Measurement and Cost Accounting: Are They Complementary or Competing Systems of Control?

PAR 76.16-Caveat Emptor: What Do We Know about Public Administration Evidence and How Do We Know It

PAR 76.33-Five Ways to Make a Difference: Perceptions of Practitioners Working in Urban Neighborhoods

PAR 76.32-Recovering the Craft of Public Administration

PAR 76.24-Advancing Public Policy for High-Growth, Female, and Social Entrepreneurs

PAR 76.23-Distinguishing Different Types of Coproduction: A Conceptual Analysis Based on the Classical Definitions

PAR 76.2- Representation and Collaboration: Exploring the Role of Shared Identity in the Collaborative Process

PAR 76.2- Gauging the Effects of Social Accountability on Services, Governance, and Citizen Empowerment

PAR 76.1- Do Policymakers Use Academic Research? Reexamining the “Two Communities” Theory of Research Utilization

PAR 76.1- Are Some Citizens More Equal than Others? Evidence from a Field Experiment

PAR 76.1- The Impact of Performance Management on Performance in Public Organizations: A Meta-Analysis

PAR 76.1- Representative Bureaucracy and the Willingness to Coproduce: An Experimental Study

PAR 76.1- How Not to Increase Participation in Local Government

PAR 75.5- Activating the Forces of Public Service Motivation: Evidence from a Low-Intensity Randomized Survey Experiment

PAR 75.6 Serving Clients when the Server Crashes: How Frontline Workers Cope with E-Govt Challenges

PAR 75.4 Does Twitter Increase Perceived Police Legitimacy

PAR 75.2- Impossible Jobs or Impossible Tasks? Client Volatility and Frontline Policing Practice in Urban Riots

PAR 75.2- The Politics of Local Government Stabilization Funds

PAR 75.2- Representation and Inclusion in Public Organizations: Evidence from the U.K. Civil Service

PAR 75.1- Happy 75th, Public Administration Review

PAR 74.6- Making Boston Strong: Social Capital, Collaboration, and Accountability Lessons for Public Administrators in the Twenty-First Century

PAR 74.6- Using Common-Pool Resource Principles to Design Local Government Fiscal

PAR 75.1- The Legitimacy of U.S. Government Agency Power

PAR 74.6- What Have We Learned Since September 11, 2001? A Network Study of the Boston Marathon Bombings Response

PAR 74.4- Public Value Governance: Moving Beyond Traditional Public Administration and the New Public Management

PAR 74.4- Neoliberalism for the Common Good? Public Value Governance and the Downsizing of Democracy

PAR 74.4- Implicit Public Values and the Creation of Publicly Valuable Outcomes: The Importance of Work and the Contested Role of Labor Unions

PAR 74.3- Want to Increase Trust in Government? Update our Public Participation Laws

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