Journal of Behavioral Public Administration
2018 - 2018
From Center for Experimental and Behavioral Public Administration
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Volume 1, issue 2, 2018
- Do Freedom of Information Laws increase transparency of government? A replication of a field experiment
- Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen, Peter John, Albert Meijer and Ben Worthy
Volume 1, issue 1, 2018
- Putting social rewards and identity salience to the test: Evidence from a field experiment with teachers in Philadelphia
- Syon Bhanot, Gordon Kraft-Todd, David Rand and Erez Yoeli
- Precise performance: Do citizens rely on numerical precision as a cue of confidence?
- Asmus Olsen
- Public service motivation and ethical behavior: Evidence from three experiments
- Robert K. Christensen and Bradley E. Wright
- Breaking bad news without breaking trust: The effects of a press release and newspaper coverage on perceived trustworthiness
- Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen, Femke de Vries and Wilte Zijlstra
- A great schism approaching? Towards a micro and macro public administration
- Donald Moynihan
- Chief executives’ approval of immigrants: Evidence from a survey experiment of 101 Latin American and Caribbean mayors
- Claudia N. Avellaneda and Johabed G. Olvera
- Human behavior inside and outside bureaucracy: Lessons from psychology
- Asbjørn Sonne Nørgaard
- Foresighted outcome effect: A micro-foundation of agents’ risk aversion in principal-agent relations
- Michal Livnat-Lerer, Raanan Sulitzeau-Kenan and Tehila Kogut
- Bureaucrats' processing of organizational reputation signals
- Sharon Gilad, Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom and Michaela Assouline
- How best to nudge taxpayers? The impact of message simplification and descriptive social norms on payment rates in a central London local authority
- Peter John and Toby Blume