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Public Management Review

2016 - 2018

Current editor(s): Stephen P. Osborne

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Volume 20, issue 2, 2018

From public service-dominant logic to public service logic: are public service organizations capable of co-production and value co-creation? pp. 225-231 Downloads
Stephen P. Osborne
Felt responsibility for change in public organizations: general and sector-specific paths pp. 232-253 Downloads
Jesse W. Campbell
Innovation failure in the eye of the beholder: towards a theory of innovation shaped by competing agendas within higher education pp. 254-272 Downloads
Adina Dudau, Georgios Kominis and Melinda Szocs
Public–private collaborations in drug development: boosting innovation or alleviating risk? pp. 273-292 Downloads
Thomas Crispeels, Jurgen Willems and Ilse Scheerlinck
Public–private partnership in discipline: a literature review pp. 293-316 Downloads
Huanming Wang, Wei Xiong, Guangdong Wu and Dajian Zhu

Volume 20, issue 1, 2018

Public–private partnerships as instruments to achieve sustainability-related objectives: the state of the art and a research agenda pp. 1-22 Downloads
Alexander Pinz, Nahid Roudyani and Julia Thaler
Public engagement in governance for sustainability: a two-tier assessment approach and illustrations from New Zealand pp. 23-54 Downloads
Valentina Dinica
Understanding the puzzle of organizational sustainability: toward a conceptual framework of organizational social connectedness and sustainability pp. 55-81 Downloads
Alisa Moldavanova and Holly T. Goerdel
Aiming for a sustainable future: conceptualizing public open foresight pp. 82-107 Downloads
Lisa Schmidthuber and Melanie Wiener
Seeds of distrust: conflicts over sustainable development in a local fracking policy network in New York State pp. 108-135 Downloads
Junesoo Lee and Jeongyoon Lee
Sustainability management, strategy and reform in local government pp. 136-153 Downloads
Eric S. Zeemering
All are not created equal: assessing local governments’ strategic approaches towards sustainability pp. 154-175 Downloads
Hyunjung Ji and Nicole Darnall
Sustainability standard setting as local government matter: an Italian experience pp. 176-200 Downloads
Francesca Pepe, Sergio Paternostro and Patrizio Monfardini
Sustainability reporting by local governments: a magic tool? Lessons on use and usefulness from European pioneers pp. 201-223 Downloads
Ludger Niemann and Thomas Hoppe

Volume 19, issue 10, 2017

Conditions for policy implementation via co-production: the control of dengue fever in Brazil pp. 1381-1398 Downloads
Gemael Chaebo and Janann Joslin Medeiros
Trust as a key for strategic management? The relevance of council–administration relations for NPM-related reforms in German local governments pp. 1399-1414 Downloads
Jens Weiss
Psychological safety climate and workplace bullying in Vietnam’s public sector pp. 1415-1436 Downloads
Diep T. N. Nguyen, Stephen T. T. Teo, Steven L. Grover and Nguyen Phong Nguyen
Gender representation and organizational size: examining opportunities for members’ involvement in membership organizations pp. 1437-1454 Downloads
Khaldoun AbouAssi and Seung-Ho An
Innovation labs in the public sector: what they are and what they do? pp. 1455-1479 Downloads
Piret Tõnurist, Rainer Kattel and Veiko Lember
Voluntary turnover rates and organizational performance in the US federal government: the moderating role of high-commitment human resource practices pp. 1480-1499 Downloads
Kuk-Kyoung Moon
False promises of co-production in neighbourhood regeneration: the case of Dutch community enterprises pp. 1500-1518 Downloads
Reinout Kleinhans
Determinants of organizational performance in a reinventing government setting: evidence from the Milwaukee school voucher programme pp. 1519-1537 Downloads
Michael R. Ford and Fredrik O. Andersson
A change management perspective on public sector cutback management: towards a framework for analysis pp. 1538-1555 Downloads
Eduard Schmidt, Sandra Groeneveld and Steven Van de Walle
The external networking behaviour of public managers - the missing link of weak ties pp. 1556-1576 Downloads
Morten Balle Hansen and Anders R. Villadsen
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 19, issue 9, 2017

Replication, experiments and knowledge in public management research pp. 1221-1234 Downloads
Richard M. Walker, Oliver James and Gene A. Brewer
Experimental replication: an experimental test of the expectancy disconfirmation theory of citizen satisfaction pp. 1235-1250 Downloads
Anders Foged Filtenborg, Frederik Gaardboe and Jesper Sigsgaard-Rasmussen
Rational planning and politicians’ preferences for spending and reform: replication and extension of a survey experiment pp. 1251-1271 Downloads
Bert George, Sebastian Desmidt, Poul A. Nielsen and Martin Baekgaard
Reconsidering the expectancy disconfirmation model. Three experimental replications pp. 1272-1292 Downloads
Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen and Gregory A. Porumbescu
Measurement equivalence in replications of experiments: when and why it matters and guidance on how to determine equivalence pp. 1293-1310 Downloads
Sebastian Jilke, Nicolai Petrovsky, Bart Meuleman and Oliver James
The negative effect of red tape on procedural satisfaction pp. 1311-1327 Downloads
Wesley Kaufmann and Lars Tummers
Insights from experiments with duopoly games: rational incremental decision-making pp. 1328-1351 Downloads
M. Jin Lee, M. Jae Moon and Jungsook Kim
Responding to problems: actions are rewarded, regardless of the outcome pp. 1352-1364 Downloads
Asmus Olsen
Representative bureaucracy and its symbolic effect on citizens: a conceptual replication pp. 1365-1379 Downloads
Gregg G. Van Ryzin, Norma M. Riccucci and Huafang Li

Volume 19, issue 8, 2017

Performance impacts of management in Korean schools: Testing the Meier and O’Toole model pp. 1047-1065 Downloads
Young Han Chun and Miyeon Song
Exploring the structure and meaning of public service motivation in the Turkish public sector: a test of the mediating effects of job characteristics pp. 1066-1084 Downloads
R. Paul Battaglio and Salih Gelgec
User voice and complaints as drivers of innovation in public services pp. 1085-1104 Downloads
Richard Simmons and Carol Brennan
The emergence of hybrid professional roles: GPs and secondary school teachers in a context of public sector reform pp. 1105-1123 Downloads
Wiljan Hendrikx and Nicolette van Gestel
Transformational leadership, employee turnover intention, and actual voluntary turnover in public organizations pp. 1124-1141 Downloads
Rusi Sun and Weijie Wang
More reforms, less innovation? The impact of structural reform histories on innovation-oriented cultures in public organizations pp. 1142-1164 Downloads
Jan Wynen, Koen Verhoest and Bjorn Kleizen
How do managerial techniques evolve over time? The distortion of “facilitation” in healthcare service improvement pp. 1165-1183 Downloads
Roman Kislov, John Humphreys and Gill Harvey
The impact of innovation training on successful outcomes in public–private partnerships pp. 1184-1205 Downloads
Lena Brogaard
Does ownership matter for service delivery value? an examination of citizens’ service satisfaction pp. 1206-1220 Downloads
Ian R. Hodgkinson, Paul Hughes, Mat Hughes and Russ Glennon

Volume 19, issue 7, 2017

Public budgeting in search for an identity: state of the art and future challenges pp. 905-910 Downloads
Mariafrancesca Sicilia and Ileana Steccolini
Insights into performance-based budgeting in the public sector: a literature review and a research agenda pp. 911-931 Downloads
Sara Giovanna Mauro, Lino Cinquini and Giuseppe Grossi
Linking budgeting to results? Evidence about performance budgets in European municipalities based on a comparative analytical model pp. 932-953 Downloads
Pieter Bleyen, Daniel Klimovský, Geert Bouckaert and Christoph Reichard
The design of performance budgeting processes and managerial accountability relationships pp. 954-971 Downloads
Suresh Cuganesan
Balancing budget control and flexibility: the central finance agency as ‘responsive regulator’ pp. 972-989 Downloads
Michael Di Francesco and John Alford
Fiscal slack, budget shocks, and performance in public organizations: evidence from public schools pp. 990-1005 Downloads
Abhisekh Ghosh Moulick and Lori L. Taylor
Democracy, governmentality and transparency: participatory budgeting in action pp. 1006-1021 Downloads
Maria Isabel Brun-Martos and Irvine Lapsley
Budgeting and the construction of entities: struggles to negotiate change in Swedish municipalities pp. 1022-1045 Downloads
Niklas Wällstedt and Roland Almqvist

Volume 19, issue 6, 2017

The relationship between employee performance management and civil servants’ turnover intentions: a test of the mediating roles of system satisfaction and affective commitment pp. 747-764 Downloads
Thomas Van Waeyenberg, Adelien Decramer, Sebastian Desmidt and Mieke Audenaert
Administrative tradition and management reforms: a comparison of agency chief executive accountability in four Continental Rechtsstaat countries pp. 765-784 Downloads
Tobias Bach, Sandra van Thiel, Gerhard Hammerschmid and Reto Steiner
Clash of public administration paradigms in delegation of education and elderly care services in a post-socialist state (Poland) pp. 785-801 Downloads
Anna Kordasiewicz and Przemysław Sadura
Service diversification and service quality differences in the third-party administration of US organic regulations pp. 802-819 Downloads
David P. Carter
Region brand legitimacy: towards a participatory approach involving residents of a place pp. 820-844 Downloads
Emeline Martin and Sonia Capelli
Complexity thinking in public administration’s theories-in-use pp. 845-861 Downloads
Elizabeth Eppel
Managing information sharing and stewardship for public-sector collaboration: a management control approach pp. 862-879 Downloads
Suresh Cuganesan, Alison Hart and Cara Steele
Public employees’ psychological climates and turnover intention: evidence from Korean central government agencies pp. 880-904 Downloads
Chan Su Jung, Hon S. Chan and Chih-Wei Hsieh

Volume 19, issue 5, 2017

Ventures in public value management: introduction to the symposium pp. 589-604 Downloads
John Alford, Scott Douglas, Karin Geuijen and Paul ‘t Hart
Instruments of value: using the analytic tools of public value theory in teaching and practice pp. 605-620 Downloads
Jorrit de Jong, Scott Douglas, Mariafrancesca Sicilia, Zoe Radnor, Mirko Noordegraaf and Peter Debus
Creating public value in global wicked problems pp. 621-639 Downloads
Karin Geuijen, Mark Moore, Andrea Cederquist, Rolf Ronning and Mark van Twist
Towards a multi-actor theory of public value co-creation pp. 640-654 Downloads
John Bryson, Alessandro Sancino, John Benington and Eva Sørensen
Public value creation through collaborative innovation pp. 655-669 Downloads
Barbara C. Crosby, Paul ‘t Hart and Jacob Torfing
Towards an empirical research agenda for public value theory pp. 670-685 Downloads
Jean Hartley, John Alford, Eva Knies and Scott Douglas
Blowing in the wind: a study for Granger causality between managerial strategy and organizational performance pp. 686-704 Downloads
Ohbet Cheon and Seung-Ho An
Job satisfaction of public sector middle managers in the process of NPM change pp. 705-724 Downloads
David Pick and Stephen T. T. Teo
Relationships between strategic performance measures, strategic decision-making, and organizational performance: empirical evidence from Canadian public organizations pp. 725-746 Downloads
Raili Pollanen, Ahmed Abdel-Maksoud, Said Elbanna and Habib Mahama

Volume 19, issue 4, 2017

Correction to: Bode, Lange and Märker, Caught in organized ambivalence: institutional complexity and its implications in the German hospital sector pp. i-i Downloads
The Editors
Co-location as a catalyst for service innovation: a study of Scottish health and social care pp. 381-405 Downloads
Ally R. Memon and Tony Kinder
Do transformational-oriented leadership and transactional-oriented leadership have an impact on whistle-blowing attitudes? A longitudinal examination conducted in US federal agencies pp. 406-422 Downloads
James Gerard Caillier and Yongjin Sa
Institutional isomorphism and whistle-blowing intentions in public sector institutions pp. 423-442 Downloads
Soma Pillay, P. S. Reddy and Damian Morgan
What’s in it for others? The relationship between prosocial motivation and commitment to change among youth care professionals pp. 443-462 Downloads
Joris van der Voet, Bram Steijn and Ben S. Kuipers
The bounded welfare pluralism: public–private partnerships under social management in China pp. 463-478 Downloads
Shih-Jiunn Shi
Antecedents and outcomes of acceptance of performance appraisal system in Korean non-profit organizations pp. 479-500 Downloads
Min Young Kim and Sung Min Park
Caught in organized ambivalence: institutional complexity and its implications in the German hospital sector pp. 501-517 Downloads
Ingo Bode, Johannes Lange and Markus Märker
Reform in public organizations: the roles of ambidextrous leadership and moderating mechanisms pp. 518-541 Downloads
Luu Trong Tuan
Modelling the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation, organizational integration, and programme performance in local sustainability pp. 542-565 Downloads
William L. Swann
Analysing the environmental antecedents of innovation adoption among politicians and public managers pp. 566-587 Downloads
Sanja Korac, Iris Saliterer and Richard M. Walker

Volume 19, issue 3, 2017

Collaborative administration: the management of successful networks pp. 275-283 Downloads
Daniela Cristofoli, Marco Meneguzzo and Norma Riccucci
The critical role of information sharing to the value proposition of a food systems network pp. 284-304 Downloads
Christopher Koliba, Serge Wiltshire, Steven Scheinert, Drake Turner, Asim Zia and Erica Campbell
Culturally diverse collaborations: a focus on communication and shared understanding pp. 305-325 Downloads
Siv Vangen
Collaborative networks and the need for a new management language pp. 326-341 Downloads
Myrna Mandell, Robyn Keast and Dan Chamberlain
The nature of orchestrational work pp. 342-360 Downloads
Jan A. Bartelings, John Goedee, Jörg Raab and Remco Bijl
Contingencies and organizing principles in public networks pp. 361-380 Downloads
Josip Markovic

Volume 19, issue 2, 2017

Public management research over the decades: what are we writing about? pp. 109-113 Downloads
Stephen P. Osborne
Political ideology, social capital, and government innovativeness: evidence from the US states pp. 114-133 Downloads
Liang Ma
Assessing public leadership styles for innovation: a comparison of Copenhagen, Rotterdam and Barcelona pp. 134-156 Downloads
Lykke Margot Ricard, Erik Hans Klijn, Jenny M. Lewis and Tamyko Ysa
Policy capacity and evidence-based policy in the public service pp. 157-174 Downloads
Joshua Newman, Adrian Cherney and Brian W. Head
The politics of cutback management in thirteen European countries: statistical evidence on causes and effects pp. 175-193 Downloads
Walter Kickert and Tiina Randma-Liiv
Methods for delivering complex social services: exploring adaptive management and regulation in the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme pp. 194-211 Downloads
Gemma Carey and Mark Matthews
Public accountability: reforms and resistance in social housing pp. 212-231 Downloads
Stewart Smyth
Effects of amalgamations: evidence from Swiss municipalities pp. 232-252 Downloads
Reto Steiner and Claire Kaiser
Leading public service organizations: how to obtain high employee self-efficacy and organizational performance pp. 253-273 Downloads
Christian Bøtcher Jacobsen and Lotte Bøgh Andersen

Volume 19, issue 1, 2017

Political innovations: innovations in political institutions, processes and outputs pp. 1-19 Downloads
Eva Sørensen
Political innovation as ideal and strategy: the case of aleatoric democracy in the City of Utrecht pp. 20-36 Downloads
Albert Meijer, Reinout van der Veer, Albert Faber and Julia Penning de Vries
Strengthening political leadership and policy innovation through the expansion of collaborative forms of governance pp. 37-54 Downloads
Jacob Torfing and Christopher Ansell
The challenge of innovating politics in community self-organization: the case of Broekpolder pp. 55-73 Downloads
Jurian Edelenbos, Ingmar van Meerkerk and Joop Koppenjan
Political parties and innovation pp. 74-89 Downloads
Carina S. Bischoff and Flemming Juul Christiansen
Assessing the impact of informal governance on political innovation pp. 90-107 Downloads
Sarah Ayres
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