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Managers’ Career Paths and Interlocal Collaboration: An Agent Network Collaboration Model
Public Management Review

Associate Professor Hongtao Yi examines the role of change agents, city leaders, and their networks in facilitating interlocal collaboration in environmental governance.

The Publicness of Publicly Funded Research
Science and Public Policy

Professor Caroline Wagner examines key US legislative initiatives during the post–World War II history of public policy related to the ownership of publicly funded research-based knowledge. 

Spillover effects of opioid prescribing practices : Do increased prescriptions lead to increased fatal car crashes ?
American Journal of Health Economics

Associate Professor Lauren Jones estimates the relationship between commuting zone (CZ)-level opioid prescription rates and CZ-level car crash fatality outcomes.

When do Women Receive Managerial Support? The Effects of Gender Congruence and the Quality of Manager-Employee Relationship
Public Management Review

Professor Russell Hassan examines the impact of manager-employee gender similarity on supportive leadership behaviors by public managers.

Assessing Organizational Role and Perceptions of Programmatic Success in Policy Implementation

This study, published in Administration & Society, utilizes the Strategic Action Field (SAF) framework as a lens to study implementation effectiveness of Ohio START, a multiactor and multilevel implementation process

Work engagement, burnout, and the motivation to serve among law enforcement officers during the COVID-19 pandemic and community protests in the USA
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice

Russell Hassan investigates changes in officer work engagement and burnout over time and the role of public service motivation in sustaining high work engagement and attenuating burnout.

Historical Roots of Public Administration: Development of the Interaction between Political and Administrative Officeholders
Elgar Encyclopedia of Public Management

Jos Raadschelders looks at the history of public administration and relationship between administrative and political officeholders.

Mastering Public Administration. From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo
Book: Mastering Public Administration

Jos Raadschelders provides a singular investigation into the influence of 10 scholars on contemporary public administration as well as how significant their work continues to be on contemporary research.

Turnover Behavior Among US Government Employees
Review of Administrative Sciences

Professor Joshua Hawley examines US government employees’ turnover before and after the recession.

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