Public Administration Quarterly

Public Administration Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Politics

Articles from Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring

Broadening Partner Benefits to Improve Recruitment and Retention among LGBT Employees in United States Institutions of Higher Education
The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) population has become increasingly noticeable in discussions of diversity and equality, especially as diversity management has allowed for consideration of the fate of different populations after the hiring...
E-Government Portal Information Performance and the Role of Local Community Interest. Empirical Support for a Model of Citizen Perceptions
INTRODUCTION The scientific discourse in the field of e-government exhibits strong optimism about the usefulness and potential impact of this new instrument of public administration (Bekkers and Homburg 2007). However, the mere presence of e-government...
Functional Decentralization in Portuguese Local Governments
INTRODUCTION In the 1980s, the large bureaucracies that characterize most states across the world were seen as a threat to the efficiency of public administrations. Thus, the theory of new public management (NPM) was an attempt to overcome the problems...
Leadership Behaviors and Trust in Leaders: Evidence from the U.S. Federal Government
INTRODUCTION Interpersonal trust is fundamental for ensuring effectiveness within organizations (Cook & Wall, 1980). Although some scholars dispute the extent to which employee trust in leaders affects employee performance (see, Bachmann &...
Non-Public Shareholders' Ownership and Economic Performance in the Urban Public-Transport Companies. Empirical Evidence from European Union
INTRODUCTION Urban mobility (henceforth UM) is an increasingly important field in European Union policy agenda for manifold reasons. First of all, 72.9 per cent of the European population lives in urban zones (United Nations, 2011) and over 85 per...
Organizational Advocacy of Cultural Competency Initiatives: Lessons for Public Administration
INTRODUCTION The concept of cultural competency is relatively new in the historical development of public administration research. However, the practice of cultural competence is firmly rooted in broader public administration values of diversity...
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