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Accountability research in public organizations has made significant progress, but it remains unclear exactly how public managers deal with conflicting accountability pressures and how accountability systems can make a positive difference. This article reviews the accountability literature and...
In response to the increased complexity that comes from a shift away from government and toward governance, public administration programs need to adjust their traditional curriculum and encourage interdisciplinarity perspectives in students. Given the proper mind-set, administrators can be...
Institutional predictors of volunteer service retention in AmeriCorps*State and National are assessed using data from the quasiexperimental, longitudinal study of AmeriCorps. Multilevel logistic regression is used, with individual member characteristics at the first level and institutional...
This article offers an analysis of the shortcomings the field of public administration in lending its expertise to financial services regulatory matters. It argues that public administration’s main contributions to debates of regulatory policy are; ethical normative perspective and practitioner...
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