Publications and presentations, spring 2017

Ahn, Michael and Chen, Yu-Che (eds). (2017). Routledge Handbook on Information Technology in Government.

Andersson, Fredrik O., Faulk, Lewis and Stewart, Amanda J. (2016). “Toward More Targeted Capacity Building: Diagnosing Capacity Needs Across Organizational Life Stages.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 27(6), 2860–2888.  DOI: 10.1007/s11266-015-9634-7.

Ayers, Alan, Miller, Kimberly, Park, Jongwon, Schwartz, Lawrence and Antcliff, Rich. “The Hollywood Model: Leveraging the Capabilities of Freelance Talent to Advance Innovation and Reduce Risk.” Research-Technology Management. 59(5), 27-37.

Arimura T., Darnall N., Ganguli R. and Katayama H. (2016). “The effect of ISO 14001 on environmental performance: resolving equivocal findings.Journal of Environmental Management. 166(15), 556-566. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.10.032

Borry, Erin. (2017). Ethical Climate and Rule Bending: How Organizational Norms Contribute to Unintended Rule Consequences. Public Administration. 95(1), 75-96.

Bretschneider, Stuart and Powers, Marla. “Organization Formalization, Sector, and Social Media: Does increased standardization of policy broaden and deepen social media use in organizations?”  GIS Quarterly. 33(4), 614-628.

Bretschneider, Stuart and Jung, Jiwon. (2016). “Organizational Adoption of Social Media: Role of Intrapreneur and Sector.” National Administrative Studies Project – Citizens vs. Public Managers (NASP-C). Public Management Research Conference, Aarhaus Denmark.

Bretschneider, Stuart. (2016). “Why do foreign citizens with US Ph.D. degrees return home?” 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, Valencia Spain.

Carley, Sanya and Davies, Lincoln. (2016). Nevada’s Net Energy Metering Experience: The Making of a Policy Eclipse? Brookings Mountain West Report.

Charbonneau, É., Bromberg, D., and A.C. Henderson. (2016). Steering a Swarm: Compliance and Learning in a Municipal Performance Regime. Administration & Society.

Charbonneau, É., and G.G. Van Ryzin.  (forthcoming). Exploring the Deep Antecedents of Public Service Motivation. International Journal of Public Administration. 40(5), 401-407.

Charbonneau, É., Henderson, A.C., Ladouceur, B., and P. Pichet. (forthcoming). Process Tracing in Public Administration: The Implications of Practitioner Insights for Methods of Inquiry. International Journal of Public Administration. (40)5, 434-442.

Darnall N., Ji H., & Vazquez-Brust D. (forthcoming). Third-party certification, sponsorship and consumers’ ecolabel use. Journal of Business Ethics DOI: 10.1007/s10551-016-3138-2

Davies, Lincoln and Carley, Sanya. (2017). Emerging Shadows in National Solar Policy? Nevada’s Net Metering Transition in Context. University of Utah College of Law Research Paper No. 191.

Dawson, G.S., Denford, J., Williams, C., Preston, D and Desouza, K., (2016 – 2017) “An Examination of Effective IT Governance in the Public Sector Using the Legal View of Agency Theory.” Journal of Management Information Systems. 33(4), 1180 – 1208

Dawson, G.S., Denford, J. and Desouza, K. (2016) “Governing Innovation in U.S. State Government: An Ecosystem Perspective.” Journal of Strategic Information Systems. 25(4), 299 – 318.

Dawson, G.S., (2016) “Idea to retire: The rock star chief information officer.” Brookings Institution.

DeHart Davis, Leisha. (2017). Creative Effective Rules in Public Organizations. Georgetown University Press.

Desouza, K.C., Dosemagen, S. Falk, J, Filderman, L., Flatow, I., Funk, C., Kalil, T., Liburd, L., Scheufele, D., Smith, B. (2017). Science & Civics: A Guide for Collaborative Action by Science and Civics Meeting Participants. Aspen Institute.

Desouza, K.C. and Dawson, G.S., (2016) “Modernizing public sector IT management.” Brookings Institution, May 2, 2016

Desouza, K.C. and Dawson, G.S., (2016) “These ideas need to be retired: Technology practices that are stifling public sector success.” Brookings Institution.

Desouza, K.C. and Smith, K.L. (2016). “Big Data and Planning.” American Planning Association.

Faulk, Lewis, and Stewart, Amanda J. (2017). “As You Sow, so Shall You Reap? Evaluating if Targeted Financial Capacity-Building Improves Nonprofit Financial Growth.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership.  DOI: 10.1002/nml.21247

Faulk, Lewis and McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine. (2016). “Philanthropy: Shaping and Being Shaped by Public Policy.” Elizabeth T. Boris and C. Eugene Steuerle, (eds.) Nonprofits and Government, 3rd ed. Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield.

Faulk, Lewis and McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine and Lecy, Jesse. (2016). “Competitive Advantage in Nonprofit Grant Markets: Implications of Network Embeddedness and Status.” International Public Management Journal.  DOI: 10.1080/10967494.2016.1141811

Faulk, Lewis, Willems, Jurgen, McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine and Stewart, Amanda J. (2016). “Network Connections and Competitively Awarded Funding: The Impacts of Board Network Structures and Status Interlocks on Nonprofit Organizations’ Foundation Grant Acquisition” Public Management Review, 18(10), 1425–1455. DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2015.1112421

Feeney, M.K. and Brown, Adrian. (2016). “Are small cities online? Content, ranking, and variation of U.S. municipal websites.” Government Information Quarterly. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2016.10.005

Ferrón-Vílchez V., Darnall N., Aragón-Correa J.A. (2017). “Stakeholder influences on the design of firms’ environmental practices.” Journal of Cleaner Production. 142(4), 3370-3381. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.10.129

Ferrón-Vílchez, V. and Darnall, N. (2016). “Two are better than one: The link between management systems and business performance.” Business Strategy and the Environment. 25(4), 221-240. DOI: 10.1002/bse.1864

Fusi, F. and Feeney, M.K. (2016). “Social Media in the Workplace: Information Exchange, Productivity, or Waste? American Review of Public Administration. 1-23. DOI: 10.1177/0275074016675722

Grimmelikhuisen, S.G., and Feeney, M.K. (2016). “Developing and testing an integrative framework for open government adoption in local governments.” Public Administration Review. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12689

Grimmelikhuijsen, S., Jilke, S., Olsen, A. L., and Tummers, L. (2017). “Behavioral public administration: Combining insights from public administration and psychology.” Public Administration Review. 77(1), 45-56.

Grosso, A., Charbonneau, É. and Van Ryzin, G.G.. (2017). “How Citizens Respond to Outputs, Outcomes, and Costs: A Survey Experiment about an HIV/AIDS Program.” International Public Management Journal. 20(1), 160-181.

Hayter, Chris, and Feeney, M.K. (2016). “Determinants of external patenting behavior among university scientists.” Science and Public Policy. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scw037

Heinrich, Carolyn. (2016). “The Bite of Administrative Burden: A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.

Henderson, A.C. and Charbonneau, É. (2016). “An Examination of Emergency Services Research in Public Administration.” Public Administration Quarterly. 40(3), 559-588.

Henderson, A.C. (2016). “Local Government Bureaucracy: Changing Forms and Function.” Guide to Urban Politics and Policy in the United States. Christine Palus and Richardson Dilworth (eds.). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Henderson, A.C., and Sowa, J.E. (forthcoming) “Retaining Critical Human Capital: Volunteer Firefighters in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.” Voluntas.

Hsueh, Lily. (2017). “Quasi-Experimental Evidence on the ‘Rights to Fish’: The Effects of Catch Shares on Fishermen’s Days at Sea.” Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. DOI: http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/691555

Hsueh, L. and Darnall, N. (2017). “Alternative and nonregulatory approaches to environmental governance.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 1-7. DOI: 10.1093/jopart/muw042

Hsueh, Lily. (2017). “Transnational Climate Governance and the Global 500: Examining Private Actor Participation by Firm-Level Factors and Dynamics.” International Interactions. 43 (1): 48-75. (Research featured on the Brooking Institution’s TechTank Blog.)

Hsueh, Lily. (2017). “What Explains Participation and Effort in Voluntary Climate Action by Businesses?: Evidence from the Carbon Disclosure Project.” American Economic Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL

Husbands Fealing, Kaye. (2016). “Science of Broadening Participation.” Symposium on the Science of Broadening Participation. (pdf link)

Jensen, Ulrich Thy and Fischer Vestergaard, Christian. (2017). “Public Service Motivation and Public Service Behaviors: Testing the Moderating Effect of Tenure.” J Public Administration Research Theory. 27 (1): 52-67. doi: 10.1093/jopart/muw045

Jensen, Ulrich Thy, BøghAndersen, Lotte,  Ladegaard Bro, Louise, Bøllingtoft, Anne,  Mundbjerg Eriksen, Tine Louise, Holten, Ann-Louise, BøtcherJacobsen, Christian, Ladenburg, Jacob,  Aaes Nielsen, Poul, HoulbergSalomonsen, Heidi, Westergård-Nielsen, Niels, Würtz, Allan. (2016). “Conceptualizing and Measuring Transformational and Transactional Leadership.” Administration & Society.

Ji, H. and Darnall, N. (forthcoming). “All are not created equal: assessing the design features of local sustainability programs.” Public Management Review. DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2017.1293147

Kim, Mirae, Pandey, Sheela and Pandey, Sanjay K. (forthcoming). “Why do Nonprofit Performing Art Organizations Offer Free Public Access?” Public Administration Review.

Kim, Y. and Darnall, N. (2016). “Business as a collaborative partner: understanding firms’ socio-political support for policy formation.” Public Administration Review. 76(2), 326-337. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12463

Lim-Wavde, K., Kauffman, R.J. and Dawson, G.S., (forthcoming) “Policy Analytics, Household Informedness and Collection of Household Hazardous Waste.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling.

Merritt, Cullen C., Cordell, Kathleen and Farnworth, Morgan D.. (accepted). “Less is More? Publicness, Management Strategy, and Organizational Performance in Mental Health Treatment Facilities.” Public Administration Quarterly.

Merritt, Cullen C. and Kelley, Deirdre. (accepted). “What Individual and Organizational Competencies Facilitate Effective Collaboration? Findings from a Collaborative Governance Simulation.”.Journal of Public Affairs Education.

McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine.  (2016). “Necessary but not Sufficient: The Impact of Community Input on Grantee Selection.” Administration & Society. 14 (1), 73-103.

McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine and Ng, Ed.  (2016). “Money Talks or Millennials Walk:
The Effect of Compensation on Nonprofit Millennial Workers Sector-Switching Intentions.” Review of Public Personnel Administration. 36(3), 283-305.

Moldavanova, Alisa and Goerdel, Holly. (2017). “Understanding the puzzle of organizational sustainability: toward a conceptual framework of organizational social connectedness and sustainability.” Public Management Review.

Molina, A. and Favero, N. “Is Active Bureaucratic Representation an Organizational-Level Process? The Indirect Effect of Bureaucrats on Clients They Don’t Directly Serve.” The American Review of Public Administration.

Molina, A. and Flink, C.M. “Politics or Professionalism? Budgeting for Bilingual Education.”Urban Affairs Review. 

Molina, A. and Meier, K.J. 2016. “Demographic Dreams, Institutional Realities: Election Design and Latino Representation in American Education.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 

Moynihan, Don. (2017). “Toward Next-Generation Performance Budgeting.” Presented to a group of World Bank Group officials.

Oberfield, Zach. “A Bargain Half Fulfilled: Teacher Autonomy and Accountability in Traditional Public Schools and Public Charter Schools.” American Educational Research Journal.

Oberfield, Zach (forthcoming, summer). Are Charters Different? Public Education, Teachers, and the Charter School Debate.  Harvard Education Press.

Pandey, Sheela, Lall, Saurabh, Pandey, Sanjay K and Ahlawat, Sucheta. (forthcoming). “The Appeal of Social Accelerators: What do Social Entrepreneurs Value?” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship.

Pandey, Sheela, Kim, Mirae, and Pandey, Sanjay K. (forthcoming). “Do Mission Statements Matter for Nonprofit Performance? Insights from a Study of US Performing Arts Organizations.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Pandey, Sheela, Pandey, Sanjay K. and Miller, Larry. (2017). “Measuring Innovativeness of Public Organizations: Using Natural Language Processing Techniques.” International Public Management Journal. 20(1), 78-107.

Pedersen, Mogens J. and Stritch, Justin M.  (2016). “The effects of internal public management on managerial trustworthiness.” The American Review of Public Administration. doi:10.1177/0275074016657179

Schemeil, Yves. (2016). “Networking and Leadership in International Organizations: The Challenge of Migration.” IPSA World Congress, Poznan. Download.

Schemeil, Yves. keynote speech, “Undiplomatic Ties: When Internet Blocks Intermediation!”

Stritch, J.M.  (2016). “Public Employee Performance: Outputs, Task, Context and Beyond.” Symposium on Behavioral Public Administration, Royal Academy of the Arts and Sciences of the Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Stritch, Justin M. (forthcoming). “Minding the time:  Longitudinal design and theory in quantitative public management research.” Review of Public Personnel Administration.

Stritch, Justin M., Pedersen, Mogens J. and Taggart, Gabel C.  (2017). “The opportunities and limitations of using Mechanical Turk (MTurk) in public administration and management scholarship.”  International Public Management Journal. doi:10.1080/10967494.2016.1276493

Sun, R., and Henderson, A.C. (forthcoming). “Transformational Leadership and Organizational Processes: Influencing Public Performance.” Public Administration Review.

Tsai, Chin-Chang, Stritch, Justin M. and Christensen, Robert K. (2016). “Eco-helping and eco-civic engagement in the public workplace.” Public Performance and Management Review. doi:10.1080/15309576.2016.121600

Tummers, L. (2017). “The Relationship Between Coping and Job Performance.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 27(1), 150-162.

Willems, Jurgen, Jegers, Marc and Faulk, Lewis. (2016). “Organizational Effectiveness Reputation in the Nonprofit Sector.” Public Performance & Management Review, 39(2), 454-475. DOI: 10.1080/15309576.2015.1108802