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Determinants of Bureaucratic Turnover Intention: Evidence from the Department of the Treasury
This study employs a novel statistical strategy to examine the determinants of turnover intention in government service. To appropriately measure a main determinant of turnover intention - functionalExpand
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Motivation Crowding and the Federal Civil Servant: Evidence from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service
ABSTRACT Pay-for-performance reforms create “high-powered” incentives for civil servants to meet or exceed specified performance objectives as measured by such things as customer satisfaction.Expand
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Separated Powers in the United States: The Ideology of Agencies, Presidents, and Congress
Government agencies service interest groups, advocate policies, provide advice to elected officials, and create and implement public policy. Scholars have advanced theories to explain the role ofExpand
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The Behavioral Impact of Drinking and Driving Laws
All U.S. states have laws designed to discourage people from drinking and driving, but enforcement varies across the states. Existing studies offer conflicting evidence on the effectiveness of theseExpand
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Policy Agendas in British Politics
Through a unique dataset covering half a century of policy-making in Britain, this book traces how topics like the economy, international affairs, and crime have changed in their importance toExpand
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Measuring Municipal Transparency
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Madison's Managers: Public Administration and the Constitution
Combining insights from traditional thought and practice and from contemporary political analysis, Madison's Managers presents a constitutional theory of public administration in the United States.Expand
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Policy Influence, Agency-Specific Expertise, and Exit in the Federal Service
Executive turnover influences agency performance, policy implementation and ultimately the success of legislative delegations. We argue that turnover intention is a function of labor marketExpand
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Strategy and Accountability: Structural Reform Litigation and Public Management
Structural reform litigation involves legal action against public bureaucracies alleging that an official has violated the legal rights of an agency's client. A pattern of rights infringements raisesExpand
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Governing the Quango: An Auditing and Cheating Model of Quasi-Governmental Authorities
The New Public Management has a paramount implication for the delegation of authority to implement public policy, namely that such delegations be designed according to the substance of the task to beExpand
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