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The Power of the Presidency in EU Council Decision-making
Research on the presidency of the EU shows mixed results. Although most scholars agree that the EU presidency is not able to advance its domestic interests in the European forum, Tallberg (2006)Expand
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The effect of moderate levels of simulated altitude on sustained cognitive performance.
Previous work has documented cognitive deficits at high altitudes (15,000-25,000 ft), but there is controversy for lower altitudes. This study looked at the effects of moderate altitudes--12,500 ftExpand
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Two-Level Effects of Interorganizational Network Collaboration on Graduate Satisfaction
In the public management literature, network effects are studied primarily at two levels: (a) the level of the interorganizational network as a whole and (b) the level of individual organizations’Expand
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Work ties beget community? Assessing interactions among transnational private governance organizations in sustainable agriculture
Transnational private governance organizations (TPGOs) set standards for various sustainability issues and industries. TPGOs individually address only facets of larger problems such as landExpand
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Linking Stakeholder Involvement to Policy Performance: Nonlinear Effects in Dutch Local Government Policy Making
Current research in public management generally hypothesizes that the involvement of external stakeholders by governments positively affects the performance of policies. Recent research, however, hasExpand
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The performance of public corporate actors: Essays on effects of institutional and network embeddedness in supranational, national, and local collaborative contexts
Public corporate actors – governments, government bureaucracies, and nongovernmental organizations strongly involved in the delivery of public services – address key social problems in society. TheyExpand
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Paper to be presented at the 2011 Public Management Research Conference, Maxwell School at Syracuse University, NY, USA, June 2-4.
Current research in public management generally hypothesizes that the involvement of external stakeholders by governments positively affects the performance of policies. Recent research however hasExpand
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Explaining cross-national policy diffusion in national parliaments: A longitudinal case study of plenary debates in the Dutch parliament
In parliamentary debates, members of a national parliament (MPs) often refer to the policy experiences of other countries addressing similar problems to those with which the MPs are confronted. WhenExpand
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