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Is Diversity Management Sufficient? Organizational Inclusion to Further Performance
This study focuses on the concept of organizational inclusion, which goes beyond diversity management, the dominant paradigm in the field of public administration. Although several studies in publicExpand
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Foreign-born academic scientists and engineers: producing more and getting less than their U.S.-born peers?
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently reported that the number of doctoral degrees awarded in the U.S. rose 3.4 percent in 2004, largely because of an increase in foreign students [SmallwoodExpand
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From Glass Ceiling to Glass Cliff: Women in Senior Executive Service
The dominant paradigm that frames the challenges women face in attaining upward mobility has been the glass ceiling metaphor (Bowling, Cynthia, Kelleher, Christine, Jones, Jennifer, and Deil Wright.Expand
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Faculty job satisfaction across gender and discipline
Abstract It is projected that by 2014 colleges, universities, and professional schools will witness an employment growth of 34.3% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2005). Thus, issues of facultyExpand
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Perceptions of transparency of government policymaking: A cross-national study
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This cross-national study examines the relationship between business executives' perceptions of transparency in government policymaking, and several indicators suggested in the literature as means to advance the flow of information about government. Expand
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Comparing Research Productivity Across Disciplines and Career Stages
Abstract In academia, productivity continues to be a major factor in decisions of salary raises as well as promotion. The current study thus examines and compares the research productivity of facultyExpand
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Education–Job Match, Salary, and Job Satisfaction Across the Public,, Non-Profit, and For-Profit Sectors: Survey of recent college graduates
Abstract Using data from the 2006 Survey of Recent College Graduates, this study examines how education–job match and salary may explain recent college graduates’ job satisfaction in the public,Expand
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Productivity and Leadership Patterns of Female Faculty Members in Public Administration
Though the number of female faculty members has risen in public administration programs throughout the nation, few studies have analyzed the advances made by them at universities and colleges. TheExpand
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AFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION: A CROSS‐NATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY
Public managers across countries are faced with challenges of attracting and retaining high-quality employees in the context of widespread financial constraints and increasing inter-sectoralExpand
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