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Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory is the top journal in the field of Public Administration, with a five-year Impact Factor of 3.553, according to the 2015 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2015).
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- Investigating the Structure and Meaning of Public Service Motivation across Populations: Developing an International Instrument and Addressing Issues of Measurement Invariance
Sangmook Kim, Wouter Vandenabeele, Bradley E. Wright, et al.
Volume 23, Issue 1
- Subjective Organizational Performance and Measurement Error: Common Source Bias and Spurious Relationships
Kenneth J. Meier and Laurence J. O’Toole Jr.
Volume 22, Issue 2
- Organizational Reputation, Regulatory Talk, and Strategic Silence
Moshe Maor, Sharon Gilad, and Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom
Volume 23, Issue 3
- Public Service Motivation and Employment Sector: Attraction or Socialization?
Anne Mette Kjeldsen, and Christian Botcher Jacobsen
Volume 23, Issue 4
- Why Do (Some) City Police Departments Enforce Federal Immigration Law? Political, Demographic, and Organizational Influences on Local Choices
Paul G. Lewis, Doris Marie Provine, Monica W. Varsanyi, and Scott H. Decker
Volume 23, Issue 1
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