Lael Keiser
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Lipstick and logarithms: Gender, institutional context, and representative bureaucracy
LR Keiser, VM Wilkins, KJ Meier, CA Holland
American political science review 96 (3), 553-564, 2002
5122002
Linking passive and active representation by gender: The case of child support agencies
VM Wilkins, LR Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 16 (1), 87-102, 2006
2602006
Does my boss's gender matter? Explaining job satisfaction and employee turnover in the public sector
JA Grissom, J Nicholson-Crotty, L Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (4), 649-673, 2012
1942012
With good cause: Bureaucratic discretion and the politics of child support enforcement
LR Keiser, J Soss
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1133-1156, 1998
1891998
Race, bureaucratic discretion, and the implementation of welfare reform
LR Keiser, PR Mueser, SW Choi
American Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 314-327, 2004
1822004
Understanding street‐level bureaucrats' decision making: Determining eligibility in the social security disability program
LR Keiser
Public Administration Review 70 (2), 247-257, 2010
1732010
State bureaucratic discretion and the administration of social welfare programs: The case of social security disability
LR Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 9 (1), 87-106, 1999
1461999
A supervisor like me: Race, representation, and the satisfaction and turnover decisions of public sector employees
JA Grissom, LR Keiser
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 30 (3), 557-580, 2011
1102011
Public administration as a science of the artificial: A methodology for prescription
KJ Meier, LR Keiser
Public Administration Review, 459-466, 1996
581996
Policy design, bureaucratic incentives, and public management: The case of child support enforcement
LR Keiser, KJ Meier
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 6 (3), 337-364, 1996
581996
The political roots of disability claims: How state environments and policies shape citizen demands
J Soss, LR Keiser
Political Research Quarterly 59 (1), 133-148, 2006
432006
Street-level bureaucrats, administrative power and the manipulation of federal social security disability programs
LR Keiser
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 1 (2), 144-164, 2001
422001
Representative bureaucracy
LR Keiser
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, 2010
312010
Ecological disequilibrium drives insect pest and pathogen accumulation in non-native trees
CJ Crous, TI Burgess, JJ Le Roux, DM Richardson, B Slippers, ...
AoB Plants 9 (1), 2017
242017
The determinants of street-level bureaucratic behavior: Gate-keeping in the social security disability program
LR Keiser
National Public Management Research Conference, Georgetown University, 2003
222003
The influence of women's political power on bureaucratic output: The case of child support enforcement
L Keiser
British Journal of Political Science 27 (1), 111-155, 1997
211997
The impact of organized interests on eligibility determination: The case of Veterans' Disability Compensation
LR Keiser, SM Miller
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (2), 505-531, 2010
202010
Regulation and Consumer Protection: Politics, Bureaucracy & Economics
KJ Meier, ET Garman, LR Keiser
Dame Publications, 1998
101998
The impact of bureaucratic structure on government eligibility decisions
LR Keiser
Public Management Research Association Conference, 2011
92011
Why it matters whether state bureaucrats as opposed to Federal Bureaucrats Administer Federal Programs
LR Keiser
Politics, Policy, and Organizations, 207, 2003
82003
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