Nina van Loon
Nina van Loon
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On the bright and dark side of public service motivation: the relationship between PSM and employee wellbeing
N Van Loon, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
Public Money & Management 35 (5), 349-356, 2015
852015
Only when the societal impact potential is high? A panel study of the relationship between public service motivation and perceived performance
N Van Loon, AM Kjeldsen, LB Andersen, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
Review of public personnel administration 38 (2), 139-166, 2018
672018
Clarifying the relationship between public service motivation and in-role and extra-role behaviors: The relative contributions of person-job and person-organization fit
NM Van Loon, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
The American Review of Public Administration 47 (6), 699-713, 2017
462017
Does context matter for the type of performance-related behavior of public service motivated employees?
NM Van Loon
Review of public personnel administration 37 (4), 405-429, 2017
432017
Talking the talk of public service motivation: how public organization logics matter for employees' expressions of PSM
NM Van Loon, P Leisink, W Vandenabeele
International Journal of Public Administration 36 (14), 1007-1019, 2013
432013
Red tape: Developing and validating a new job‐centered measure
NM Van Loon, PLM Leisink, E Knies, GA Brewer
Public Administration Review 76 (4), 662-673, 2016
392016
Making sense of performance regimes: Rebalancing external accountability and internal learning
ML Jakobsen, M Baekgaard, DP Moynihan, N van Loon
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 1 (2), 127-141, 2018
352018
From red tape to which performance results? Exploring the relationship between red tape and various dimensions of performance in healthcare work units
NM Van Loon
Public Administration 95 (1), 60-77, 2017
172017
Is public service motivation related to overall and dimensional work-unit performance as indicated by supervisors?
NM Van Loon
International Public Management Journal 19 (1), 78-110, 2016
172016
Connecting governance and the front lines: How work pressure and autonomy matter for coping in different performance regimes
NM van Loon, ML Jakobsen
Public Administration 96 (3), 435-451, 2018
132018
Speaking up and activism among frontline employees: How professional coping influences work engagement and intent to leave among teachers
NM van Loon, M Heerema, M Weggemans, M Noordegraaf
The American Review of Public Administration 48 (4), 318-328, 2018
122018
Does public service motivation matter? A study of participation in various volunteering domains
PLM Leisink, E Knies, N van Loon
International Public Management Journal, 1-21, 2018
122018
Motivating employees using public service
W Vandenabeele, NM Van Loon
Handbook of Public Administration, 353-365, 2015
102015
The role of public service motivation in performance: Examining the potentials and pitfalls through an institutional approach
NM Van Loon
Utrecht University, 2015
72015
Proactieve ‘coping’ door publieke professionals
M Noordegraaf, NM Van Loon, M Heerema, M Weggemans
Beleid en Maatschappij 4, 2015
7*2015
Professioneel vermogen in het primair onderwijs
M Noordegraaf, N Van Loon, M Heerema, M Weggemans
Utrecht: USBO, 2015
62015
Professionals onder druk of professionele tegendruk?: Gebalanceerde motivatie voor de publieke zaak in professionele publieke dienstverlening
N van Loon, M Noordegraaf
B en M: tijdschrift voor beleid, politiek en maatschappij 41 (3), 205, 2014
52014
Stability not change: Improving frontline employee motivation through organizational reform is harder than it looks
NM van Loon, M Baekgaard, DP Moynihan
Public Administration 98 (3), 591-608, 2020
12020
Public Service Motivation of local government employees in the Netherlands and Belgium: The effect of national value-systems on PSM
NM van Loon
12010
Versterken van professioneel vermogen in het onderwijs
M Noordegraaf, N van Loon
Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2017
2017
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