Kaifeng Yang
Kaifeng Yang
Professor of Public Administration, Florida State University
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The performance–trust link: Implications for performance measurement
K Yang, M Holzer
Public Administration Review 66 (1), 114-126, 2006
Handbook of research methods in public administration
K Yang, GJ Miller
CRC, 2007
Public administrators' trust in citizens: A missing link in citizen involvement efforts
K Yang
Public Administration Review 65 (3), 273-285, 2005
Citizen involvement efforts and bureaucratic responsiveness: Participatory values, stakeholder pressures, and administrative practicality
K Yang, K Callahan
Public Administration Review 67 (2), 249-264, 2007
Managerial Effectiveness of Government Performance Measurement: Testing a Middle‐Range Model
K Yang, JY Hsieh
Public Administration Review 67 (5), 861-879, 2007
The state of public strategic management research: A selective literature review and set of future directions
JM Bryson, FS Berry, K Yang
The American Review of Public Administration 40 (5), 495-521, 2010
Further Dissecting the Black Box of Citizen Participation: When Does Citizen Involvement Lead to Good Outcomes?
K Yang, SK Pandey
Public Administration Review 71 (6), 880-892, 2011
Linking management reform with employee job satisfaction: Evidence from federal agencies
K Yang, A Kassekert
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (2), 413-436, 2010
Performance regimes amidst governance complexity
DP Moynihan, S Fernandez, S Kim, KM LeRoux, SJ Piotrowski, BE Wright, ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (suppl 1), i141-i155, 2011
Performance measurement and improvement: An assessment of the state of the art
M Holzer, K Yang
International Review of Administrative Sciences 70 (1), 15-31, 2004
How do perceived political environment and administrative reform affect employee commitment?
K Yang, SK Pandey
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (2), 335-360, 2009
Assessing citizen involvement efforts by local governments
K Yang, K Callahan
Public Performance & Management Review 29 (2), 191-216, 2005
Accountability when hierarchical authority is absent
M Acar, C Guo, K Yang
The American Review of Public Administration 38 (1), 3-23, 2008
Trust and Citizen Involvement Decisions
K Yang
Administration & Society 38 (5), 573-595, 2006
Neoinstitutionalism and e-government
K Yang
Social Science Computer Review 21 (4), 432-442, 2003
E-government for better performance: Promises, realities, and challenges
K Yang, SY Rho
International Journal of Public Administration 30 (11), 1197-1217, 2007
Public service motivation (PSM) and support for citizen participation: A test of Perry and Vandenabeele’s reformulation of PSM theory
D Coursey, K Yang, SK Pandey
Public Administration Review, 2012
Examining perceived honest performance reporting by public organizations: Bureaucratic politics and organizational practice
K Yang
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (1), 81-105, 2009
Further Understanding Accountability in Public Organizations: Actionable Knowledge and the Structure–Agency Duality
K Yang
Administration & Society, 2011
Introduction to the symposium: Accountability and performance measurement: The evolving role of nonprofits in the hollow state
J Alexander, JL Brudney, K Yang
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 2010
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