Lars Tummers
Lars Tummers
Professor of Public Management and Behavior at Utrecht University
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor uu.nl - Homepage
TitelGeciteerd doorJaar
A systematic review of co-creation and co-production: Embarking on the social innovation journey
WH Voorberg, VJJM Bekkers, LG Tummers
Public Management Review 17 (9), 1333-1357, 2015
6892015
Innovation in the public sector: A systematic review and future research agenda
H De Vries, V Bekkers, L Tummers
Public administration 94 (1), 146-166, 2016
4482016
The management of change in public organisations: A literature review
BS Kuipers, MJ Higgs, WJM Kickert, LG Tummers, J Grandia, J Voet
Public Administration, 1-45, 2014
3692014
Coping during public service delivery: A conceptualization and systematic review of the literature
LLG Tummers, V Bekkers, E Vink, M Musheno
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (4), 1099-1126, 2015
2062015
Behavioral public administration: Combining insights from public administration and psychology
S Grimmelikhuijsen, S Jilke, AL Olsen, L Tummers
Public Administration Review 77 (1), 45-56, 2017
2042017
Policy implementation, street-level bureaucracy, and the importance of discretion
L Tummers, V Bekkers
Public Management Review 16 (4), 527-547, 2014
1892014
Leadership and meaningful work in the public sector
LG Tummers, E Knies
Public Administration Review 73 (6), 859-868, 2013
1432013
Policy alienation of public professionals: Application in a new public management context
L Tummers, V Bekkers, B Steijn
Public Management Review 11 (5), 685-706, 2009
1422009
Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement new policies: A policy alienation framework
L Tummers
International Review of Administrative Sciences 77 (3), 555-581, 2011
1372011
Facing off with Scylla and Charybdis: a comparison of scalar, partial, and the novel possibility of approximate measurement invariance
R Van De Schoot, A Kluytmans, L Tummers, P Lugtig, J Hox, B Muthén
Frontiers in psychology 4, 770, 2013
1302013
From public innovation to social innovation in the public sector: A literature review of relevant drivers and barriers
V Bekkers, LG Tummers, WH Voorberg
Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2013
1242013
Quantitative methods in public administration: Their use and development through time
S Groeneveld, L Tummers, B Bronkhorst, T Ashikali, S Van Thiel
International Public Management Journal 18 (1), 61-86, 2015
1182015
Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurement
L Tummers
Public Administration Review 72 (4), 516-525, 2012
1022012
Why do nurses intend to leave their organization? A large‐scale analysis in long‐term care
LG Tummers, SM Groeneveld, M Lankhaar
Journal of Advanced Nursing 69 (12), 2826-2838, 2013
1002013
Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement public policies: Content, context, and personality characteristics
L Tummers, B Steijn, V Bekkers
Public Administration 90 (3), 716-736, 2012
892012
The effects of work alienation on organisational commitment, work effort and work‐to‐family enrichment
L G. Tummers, L Den Dulk
Journal of nursing management 21 (6), 850-859, 2013
872013
Organizational climate and employee mental health outcomes: A systematic review of studies in health care organizations
B Bronkhorst, L Tummers, B Steijn, D Vijverberg
Health care management review 40 (3), 254-271, 2015
732015
Policy alienation and the power of professionals: Confronting new policies
L Tummers
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013
712013
Social innovation in the public sector: an integrative framework
V Bekkers, LG Tummers, BG Stuijfzand, W Voorberg
LIPSE Working articles, 2013
702013
Contextualizing co-production of health care: a systematic literature review
R Palumbo
International Journal of Public Sector Management 29 (1), 72-90, 2016
662016
Het systeem kan de bewerking nu niet uitvoeren. Probeer het later opnieuw.
Artikelen 1–20