Leisha DeHart Davis
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Gender dimensions of public service motivation
L DeHart‐Davis, J Marlowe, SK Pandey
Public administration review 66 (6), 873-887, 2006
Red tape and public employees: Does perceived rule dysfunction alienate managers?
L DeHart-Davis, SK Pandey
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 15 (1), 133-148, 2005
Green tape: A theory of effective organizational rules
L DeHart-Davis
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (2), 361-384, 2009
The unbureaucratic personality
L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 67 (5), 892-903, 2007
Gender and organizational rule abidance
S Portillo, L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 69 (2), 339-347, 2009
Green tape and job satisfaction: Can organizational rules make employees happy?
L DeHart-Davis, RS Davis, Z Mohr
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (3), 849-876, 2015
Green tape and public employee rule abidance: Why organizational rule attributes matter
L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 69 (5), 901-910, 2009
Bureaucracy and public employee behavior: A case of local government
MK Feeney, L DeHart-Davis
Review of Public Personnel Administration 29 (4), 311-326, 2009
Wrestling with intellectual diversity in public administration: Avoiding disconnectedness and fragmentation while seeking rigor, depth, and relevance
R Nesbit, S Moulton, S Robinson, C Smith, L DeHart-Davis, MK Feeney, ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (suppl_1), i13-i28, 2011
Regulatory compliance and air quality permitting: Why do firms overcomply?
L DeHart-Davis, B Bozeman
Journal of public administration research and theory 11 (4), 471-508, 2001
Red tape and clean air: Title V air pollution permitting implementation as a test bed for theory development
B Bozeman, L DeHart-Davis
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 9 (1), 141-178, 1999
Can bureaucracy benefit organizational women? An exploratory study
L DeHart-Davis
Administration & Society 41 (3), 340-363, 2009
Written versus unwritten rules: the role of rule formalization in green tape
L DeHart-Davis, J Chen, TD Little
International Public Management Journal 16 (3), 331-356, 2013
Employers as mediating institutions for public policy: The case of commute options programs
L DeHart‐Davis, R Guensler
Policy Studies Journal 33 (4), 675-697, 2005
Managerial perceptions of privatization: Evidence from a state department of transportation
L DeHart-Davis, G Kingsley
State and Local Government Review 37 (3), 228-241, 2005
Inspection/Maintenance program evaluation: Replicating the Denver step method for an Atlanta fleet
EA Corley, L DeHart-Davis, J Lindner, MO Rodgers
Environmental science & technology 37 (12), 2801-2806, 2003
Creating effective rules in public sector organizations
L DeHart-Davis
Georgetown University Press, 2017
Formalization and consistency heighten organizational rule following: Experimental and survey evidence
EL Borry, L DeHart‐Davis, W Kaufmann, CC Merritt, Z Mohr, L Tummers
Public Administration 96 (2), 368-385, 2018
More than pathological formalization: Understanding organizational structure and red tape
W Kaufmann, EL Borry, L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 79 (2), 236-245, 2019
Evaluating vehicle inspection/maintenance programs using on-road emissions data: The Atlanta reference method
L Dehart-Davis, E Corley, MO Rodgers
Evaluation review 26 (2), 111-146, 2002
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