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William Resh
William Resh
CC Crawford Prof of Management & Performance & Assoc Prof; Editor, JBPA; Director, CLEAR Initiative
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Assessing the past and promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for public management research: A research synthesis
S Fernandez, WG Resh, T Moldogaziev, ZW Oberfield
Public Administration Review 75 (3), 382-394, 2015
1812015
Presidential agendas, administrative strategies, and the bureaucracy
RF Durant, WG Resh
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, 2010
85*2010
Rethinking the administrative presidency: Trust, intellectual capital, and appointee-careerist relations in the George W. Bush administration
WG Resh
JHU Press, 2015
84*2015
Bureaucratic discretion, client demographics, and representative bureaucracy
JD Marvel, WG Resh
The American Review of Public Administration 45 (3), 281-310, 2015
612015
No solutions, only trade‐offs? Evidence about goal conflict in street‐level bureaucracies
WG Resh, DW Pitts
Public Administration Review 73 (1), 132-142, 2013
372013
A systems theory approach to innovation implementation: Why organizational location matters
TT Moldogaziev, WG Resh
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (4), 677-692, 2016
362016
The persistence of prosocial work effort as a function of mission match
WG Resh, JD Marvel, B Wen
Public Administration Review 78 (1), 116-125, 2018
342018
Loopholes to load-shed: Contract management capacity, representative bureaucracy, and goal displacement in federal procurement decisions
WG Resh, JD Marvel
International Public Management Journal 15 (4), 525-547, 2012
332012
Microbrook, mesobrook, macrobrook
S Jilke, AL Olsen, W Resh, S Siddiki
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 2 (4), 245-253, 2019
252019
An unconscious drive to help others? Using the implicit association test to measure prosocial motivation
JD Marvel, WD Resh
International Public Management Journal 22 (1), 29-70, 2019
232019
Does the network centrality of government actors matter? Examining the role of government organizations in aquaculture partnerships
W Resh, S Siddiki, WR McConnell
Review of Policy Research 31 (6), 584-609, 2014
182014
Appointee–Careerist Relations in the Presidential Transition of 2008‐2009
WG Resh
Presidential Studies Quarterly 44 (4), 697-723, 2014
172014
Frictions in polycentric administration with noncongruent borders: evidence from Ohio school district class sizes
JM Ross, JC Hall, WG Resh
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (3), 623-649, 2014
172014
Reversing the lens: Assessing the use of federal employee viewpoint survey in public administration research
W Resh, T Moldogaziev, S Fernandez, CA Leslie
Review of Public Personnel Administration 41 (1), 132-162, 2021
142021
Appointee vacancies in US executive branch agencies
WG Resh, GE Hollibaugh, PS Roberts, MM Dull
Journal of Public Policy 41 (4), 653-676, 2021
12*2021
Implicit and explicit motivation crowding in prosocial work
WG Resh, JD Marvel, B Wen
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (4), 889-919, 2019
122019
Faithful Infidelity:“Political Time,” George W. Bush, and the Paradox of “Big Government Conservatism”
RF Durant, EC Stazyk, WG Resh
Review of Public Personnel Administration 30 (4), 379-403, 2010
122010
The disarticulation of the administrative state (and public administration)
WG Resh
Administration & Society 51 (3), 347-370, 2019
92019
Introduction: Symposium on HRM,“big government conservatism,” and the personnel legacy of George W. Bush
RF Durant, EC Stazyk, WG Resh
Review of Public Personnel Administration 30 (4), 372-378, 2010
52010
Revisiting James Q. Wilson’s bureaucracy: Appointee politics and outcome observability
WG Resh, H Cho
Available at SSRN 3444698, 2020
42020
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