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Remembering Our Colleague, William Duncombe
Perry, James L.
Leading Change by Including Stakeholders
Targeting Gun Violence
Lessons from Leadership Theory and the Contemporary Challenges of Leaders
Van Wart, Montgomery
Commentary: From Theory to Practice—The Federal Executive Board: Leadership in Action
Contemporary Challenges in Local Government: Evolving Roles and Responsibilities, Structures, and Processes
Nalbandian, John; O'Neill, Robert; Michael Wilkes, J.; Kaufman, Amanda
The Effect of Transparency on Trust in Government: A Cross‐National Comparative Experiment
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan; Porumbescu, Gregory; Hong, Boram; Im, Tobin
Commentary: Transparency and Trust in Government from the Vantage Point of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences
Collaborative Procurement: A Relational View of Buyer–Buyer Relationships
Walker, Helen; Schotanus, Fredo; Bakker, Elmer; Harland, Christine
Commentary: Parallels and Differences in Buyer Relationships from a North American and Association Perspective
Do High‐Reliability Systems Have Lower Error Rates? Evidence from Commercial Aircraft Accidents
O'Neil, Patrick D.; Kriz, Kenneth A.
Taking the High Ground:
Aldrich, Daniel P.; Crook, Kevin
Commentary: Observations by a Practitioner
Zensinger, Laurence W.
Does Performance Management Lead to Better Outcomes? Evidence from the U.S. Public Transit Industry
Poister, Theodore H.; Pasha, Obed Q.; Edwards, Lauren Hamilton
Commentary: Performance‐Based Management: On the Rise in the Public Transportation Industry
Melaniphy, Michael P.
The Rise and Fall of Radical Civil Service Reform in the U.S. States
McGrath, Robert J.
Commentary: Does “Radical Civil Service Reform” Really Abandon Merit?
Coordinated Government Responding to Terrorism
Reclaiming Constitutional Government and Public Administration Space
Newland, Chester A.
Fat Tails, Plastic Bags, and Barnacles: Environmental Economics Decoded
Stars and Webs: Can Networks Solve Public Sector Problems?
Why Helping Others Is a Path to Success