ISSN 0033-3352 (Print); ISSN: 1540-6210 (Online)
on behalf of
the American Society for Public Administration
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