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Abonyi, G., & Van Slyke, D. M. (2010). Governing on the edges: Globalization of production and the challenge to public administration in the twenty-first century. Public Administration Review, 70s, S33–S45.
Bellé, N. (2014). Leading to make a difference: A field experiement on the performance effects of transformational leadership, perceived social impact, and public service motivation. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24(1), 109.
Dunn, W. N., & Miller, D. Y. (2007). A critique of the new public management and the neo-Weberian state: Advancing a critical theory of administrative reform. Public Organization Review, 7(4), 345–358.
Johnson III., P., & Bonnego, E. (2009). Public administration and the increased need for cultural competencies in the twenty-first century. Adminstrative Theory and Praxis, (M. E. Sharpe), 31(2), 206–221.
Packard, T., Patti, R., Daly, D., & Tucker-Tatlow, J. (2012). Organizational change for services integration in public human service organizations: Experiences in seven counties. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 34(4), 471–525.
Perry, J. L., Hondeghem, A., & Wise, L. R. (2010). Revisiting the motivational bases of public service: Twenty years of research and an agenda for the future. Public Administration Review, 70(5), 681–690.
Rice, M. F. (2008). A primer for developing a public agency service ethos of cultural competency in public services programming and public services delivery. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 14(1), 21–38.
Tummers, L., Steijn, B., & Bekkers, V. (2012). Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement public policies, content, context, and personality characteristics. Public Administration, 90(3), 716–736.
Vigoda-Gadot, E. (2007). Citizens’ perceptions of politics and ethics in public administration: A five-year national study of their relationship to satisfaction with services, trust in governance, and voice orientations. Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory, 17(2), 285–305.
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