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Submissions from 2016

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Motivating Public Service Employees in the Era of the New Normal, Trenton J. Davis and Gerald T. Gabris

Submissions from 2015

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An Integrated Framework for Intersectorality: Nonprofitness and Its Influence on Society and Public Administration Programs, Robbie Robichau, Kandyce M. Fernandez, and Patsy Kraeger

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Chapter Nine: Establishing Community-based Organizations, M. West, Patsy Kraeger, and T. Dahlstrom

Submissions from 2014

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Of Politics, Self-Preservation, and Symbolism: An Investigation of Jurisdiction-Stripping and Legislative Redistricting, Brett W. Curry and Trenton J. Davis

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Understanding the Compensation of Nonprofit Executive Directors: Influence of Performance on Organizational Characteristics, Nathan Grasse, Trenton J. Davis, and Douglas M. Ihrke

Submissions from 2013

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Why Evasion under a National Sales Tax Would Explode the Tax Gap: Lessons Learned from the States, P. Cary Christian

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Governance and Organizational Effectiveness: Toward a Theory of Government Performance, Laurence E. Lynn Jr. and Robbie W. Robichau

Submissions from 2012

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Gender Disparity in Professional City Management: Making the Case for Enhancing Leadership Curriculum, LeAnn Beaty and Trenton J. Davis

Submissions from 2011

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What Makes Municipal Councils Effective? An Empirical Analysis of How Council Members Perceive Their Group Interactions and Processes, Kimberly L. Nelson, Gerald T. Gabris, and Trenton J. Davis

Submissions from 2010

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Demand Versus Supply: Assessing the Capacity of MPA Programs to Satisfy the Growing Need for Professional Management in Local Government, Gerald T. Gabris, Trenton J. Davis, and Kimberly L. Nelson