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Anna Amirkhanyan
Anna Amirkhanyan
Professor of Public Administration and Policy, School of Public Affairs, American University
Verified email at american.edu
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Does the public sector outperform the nonprofit and for‐profit sectors? Evidence from a national panel study on nursing home quality and access
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2008
2772008
Caregiver stress and noncaregiver stress: Exploring the pathways of psychiatric morbidity
AA Amirkhanyan, DA Wolf
The Gerontologist 43 (6), 817-827, 2003
2122003
Parent care and the stress process: Findings from panel data
AA Amirkhanyan, DA Wolf
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2006
1992006
Collaborative performance measurement: Examining and explaining the prevalence of collaboration in state and local government contracts
AA Amirkhanyan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (3), 523-554, 2009
1922009
The performance puzzle: Understanding the factors influencing alternative dimensions and views of performance
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (1), 1-34, 2014
1032014
Demographic change and its public sector consequences
DA Wolf, AA Amirkhanyan
Public Administration Review 70, s12-s23, 2010
952010
Privatizing public nursing homes: Examining the effects on quality and access
A Amirkhanyan
Public Administration Review 68 (4), 665-680, 2008
912008
Monitoring across sectors: examining the effect of nonprofit and for‐profit contractor ownership on performance monitoring in state and local contracts
AA Amirkhanyan
Public Administration Review 70 (5), 742-755, 2010
802010
Closer than “arms length” understanding the factors associated with collaborative contracting
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
The American Review of Public Administration 42 (3), 341-366, 2012
742012
Management and performance in US nursing homes
AA Amirkhanyan, KJ Meier, LJ O’Toole Jr, MA Dakhwe, S Janzen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (1), 33-49, 2018
682018
Putting the pieces together: A comprehensive framework for understanding the decision to contract out and contractor performance
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
International Journal of Public Administration 30 (6-7), 699-725, 2007
652007
What is the effect of performance measurement on perceived accountability effectiveness in state and local government contracts?
AA Amirkhanyan
Public Performance & Management Review 35 (2), 303-339, 2011
622011
The smart-seller challenge: Exploring the determinants of privatizing public nursing homes
AA Amirkhanyan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 17 (3), 501-527, 2007
522007
Faith-based assumptions about performance: Does church affiliation matter for service quality and access?
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 38 (3), 490-521, 2009
492009
Do relationships matter? Assessing the association between relationship design and contractor performance
AA Amirkhanyan, HJ Kim, KT Lambright
Public Performance & Management Review 34 (2), 189-220, 2010
462010
Citizen participation in the age of contracting: When service delivery trumps democracy
AA Amirkhanyan, KT Lambright
Routledge, 2017
402017
Sector bias and the credibility of performance information: An experimental study of elder care provision
KJ Meier, M Song, JA Davis, AA Amirkhanyan
Public Administration Review 82 (1), 69-82, 2022
332022
Managing in the regulatory thicket: Regulation legitimacy and expertise
AA Amirkhanyan, KJ Meier, LJ O'Toole Jr
Public Administration Review 77 (3), 381-394, 2017
302017
Managing racial diversity: Matching internal strategies with environmental needs
AA Amirkhanyan, SB Holt, AM McCrea, KJ Meier
Public Administration Review 79 (1), 69-81, 2019
272019
Learning on the job: The impact of job tenure and management strategies on nursing home performance
AA Amirkhanyan, SH An, BA Hawks, KJ Meier
Administration & Society 52 (4), 593-630, 2020
202020
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