Dan Honig
Dan Honig
Associate Professor of Public Policy (UCL & Georgetown McCourt)
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Navigation by Judgment: Why and when Top Down Management of Foreign Aid Doesn't Work
D Honig
Oxford University Press, 2018
When Reporting Undermines Performance: The Costs of Politically Constrained Organizational Autonomy in Foreign Aid Implementation
D Honig
International Organization 73 (1), 171-201, 2019
An agenda for the study of Public Administration in Developing Countries
AM Bertelli, M Hassan, D Honig, D Rogger, MJ Williams
Governance 33 (4), 735-748, 2020
A Race to the Top? The Aid Transparency Index and the Social Power of Global Performance Indicators
D Honig, C Weaver
International Organization, 1-32, 2019
Making good on donors’ desire to Do Development Differently
D Honig, N Gulrajani
Third World Quarterly 39 (1), 68-84, 2018
Information, power, and location: World Bank staff decentralization and aid project success
D Honig
Governance 33 (4), 749-769, 2020
Flight to safety: COVID-induced changes in the intensity of status quo preference and voting behavior
J Bisbee, D Honig
American Political Science Review 116 (1), 70-86, 2022
Case Study Design and Analysis as a Complementary Empirical Strategy to Econometric Analysis in the Study of Public Agencies: Deploying Mutually Supportive Mixed Methods
D Honig
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 29 (2), 299-317, 2019
When does transparency improve institutional performance? Evidence from 20,000 projects in 183 countries
D Honig, R Lall, BC Parks
American Journal of Political Science 67 (4), 1096-1116, 2023
The Limits of Accounting-Based Accountability in Education (and Far Beyond): Why More Accounting Will Rarely Solve Accountability Problems
D Honig, L Pritchett
Center for Global Development Working Papers, 2019
Evidence from Lagos on Discrimination across Ethnic and Class Identities in Informal Trade
S Grossman, D Honig
World Development 96, 520-528, 2017
Supportive management practice and intrinsic motivation go together in the public service
D Honig
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (13), e2015124118, 2021
Flight to safety: 2020 democratic primary election results and COVID-19
J Bisbee, D Honig
Covid Economics 3 (10), 54-84, 2020
Navigating by judgment: Organizational structure, autonomy, and country context in delivering foreign aid
D Honig
What motivates highly trained child welfare professionals to stay or leave?
L Boraggina-Ballard, J Sobeck, D Honig
Children and Youth Services Review 124, 105958, 2021
Reforming donors in fragile states: using public management theory more strategically
N Gulrajani, D Honig
London: Overseas Development Institute, 2016
Managing for Motivation as Public Performance Improvement Strategy in Education & Far Beyond
D Honig
CID Faculty Working Paper Series, 2022
Actually Navigating by Judgment: Towards a New Paradigm of Donor Accountability Where the Current System Doesn’t Work
D Honig
CGD Policy Paper 169, 2020
The power of letting go
D Honig
Stanford Social Innovation Review. https://www. alnap. org/help-libra ry/the …, 2019
More Autonomy for Donor Organizations & Their Agents (Sometimes): Bringing Organizational Behavior and Management Theory to Foreign Aid Delivery
Next Horizons Essay Competition, 2014
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