R. Karl Rethemeyer
R. Karl Rethemeyer
Dean & Professor, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Networks in public administration scholarship: Understanding where we are and where we need to go
KR Isett, IA Mergel, K LeRoux, PA Mischen, RK Rethemeyer
Journal of public administration research and theory 21 (suppl_1), i157-i173, 2011
The nature of the beast: Organizational structures and the lethality of terrorist attacks
V Asal, RK Rethemeyer
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 437-449, 2008
Network management reconsidered: An inquiry into management of network structures in public sector service provision
RK Rethemeyer, DM Hatmaker
Journal of public administration research and theory 18 (4), 617-646, 2008
Big data in public affairs
I Mergel, RK Rethemeyer, K Isett
Public Administration Review 76 (6), 928-937, 2016
Conceptualizing and measuring collaborative networks
RK Rethemeyer
Public Administration Review 65 (1), 117-121, 2005
The softest of targets: A study on terrorist target selection
VH Asal, RK Rethemeyer, I Anderson, A Stein, J Rizzo, M Rozea
Journal of Applied Security Research 4 (3), 258-278, 2009
Policymaking in the age of internet: Is the internet tending to make policy networks more or less inclusive?
RK Rethemeyer
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 17 (2), 259-284, 2007
Dilettantes, ideologues, and the weak: Terrorists who don't kill
V Asal, RK Rethemeyer
Conflict Management and Peace Science 25 (3), 244-263, 2008
Killing range: Explaining lethality variance within a terrorist organization
V Asal, P Gill, RK Rethemeyer, J Horgan
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (3), 401-427, 2015
The politics of connections: Assessing the determinants of social structure in policy networks
HH Park, RK Rethemeyer
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (2), 349-379, 2014
Connections can be toxic: Terrorist organizational factors and the pursuit of CBRN weapons
VH Asal, GA Ackerman, RK Rethemeyer
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 35 (3), 229-254, 2012
The empires strike back: is the internet corporatizing rather than democratizing policy processes?
RK Rethemeyer
Public Administration Review 67 (2), 199-215, 2007
With friends like these… why terrorist organizations ally
VH Asal, HH Park, RK Rethemeyer, G Ackerman
International Public Management Journal 19 (1), 1-30, 2016
Learning the ropes: Communities of practice and social networks in the public sector
DM Hatmaker, HH Park, RK Rethemeyer
International Public Management Journal 14 (4), 395-419, 2011
Carrots, sticks, and insurgent targeting of civilians
V Asal, BJ Phillips, RK Rethemeyer, C Simonelli, JK Young
Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (7), 1710-1735, 2019
Researching terrorist networks
V Asal, RK Rethemeyer
Journal of Security Education 1 (4), 65-74, 2006
Mobile trust, enacted relationships: social capital in a state-level policy network
DM Hatmaker, RK Rethemeyer
International Public Management Journal 11 (4), 426-462, 2008
The evolution of knowledge exchanges enabling successful practice change in two intensive care units
P Rangachari, M Madaio, RK Rethemeyer, P Wagner, L Hall, S Roy, ...
Health Care Management Review 40 (1), 65-78, 2015
Comparative configurational analysis as a two-mode network problem: A study of terrorist group engagement in the drug trade
RL Breiger, E Schoon, D Melamed, V Asal, RK Rethemeyer
Social Networks 36, 23-39, 2014
By the numbers: Assessing the nature of quantitative preparation in public policy, public administration, and public affairs doctoral education
RK Rethemeyer, NC Helbig
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2005
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