William Resh
William Resh
Associate Professor and C.C. Crawford Professor of Management and Performance
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Assessing the past and promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for public management research: A research synthesis
S Fernandez, WG Resh, T Moldogaziev, ZW Oberfield
Public Administration Review 75 (3), 382-394, 2015
Rethinking the administrative presidency: Trust, intellectual capital, and appointee-careerist relations in the George W. Bush administration
WG Resh
JHU Press, 2015
Bureaucratic discretion, client demographics, and representative bureaucracy
JD Marvel, WG Resh
The American Review of Public Administration 45 (3), 281-310, 2015
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency
GC Edwards III, WG Howell
OUP Oxford, 2009
No solutions, only trade‐offs? Evidence about goal conflict in street‐level bureaucracies
WG Resh, DW Pitts
Public Administration Review 73 (1), 132-142, 2013
A systems theory approach to innovation implementation: Why organizational location matters
TT Moldogaziev, WG Resh
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (4), 677-692, 2016
Loopholes to load-shed: Contract management capacity, representative bureaucracy, and goal displacement in federal procurement decisions
WG Resh, JD Marvel
International Public Management Journal 15 (4), 525-547, 2012
The persistence of prosocial work effort as a function of mission match
WG Resh, JD Marvel, B Wen
Public Administration Review 78 (1), 116-125, 2018
Presidential agendas, administrative strategies, and the bureaucracy
RF Durant, WG Resh
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, 2009
“Presidentializing” the bureaucracy
RF Durant, WG Resh
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, 2010
Does the network centrality of government actors matter? Examining the role of government organizations in aquaculture partnerships
W Resh, S Siddiki, WR McConnell
Review of Policy Research 31 (6), 584-609, 2014
An unconscious drive to help others? Using the Implicit Association Test to measure prosocial motivation
JD Marvel, WD Resh
International Public Management Journal 22 (1), 29-70, 2019
Frictions in polycentric administration with noncongruent borders: evidence from Ohio school district class sizes
JM Ross, JC Hall, WG Resh
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (3), 623-649, 2014
Appointee–Careerist Relations in the Presidential Transition of 2008‐2009
WG Resh
Presidential Studies Quarterly 44 (4), 697-723, 2014
Faithful Infidelity:“Political Time,” George W. Bush, and the Paradox of “Big Government Conservatism”
RF Durant, EC Stazyk, WG Resh
Review of Public Personnel Administration 30 (4), 379-403, 2010
Microbrook, mesobrook, macrobrook
S Jilke, AL Olsen, W Resh, S Siddiki
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 2 (4), 245-253, 2019
The disarticulation of the administrative state (and public administration)
WG Resh
Administration & Society 51 (3), 347-370, 2019
Reversing the lens: Assessing the use of federal employee viewpoint survey in public administration research
W Resh, T Moldogaziev, S Fernandez, CA Leslie
Review of Public Personnel Administration, 0734371X19865012, 2019
Introduction: Symposium on HRM,“big government conservatism,” and the personnel legacy of George W. Bush
RF Durant, EC Stazyk, WG Resh
Review of Public Personnel Administration 30 (4), 372-378, 2010
Implicit and explicit motivation crowding in prosocial work
WG Resh, JD Marvel, B Wen
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (4), 889-919, 2019
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