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Nicolai (Nick) Petrovsky
Nicolai (Nick) Petrovsky
Associate Professor, Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong
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Democracy and government performance: Holding incumbents accountable in English local governments
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
The Journal of Politics 71 (4), 1273-1284, 2009
2112009
Public service motivation and performance: a critical perspective
N Petrovsky, A Ritz
Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, 2014
143*2014
Top management turnover and organizational performance: A test of a contingency model
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Administration Review 71 (4), 572-581, 2011
1312011
When and how the fighting stops: Explaining the duration and outcome of civil wars
PT Brandt, TD Mason, M Gurses, N Petrovsky, D Radin
Defence and Peace Economics 19 (6), 415-434, 2008
1212008
Does public service performance affect top management turnover?
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (suppl_2), i261-i279, 2010
912010
Does political change affect senior management turnover? An empirical analysis of top‐tier local authorities in England
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Administration 88 (1), 136-153, 2010
832010
Best practice recommendations for replicating experiments in public administration
RM Walker, GA Brewer, MJ Lee, N Petrovsky, A Van Witteloostuijn
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 29 (4), 609-626, 2019
762019
New leaders’ managerial background and the performance of public organizations: The theory of publicness fit
N Petrovsky, O James, GA Boyne
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (1), 217-236, 2015
682015
Citizen expectations and satisfaction in a young democracy: A test of the expectancy‐disconfirmation model
N Petrovsky, JY Mok, F León‐Cázares
Public Administration Review 77 (3), 395-407, 2017
502017
The politics of agency death: Ministers and the survival of government agencies in a parliamentary system
O James, N Petrovsky, A Moseley, GA Boyne
British Journal of Political Science 46 (4), 763-784, 2016
452016
Party control, party competition and public service performance
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
British Journal of Political Science 42 (3), 641-660, 2012
272012
Leadership succession and organizational success: when do new chief executives make a difference?
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Money & Management 31 (5), 339-346, 2011
222011
What explains agency heads’ length of tenure? Testing managerial background, performance, and political environment effects
N Petrovsky, O James, A Moseley, GA Boyne
Public Administration Review 77 (4), 591-602, 2017
212017
Mayoral public sector work experience and tax collection performance in Colombian local governments
N Petrovsky, CN Avellaneda
International Public Management Journal 17 (2), 145-173, 2014
202014
Measurement equivalence in replications of experiments: When and why it matters and guidance on how to determine equivalence
S Jilke, N Petrovsky, B Meuleman, O James
Public Management Review 19 (9), 1293-1310, 2017
192017
The Paradoxical Success of Performance Management in English Local Government
G Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Paradoxes of modernization: Unintended consequences of public policy reform, 203, 2010
192010
The Paradoxical Success of Performance Management in English Local Government
G Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Paradoxes of modernization: Unintended consequences of public policy reform, 203, 2010
192010
Executive succession in English local government
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Money and Management 28 (5), 267-274, 2008
172008
The expectancy‐disconfirmation model and citizen satisfaction with public services: A meta‐analysis and an agenda for best practice
J Zhang, W Chen, N Petrovsky, RM Walker
Public Administration Review 82 (1), 147-159, 2022
152022
Enhancing methodological reporting in public administration: The functional equivalents framework
V Mele, M Esteve, S Lee, G Bel, G Cappellaro, N Petrovsky, SM Ospina
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (8), 811-824, 2020
82020
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