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Martin J. Williams
Martin J. Williams
Associate Professor in Public Management, University of Oxford
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The political economy of unfinished development projects: Corruption, clientelism, or collective choice?
MJ Williams
American Political Science Review 111 (4), 705-723, 2017
1832017
The social and economic impacts of South Africa’s child support grant (Extended Version)
MJ Williams
Economic Policy Research Institute Working Paper 39, 2007
1202007
Beyond state capacity: bureaucratic performance, policy implementation and reform
MJ Williams
Journal of Institutional Economics 17 (2), 339-357, 2021
972021
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
842020
Management, organizational performance, and task clarity: Evidence from ghana’s civil service
I Rasul, D Rogger, MJ Williams
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 31 (2), 259-277, 2021
662021
External validity and policy adaptation: From impact evaluation to policy design
MJ Williams
The World Bank Research Observer 35 (2), 158-191, 2020
502020
Management and bureaucratic effectiveness: Evidence from the ghanaian civil service
I Rasul, D Rogger, MJ Williams
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2018
382018
Quantitative analysis of the impact of the child support grant
M Samson, C Heinrich, M Williams, S Kaniki, T Muzondo, K Mac Quene, ...
Economic Policy Research Institute, Cape Town, 2008
382008
Four lenses on people management in the public sector: An evidence review and synthesis
AJ Ali, J Fuenzalida, M Gómez, MJ Williams
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 37 (2), 335-366, 2021
372021
Can training improve organizational culture? Experimental evidence from Ghana’s civil service
M Azulai, I Rasul, D Rogger, MJ Williams
Documento de trabajo, 2020
292020
Systems approaches to public service delivery: Lessons from health, education, and infrastructure
Z Mansoor, MJ Williams
Systems of public service delivery in developing countries 6, 2018
282018
Innovation, voice, and hierarchy in the public sector: Evidence from Ghana's civil service
MJ Williams, L Yecalo‐Tecle
Governance 33 (4), 789-807, 2020
242020
From institutions to organizations: Management and informality in Ghana’s public bureaucracies
MJ Williams
Oxford University Blavatnik School of Government Working Paper. Retrieved …, 2015
192015
Management and bureaucratic effectiveness: a scientific replication
I Rasul, D Rogger, MJ Williams
Under review: Economic Journal 2 (5), 2017
162017
Beyond ‘context matters’: Context and external validity in impact evaluation
MJ Williams
World Development 127, 104833, 2020
132020
Bricks-and-mortar institutions matter: project delivery and unfinished infrastructure in Ghana’s local governments
MJ Williams
International Growth Center Policy Brief, November, file:///C:/Users …, 2015
132015
Impacts of South Africa’s Child Support Grant
M Samson, C Heinrich
Social Protection for Africa’s Children, 141-170, 2010
132010
International pediatric COVID-19 severity over the course of the pandemic
Y Zhu, FJ Almeida, JK Baillie, AC Bowen, PN Britton, ME Brizuela, ...
JAMA pediatrics 177 (10), 1073-1084, 2023
122023
The (Missing?) Role of Institutions in Behavioral Public Administration: A Roundtable Discourse
A Bertelli, N Riccucci, P Canterelli, M Cucciniello, C Grose, P John, ...
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 5 (1), 2022
112022
Delivery approaches to improving policy implementation: A conceptual framework
MJ Williams, C Leaver, Z Mansoor, D Qarout, A Bilous, K Mundy, M Asim, ...
Education Commission, University of Oxford, UKAid, 2020
102020
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