Public Administration and Development

Papers
(The TQCC of Public Administration and Development is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Urban renewal as policy innovation in China: From growth stimulation to sustainable development39
The COVID‐19 pandemic: Time for a universal basic income?27
Recontextualizing street‐level bureaucracy in the developing world23
Cross the river by feeling the stones: How did nonlocal grassroots nonprofits overcome administrative barriers to provide quick responses to COVID‐19?12
All‐of‐government response to the COVID‐19 pandemic: The case of Vietnam11
The impact of public sector accounting reform on corruption: Causal evidence from subnational Indonesia11
Public administration, context and innovation: A framework of analysis11
Policy improvisation: How frontline workers cope with public service gaps in developing countries—The case of Mexico's Prospera program11
Street‐level bureaucrats in a relational state: The case of Bougainville10
Towards virtuous and ethical organisational performance in the context of corruption: A case study in the public sector10
The institutionalization and effectiveness of transnational policy transfer: The China–Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park as a case study9
‘Post‐NPM’ by force or fiat? A comparison of administrative reform trajectories in Brazil and Mexico18
When street‐level implementation meets systemic corruption8
How does policy innovation diffuse among Chinese local governments? A qualitative comparative analysis of River Chief Innovation8
Open government and the right to information: Implications for transparency and accountability in Asia7
Do visiting monks give better sermons? “Street‐level bureaucrats from higher‐up” in targeted poverty alleviation in China7
Isomorphic dynamics in national action plans on antimicrobial resistance7
Localisation of the Sustainable Development Goals in an emerging nation7
The politicization of civil service recruitment and promotion in Vietnam7
Decentralized governance and collective action dilemma: Sub‐national governments' responses to COVID‐19 in China7
Can service providing NGOs build democracy? Five contingent features7
Fifty years of capacity building: Taking stock and moving research forward17
Discretion on the frontlines of the implementation of the Ghana School Feeding Programme: Street‐Level Bureaucrats adapting to austerity in northern Ghana7
Context and innovation in traditional bureaucracies: A Hong Kong study6
The forms of decommodification and (de)familisation measures during COVID‐19: What is the impact on female's welfare?6
Civil society and democratization: The role of service‐providing organizations amid closing civic spaces6
Local response to the COVID‐19 pandemic: The case of Nepal6
Social conflict on the front lines of reform: Institutional activism and girls' education in rural India5
Decentralization: A handicap in fighting the COVID‐19 pandemic? The response of the regional governments in Spain5
“Fairness” in an unequal society: Welfare workers, labor inspectors and the embedded moralities of street‐level bureaucracy in Argentina5
Fiscal decentralization, intergovernmental mobility, and the innovativeness of local governments' policy response in COVID‐19: Evidence from China4
Capturing South Africa's developmental state: State‐society relations and responses to state capture4
A glimpse of light in darkness: Performance‐based accountability in Bangladesh public administration4
Domestic resource mobilisation strategies of national non‐governmental organisations in Ghana4
Interpreting lived experiences: The dilemmas of public sector leaders4
Accountability and transparency in emerging countries: Governance, democratic currents and change4
From women for women: The role of social media in online nonprofit activities during Wuhan lockdown4
Public service ethics, values and spirituality in developing and transitional countries: Challenges and opportunities4
Entrepreneurship‐driven public management reforms in Southeast Asia: Critical implications for public accountability4
New developments at Public Administration and Development4
The role of local governments in South Korea's COVID‐19 response4
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