American Review of Public Administration

(The TQCC of American Review of Public Administration is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Why Do Countries Respond Differently to COVID-19? A Comparative Study of Sweden, China, France, and Japan146
Lessons From South Korea’s Covid-19 Policy Response87
Lessons From COVID-19 Responses in East Asia: Institutional Infrastructure and Enduring Policy Instruments73
Trump, COVID-19, and the War on Expertise56
A Failure of Political Communication Not a Failure of Bureaucracy: The Danger of Presidential Misinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic55
Crisis Coordination and the Role of Social Media in Response to COVID-19 in Wuhan, China52
“Go Hard, Go Early”: Preliminary Lessons From New Zealand’s Response to COVID-1949
Public Administration and Creeping Crises: Insights From COVID-19 Pandemic in Italy45
The Politics of Open Government Data: Understanding Organizational Responses to Pressure for More Transparency45
Singapore’s Responses to the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Critical Assessment39
Citizen–State Collaboration in Combating COVID-19 in China: Experiences and Lessons From the Perspective of Co-Production36
How Local Governments Are Caring for the Homeless During the COVID-19 Pandemic35
Elucidating the Linkages Between Entrepreneurial Orientation and Local Government Sustainability Performance32
Administering Public Participation31
Challenges to Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations and Takeaways Amid the COVID-19 Experience31
Integrating Government Silos: Local Emergency Management and Public Health Department Collaboration for Emergency Planning and Response30
Police Use of Force Interactions: Is Race Relevant or Gender Germane?30
Federalism in a Time of Plague: How Federal Systems Cope With Pandemic30
When Collaboration Is Risky Business: The Influence of Collaboration Risks on Formal and Informal Collaboration30
Federalism, Intergovernmental Relationships, and Emergency Response: A Comparison of Australia and the United States29
Supervision of Telework: A Key to Organizational Performance28
Seeking Patterns in Chaos: Transactional Federalism in the Trump Administration’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic27
Cooperation and Conflict in State and Local Innovation During COVID-1927
Addressing the Increase of Domestic Violence and Abuse During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Need for Empathy, Care, and Social Equity in Collaborative Planning and Responses26
Learning From the Past: Distributed Cognition and Crisis Management Capabilities for Tackling COVID-1926
Communication for Coproduction: Increasing Information Credibility to Fight the Coronavirus25
Medical Supply Acquisition in Italy and the United States in the Era of COVID-19: The Case for Strategic Procurement and Public–Private Partnerships25
What Can COVID-19 Tell Us About Evidence-Based Management?22
The Erosion of Trust During a Global Pandemic and How Public Administrators Should Counter It22
Cracks in the System: The Effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Public Health Systems21
Collaborative Governance and the Challenges of Network-Based Research21
The Importance of Social Equity to Prevent a Hollow Public Administration19
If Someone Else Pays for Overhead, Do Donors Still Care?19
How Do Organizational Capabilities Sustain Continuous Innovation in a Public Setting?18
Can Technology Work for Policing? Citizen Perceptions of Police-Body Worn Cameras18
Do Advanced Information Technologies Produce Equitable Government Responses in Coproduction: An Examination of 311 Systems in 15 U.S. Cities18
“Squandered in Real Time”: How Public Management Theory Underestimated the Public Administration–Politics Dichotomy18
Fostering Voluntary Compliance in the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Analytical Framework of Information Disclosure17
Supply Chain Manipulation, Misrepresentation, and Magical Thinking During the COVID-19 Pandemic17
How the United States Flunked the COVID-19 Test: Some Observations and Several Lessons17
From Uncoordinated Patchworks to a Coordinated System: MERS-CoV to COVID-19 in Korea17
Always Connected: Technology Use Increases Technostress Among Public Managers17
Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Tale of Two Cities16
Administrative Response to Consequences of COVID-19 Emergency Responses: Observations and Implications From Gender-Based Violence in Argentina16
In the Shadow of the Government: The Chinese Nonprofit Sector in the COVID-19 Crisis16
Strategic Management in Public Organizations: Profiling the Public Entrepreneur as Strategist14
Creating Guardians or Warriors? Examining the Effects of Non-Stress Training on Policing Outcomes13
Whistleblowing Policies in American States: A Nationwide Analysis13
Government Financial Management and the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Comparative Look at South Korea and the United States13
The U.S. Federal Response to COVID-19 During the First 3 Months of the Outbreak: Was an Evidence-Based Approach an Option?12
Managing a Pandemic at a Less Than Global Scale: Governors Take the Lead12
Public Administration Training in Basic Police Academies: A 50-State Comparative Analysis12
Urban Renewal and “Ghetto” Development in Baltimore: Two Sides of the Same Coin12
Government Employees’ Experience and Expectation of COVID-19 Hardships: The Moderating Role of Gender and Race in the United States12
Sense or Sensibility? Different Approaches to Cope With the COVID-19 Pandemic12