Australian Journal of Public Administration

(The TQCC of Australian Journal of Public Administration is 3. 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 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Trust in government increased during the Covid‐19 pandemic in Australia and New Zealand71
Will working from home become the ‘new normal’ in the public sector?24
Different paradigms of evidence and knowledge: Recognising, honouring, and celebrating Indigenous ways of knowing and being21
Extent of sustainability disclosure by Australian public universities: Inclusive analysis of key reporting media17
Administering inequality? The National Disability Insurance Scheme and administrative burdens on individuals16
Debt by design: The anatomy of a social policy fiasco – Or was it something worse?15
The effects of national cultures on two technologically advanced countries: The case of e‐leadership in South Korea and the United States13
Public sector innovation in the Asia‐pacific trends, challenges, and opportunities13
More ethical, more innovative? The effects of ethical culture and ethical leadership on realized innovation12
Public sector innovation, e‐government, and anticorruption in China and India: Insights from civil servants11
Why do street‐level bureaucrats risk themselves for others? The case of Israeli police officers11
Independent review of emergency economic stimulus measures: Global Financial Crisis and COVID‐1910
Learning to learn from bushfire: Perspectives from Victorian emergency management practitioners8
Telemedicine co‐design and value co‐creation in public health care8
Organisations adapting to dual aspirations of individualisation and collaboration in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) market8
Conceptualising policy for sustainable agriculture development7
Comparing the role of personal and organisational support on the innovative behaviour of frontline healthcare workers in Australia and the United States7
Direct and non‐linear innovation effects of demographic shifts7
Building a culture of innovation: How do agency leadership and management systems promote innovative activities within the government?7
Does the talk match the walk for Australian local government employees: The link between leadership and employee well‐being7
Explaining citizens’ pro‐environmental behaviours in public and private spheres: The mediating role of willingness to sacrifice for the environment7
Stakeholder perceptions of policy implementation for Indigenous health and cultural safety: A study of Australia's ‘Closing the Gap’ policies6
Public entrepreneurship and organizational performance in Asia: Do entreprneurial leadership, ethical climate and Confucian values matter in Korea and China6
Building capacity in indigenous governance: Comparing the Australian and American experiences6
Participation: Add‐on or core component of public service delivery?6
JobKeeper: The Australian Short‐Time Work Program6
Australian local governments and climate emergency declarations: Reviewing local government practice6
Hiding in plain sight: Vulnerability, public administration, and the case of Covid‐19 hotel quarantine6
Systemic design in the Australian Taxation Office – Current practice and opportunities6
An empirical analysis of municipal efficiency and local resident satisfaction by council type in Victorian local government6
Politicisation of the public service during democratic backsliding: Alternative perspectives5
Maintaining neutrality in the Minister's office5
Public management in turbulent times: COVID‐19 as an ecosystem disruptor5
Australian rural community aged care services: Precarity and capacity5
Dynamic interplay between contractual and relational governance: An empirical study in Australian healthcare outsourcing5
Uber in Queensland: From policy fortress to policy change4
What is in a form? Examining the complexity of application forms and administrative burden4
Combining project and process management in PPP network: Relationship between management style and outcome4
Public Wi‐Fi provision by Australian local government authorities4
Predictors of work engagement: Drawing on job demands–resources theory and public service motivation4
Legislating deliberative engagement: Is local government in Victoria willing and able?4
Royal commissions and policy influence4
Preferred policy options to assist post‐COVID‐19 mental health recovery: A population study4
Does performance measurement improve public sector performance? A case of Australian government agencies3
Understanding the secondary supply of alcohol as a wicked policy problem: The unique case of the Banned Drinker Register in the Northern Territory3
Addressing Australia's collaboration ‘problem’: Is there a Brave New World of innovation policy post COVID‐19?3
Why information and transparency about electricity matter: Fragmentation of governance and accountability under New Public Management3
Building people up: Growth‐oriented leadership in the public sector3
Did amalgamation make local government more fit for the future?3
Between dogma and doubt: A meta‐synthesis of innovation in the public sector3
Public administration reform for Aboriginal affairs: An institutionalist analysis3
Regulating the post‐employment of public officials: Australian experience in an international context3
Participation in change, job characteristics, and hedonic well‐being of senior public managers: The moderation effect of change information3
The future of working from home in the public sector: What does the evidence tell us?3
E‐participation for combating corruption, increasing voice and accountability, and developing government effectiveness: A cross‐country data analysis3
Adjudicating reasonable and necessary funded supports in the National Disability Insurance Scheme: A critical review of the values and priorities indicated in the decisions of the Administrative Appea3
Austerity, staff inadequacy, and contracting‐out social services: How many government inquiries does it take to improve social policy outcomes in aged care?3
How an intermediary model manages the tension between low contractibility and probity when outsourcing human services3
In search of policy innovation: Behavioural Insights Teams in Australia and New Zealand3
Administrative burden and the Cashless Debit Card: Stripping time, autonomy, and dignity from social security recipients3
Council type and the determinants of municipal expenditure: A semiparametric analysis of South Australian local government3