Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory

(The TQCC of Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory is 9. 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.)
Pathways to Implementation: Evidence on How Participation in Environmental Governance Impacts on Environmental Outcomes51
Administrative Capital and Citizens’ Responses to Administrative Burden44
Who Is in Charge? The Provision of Informal Personal Resources at the Street Level38
“It Takes a While to Get Used to”: The Costs of Redeeming Public Benefits34
Competition and Federal Contractor Performance34
Why Do Policymakers Support Administrative Burdens? The Roles of Deservingness, Political Ideology, and Personal Experience34
Racialized Burdens: Applying Racialized Organization Theory to the Administrative State32
Prosocial Behaviors: A Matter of Altruism or Public Service Motivation?30
Representative Bureaucracy and Attitudes Toward Automated Decision Making29
Supervisory Leadership at the Frontlines: Street-Level Discretion, Supervisor Influence, and Street-Level Bureaucrats’ Attitude Towards Clients28
The Psychological Costs of Citizen Coproduction26
The Sexual Harassment of Federal Employees: Gender, Leadership Status, and Organizational Tolerance for Abuses of Power25
It Depends on What You Share: The Elusive Cost Savings from Service Sharing22
Are Citizens More Negative About Failing Service Delivery by Public Than Private Organizations? Evidence From a Large-Scale Survey Experiment22
Building Institutional Trust Through Service Experiences—Private Versus Public Provision Matter21
Learning from Performance Information21
Socioeconomic Representation: Expanding the Theory of Representative Bureaucracy21
Institutional Mechanisms for Local Sustainability Collaboration: Assessing the Duality of Formal and Informal Mechanisms in Promoting Collaborative Processes21
Government as Network Catalyst: Accelerating Self-Organization in a Strategic Industry19
The Effects of Making Public Service Employees Aware of Their Prosocial and Societal Impact: A Microintervention19
Why and How Does Participatory Governance Affect Policy Outcomes? Theory and Evidence from the Electric Sector19
Citizen Reactions to Bureaucratic Encounters: Different Ways of Coping With Public Authorities18
Modeling Alternative Collaborative Governance Network Designs: An Agent-Based Model of Water Governance in the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont18
Latent Hybridity in Administrative Crisis Management: The German Refugee Crisis of 2015/1618
Representative Bureaucracy and Public Hiring Preferences: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment among German Municipal Civil Servants and Private Sector Employees17
Elections, Ideology, and Turnover in the US Federal Government17
Reducing Compliance Demands in Government Benefit Programs Improves the Psychological Well-Being of Target Group Members17
Decision-Making in Collaborative Governance Networks: Pathways to Input and Throughput Legitimacy17
Deliberation and Deliberative Organizational Routines in Frontline Decision-Making16
Do Top Managers’ Individual Characteristics Affect Accounting Manipulation in the Public Sector?15
The Benefits of PSM: An Oasis or a Mirage?15
What is Public about Public Leadership? Exploring ImplicitPublicLeadership Theories15
Human–AI Interactions in Public Sector Decision Making: “Automation Bias” and “Selective Adherence” to Algorithmic Advice14
Service Professionals' Response to Volunteer Involvement in Service Production13
Procedural Fairness and the Legitimacy of Agency Rulemaking13
Management, Organizational Performance, and Task Clarity: Evidence from Ghana’s Civil Service13
Women and Men Municipal Managers Doing and Undoing Gender13
Positivity and Negativity Dominance in Citizen Assessments of Intergovernmental Sustainability Performance13
Relational Mechanisms in Complex Contracting: Factors Associated with Private Managers’ Satisfaction with and Commitment to the Contract Relationship12
Public Capacity, Plural Forms of Collaboration, and the Performance of Public Initiatives: A Configurational Approach12
Problem Severity, Collaborative Stage, and Partner Selection in US Cities12
Meta-Analysis of Collaboration and Performance: Moderating Tests of Sectoral Differences in Collaborative Performance12
Political Alignment and Bureaucratic Pay11
Public Service Motivation as a Predictor of Corruption, Dishonesty, and Altruism11
Everything Is Relative: How Citizens Form and Use Expectations in Evaluating Services11
Thanks, but No Thanks: Preferences towards Teleworking Colleagues in Public Organizations11
Audience Heterogeneity, Costly Signaling, and Threat Prioritization: Bureaucratic Reputation-Building in the EU10
The Professional Agency Narrative—Conceptualizing the Role of Professional Knowledge in Frontline Work10
Policy Alienation and Street-level Bureaucrats’ Psychological Wellbeing: The Mediating Role of Alienative Commitment10
Evaluating the Role of Government Collaboration in the Perceived Performance of Community-Based Nonprofits: Three Propositions10
Performance Information, Racial Bias, and Citizen Evaluations of Government: Evidence from Two Studies10
Commitment to Public Values, Charismatic Leadership Attributions, and Employee Turnover in Street-Level Bureaucracies9
Finding Your Crowd: The Role of Government Level and Charity Type in Revenue Crowd-Out9
Understanding the Meaning of Concepts Across Domains Through Collocation Analysis: An Application to the Study of Red Tape9
Guiding or Following the Crowd? Strategic Communication as Reputational and Regulatory Strategy9
Caught up or Protected by the Past? How Reputational Histories Matter for Agencies’ Media Reputations9
The Importance of Oversight and Agency Capacity in Enhancing Performance in Public Service Delivery9