Public Management Review

Papers
(The H4-Index of Public Management Review is 24. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
The COVID-19 pandemic as a game changer for public administration and leadership? The need for robust governance responses to turbulent problems273
Implementing collaborative governance: models, experiences, and challenges75
Design for experience – a public service design approach in the age of digitalization57
Exploring artificial intelligence adoption in public organizations: a comparative case study56
A systematic literature review of open innovation in the public sector: comparing barriers and governance strategies of digital and non-digital open innovation51
Network governance and collaborative governance: a thematic analysis on their similarities, differences, and entanglements50
Playing defence: the impact of trust on the coping mechanisms of street-level bureaucrats46
Confronting the big challenges of our time: making a difference during and after COVID-1942
Radical and disruptive answers to downstream problems in collaborative governance?40
Relational leadership in collaborative governance ecosystems39
Automation and discretion: explaining the effect of automation on how street-level bureaucrats enforce38
Responding to information asymmetry in crisis situations: innovation in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic36
Resilience through digitalisation: How individual and organisational resources affect public employees working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic35
Governance-as-legitimacy: are ecosystems replacing networks?35
From recovery resilience to transformative resilience: How digital platforms reshape public service provision during and post COVID-1934
Policy narratives and megaprojects: the case of the Lyon-Turin high-speed railway31
Self-determination theory goes public: experimental evidence on the causal relationship between psychological needs and job satisfaction31
Under what conditions do governments collaborate? A qualitative comparative analysis of air pollution control in China29
How does organizational sustainability foster public service motivation and job satisfaction? The mediating role of organizational support and societal impact potential29
Facilitating collaboration in publicly mandated governance networks27
Neighbourhood governance during the COVID-19 lockdown in Hangzhou: coproduction based on digital technologies26
Combined effects of procurement and collaboration on innovation in public-private-partnerships: a qualitative comparative analysis of 24 infrastructure projects26
Institutional intermediaries as legitimizing agents for social enterprise in China and India25
Features and drivers of citizen participation: Insights from participatory budgeting in three European cities24
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