International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 31 Issue 6


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The unintended consequences of a pay-for-performance rule change: U.S. Department of Defense’s National Security Personnel System

Hyunkang Hur

The purpose of this paper is to estimate the impact of a pay-for-performance (PFP) rule change on US Department of Defense (DoD) employees’ job satisfaction by looking at…

The role of social support in the relationship between job demands and employee attitudes in the public sector

Jaehee Jong

The purpose of this paper is to clarify the relationship between employees’ perception of their jobs and attitudes by investigating the effect of job resources (i.e…


Recruitment messaging, environmental fit and public service motivation: Experimental evidence on intentions to apply for public sector jobs

Julia Asseburg, Fabian Homberg, Rick Vogel

Public organisations face increasing challenges to attract young and highly qualified staff. Previous studies have shown that public service motivation (PSM) is associated…


Perceptions unfolded: managerial implementation in perception formation

Caroline Howard Grøn

The literature so far has shown that perceptions of managerial interventions matter for motivation and performance. However, how these perceptions are formed and develop…

Is auditing the new evaluation? Can it be? Should it be?

Jon Pierre, B. Guy Peters, Jenny de Fine Licht

The purpose of this paper is to study the changing relationship between auditing and evaluation. Over the past several years, supreme auditing institutions (SAIs) in a…

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