Research Handbook on Motivation in Public Administration

Linking justice and employee performance in public organizations

Rubin, Ellen V. / KANG, Minsung Michael(Author)

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dc.contributor.authorRubin, Ellen V.-
dc.contributor.authorKANG, Minsung Michael-
dc.identifier.isbn978 1 78990 679 0-
dc.description.tableOfContents1 Introduction to the Research Handbook on Motivation in Public Administration 1 Edmund C. Stazyk and Randall S. Davis PART I THEORY AND FOUNDATIONS 2 The political economy of bureaucratic motivation / 10 / Yongjin Ahn and William Resh 3 Behavioral public administration and employee motivation / 27 / Carina Schott 4 The ins and outs of motivational crowding / 39 / Trent Engbers 5 Self-determination theory and public employee motivation research / 57 / Justin M. Stritch, Ulrich Thy Jensen and Michelle Allgood 6 Goals as a driver of public sector motivation /71/ Edmund C. Stazyk and Jisang Kim 7 What do we know yet about public service motivation in Latin America? A review of the evolution of empirical research /89/ Pablo Sanabria-Pulido and Cristian Pliscoff 8 Experiments and qualitative methods: towards a methodological framework /105/ Kai Xiang Kwa PART II MOTIVATION AS A DRIVER OF SECTOR DECISIONS 9 Employee motivation across job sectors / 122 / Jaclyn Piatak 10 Monetary and non-monetary compensation in for-profit, nonprofit, and public organizations: comparison and competition / 137 / Laura Langbein and Fei W. Roberts 11 Unionization and the motivational context in public management / 154 / Randall S. Davis and Warefta Rahman 12 Public pensions and employment in the public sector / 168 / Gang Chen and Hyewon Kang 13 Unreserved fund balance management practices in US counties / 183 / John A. Hamman, LaShonda M. Stewart, Brian C. Chapman and Jeremy N. Phillips PART III FACTORS AFFECTING RECRUITMENT, SELECTION, AND RETENTION 14 Responsibility toward others is vital in public and non-profit organizations: can we recruit, hire, and cultivate it? / 201 / Neil M. Boyd and Branda Nowell 15 Merit system integrity and public service motivation in the US federal civil service: evidence on the importance of merit principles / 219 / Gene A. Brewer, J. Edward Kellough, and Hal G. Rainey 16 Job design and motivation: crafting the work of the public sector / 234 / Alexander C. Henderson and Jessica E. Sowa 17 Job design and public employee work motivation: towards an institutional reading / 249 / David Giauque and Rafaël Weissbrodt 18 For the children? Teachers’ motivation and systems for recruitment, retention, and evaluation / 264 / Stephen B. Holt 19 Public service motivation education and government career preferences: a teaching agenda / 284 / Leonard Bright PART IV MOTIVATION AND EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOR 20 Linking justice and employee performance in public organizations / 293 / Ellen V. Rubin and Minsung Michael Kang 21 Ethics, prosocial and public service motivation: disentangling their relationship and identifying the implications for the public and nonprofit sectors / 307 / Jessica Breaugh and Guillem Ripoll 22 Organizational identity orientation: a public sector research agenda / 321 / Julie Langer and Mary K. Feeney 23 Change-oriented organizational citizenship behavior in public organizations: appropriateness, opportunity, risk, and public service motivation / 336 / Jesse W. Campbell 24 Stressed versus motivated public employees: a systematic review of the motivation and stress literatures through a contextualized job demands-resources model / 354 / Rick T. Borst 25 Worked to a crisp: ‘realistic’ and ‘symbolic’ stressor effects on burnout / 376 / Adam C. Green 26 What happened to you? Understanding trauma and motivation in the public service workplace / 386 / Heather Getha-Taylor and Morgan D. Farnworth PART V CONCLUSION 27 Conclusions: where does motivation research in public administration go from here? / 401 / Randall S. Davis and Edmund C. Stazyk Index-
dc.publisherEdward Elgar-
dc.relation.isPartOfResearch Handbook on Motivation in Public Administration-
dc.titleLinking justice and employee performance in public organizations-
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationpp. 293-306-
dc.contributor.affiliatedAuthorKANG, Minsung Michael-
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