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For more than a decade, the City of Auburn, Alabama, has employed university students as part-time firefighters, police aides, and 911 communicators. The most fully developed program allows students to be trained and work as state-certified firefighters. Newly constructed fire stations have...
More than a decade ago, Perry and Wise popularized the concept of public service motivation. Yet today, still little is known about public employees with high levels of public service motivation. This study sought to fill this gap in the literature by investigating the relationship that exists...
The pension plans of U.S. state, county, and municipal employees play a large role in capital markets and corporate governance debates. Recent studies have investigated the governance, management, and performance of these plans, as well as their role in corporate governance. Informed by the...
This article examines the relationship between red tape and public-service motivation. Using a recent national survey of public managers in various state health and human service organizations, the authors examine whether perceptions of red tape are determined by differences in the level of...
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