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Three key publications

  1. Tummers, L.G. & Knies, E. (2013). Leadership and meaningful work in the public sectorPublic Administration Review, 73(6), 859-868.
  2. Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurementPublic Administration Review, 72(4), 1540-1564.
  3. Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Vink, E., & Musheno, M. (2015). Coping During Public Service Delivery: A Conceptualization and Systematic Review of the LiteratureJournal of Public Administration Research and Theory, muu056.

Publications

1. Publications about policy implementation and public management

Tummers, L., & Rocco, P. (2015). Serving Clients When the Server Crashes: How Frontline Workers Cope with E‐Government ChallengesPublic Administration Review.

Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Vink, E., & Musheno, M. (2015). Coping During Public Service Delivery: A Conceptualization and Systematic Review of the LiteratureJournal of Public Administration Research and Theory, muu056

Tummers, L.G. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2014). Policy implementation, street-level bureaucracy and the importance of discretionPublic Management Review, 16(4), 527-547.

Tummers, L.G. (2013). Policy Alienation and the Power of Professionals. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Tummers, L.G., Jilke, S.R. & Van de Walle, S. (2013). Citizens in charge? Reviewing the background and value of introducing choice and competition in public services. In Y.K. Dwivedi, M.A. Shareef, S.K. Pandey & V. Kumar (Eds.), Public Administration Reformation: Market Demand from Public Organizations. London: Routledge.

Tummers, L.G., Vermeeren, B., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2012). Public professionals and policy implementation: measuring and examining three role conflictsPublic Management Review, 14(8), 1041-1059.

Tummers, L.G. & Van de Walle, S. (2012). Explaining health care professionals’ resistance to implement Diagnosis Related Groups: (no) benefits for society, patients and professionals. Health Policy, 108, 158-166.

Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy Alienation: Analyzing the experiences of public professionals with new policies. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam (369 pag.). Prom./coprom.: Prof.Dr. V.J.J.M. Bekkers, Prof.Dr. A.J. Steijn & Prof.Dr. S. van Thiel.

Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2012). Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement public policies: Content, context and personality characteristics. Public Administration, 90(3), 716-736.

Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurementPublic Administration Review, 72(4), 1540-1564.

Publications

Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: A comparative case study of insurance physicians and secondary school teachers. International Journal of Public Administration, 35(4), 259-271.

Tummers, L.G. (2011). Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement new policies: A policy alienation framework. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 77(3), 555-581.

Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2009). Policy alienation of public professionals: Application in a New Public Management context. Public Management Review, 11(5), 685-706.

Tummers, L.G. (2012). Beleidsvervreemding in de gezondheidszorg: De ervaringen van verloskundigen en echoscopisten met overheidsbeleidTijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 28(3), 332-352.

 

 

2. Publications about public leadership

General leadership

Tummers, L.G., Groeneveld, S.M. & Lankhaar, M. (2013). Why do nurses intend to leave their organization? A large scale analysis in long term careJournal of Advanced Nursing,  69(12), 2826-2838

Kuipers, B.S., Higgs, M.J., Kickert, W.J.M., Tummers, L.G., Grandia, J., Van der Voet, J. (2014). The management of change in public organisations: A literature reviewPublic Administration, 20(1), 1-20.

Leader-member exchange

Tummers, L. G., & Bronkhorst, B. A. (2014). The impact of leader-member exchange (LMX) on work-family interference and work-family facilitationPersonnel Review2014, 1-35.

Tummers, L.G. & Knies, E. (2013). Leadership and meaningful work in the public sectorPublic Administration Review, 73(6), 859-868.

Public leadership

Tummers, L.G. & Knies, E. (2014). The public leadership questionnaire: The development and validation of five dimensions of public leadership behaviors. Ottowa (Canada): IRSPM conference.

 

 

3. Publications about methodology

Quantitative methods

Groeneveld, S.M., Tummers, L.G., Bronkhorst, B.A.C., Ashikali, T. & Van Thiel, S. (2014). Quantitative methods in public administration: its scale and development through time. International Public Management Journal (accepted).

Qualitative methods

Tummers, L.G. & Karsten, N. (2012). Reflecting on the role of literature in qualitative public administration research: Learning from grounded theory. Administration and Society, 44(1), 64-86.

Scale development

Tummers, L.G. & Knies, E. (2014). The public leadership questionnaire: The development and validation of five dimensions of public leadership behaviors. Ottowa (Canada): IRSPM conference.

Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurement. Public Administration Review, 72(4), 1540-1564.

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