Abstract Transparent reporting, replications and open data are vital for scientific progress and developing useful knowledge for practice. However, public administration is not fully transparent (for instance, null effects are seldom published), replications are almost never conducted let alone published and few open datasets are available. We do not have a fully open research culture. In this article, I first argue that this is problematic. Second, I show how we […]

Honored and humbled to receive the 2019 Beryl Radin Award for Best Article in JPART, together with my co-author Sebastian Jilke from Rutgers University-Newark. The article “Which Clients are Deserving of Help? A Theoretical Model and Experimental Test?” is available on the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory website and on open repositories. Evaluation report: “The committee concluded that this is an important article that advances our understanding of […]

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