Alan Lawton spends much of his time researching Public relations, Public service, Ethos, Public sector and Public administration. Alan Lawton applies his multidisciplinary studies on Public relations and Context in his research. Alan Lawton interconnects Ethical issues, Ethical leadership, Information ethics and Competence in the investigation of issues within Public service.
He has included themes like Knowledge management and Meta-ethics in his Ethos study. Many of his research projects under Public sector are closely connected to Common Assessment Framework, Ambiguity and Coping with Common Assessment Framework, Ambiguity and Coping, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study in Public administration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Virtue and Officer.
His main research concerns Public relations, Public service, Public administration, Public sector and Ethical leadership. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Government, New public management, Performance measurement and Information ethics. His Public service research incorporates elements of Ethos, Virtue, Field and Local education authority.
His Ethos study combines topics in areas such as Knowledge management and Corruption. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Corporate governance and Scope. He combines subjects such as Entrepreneurship and Public policy with his study of Public sector.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ethical leadership, Public relations, Moderation, Local government and Tacit knowledge. Ethical leadership and Survey data collection are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. The various areas that Alan Lawton examines in his Public relations study include Government, Democracy and Empowerment.
His Local government research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Emotional labor, Public service and Value. His work carried out in the field of Tacit knowledge brings together such families of science as Public sector, Big Five personality traits, Personality and Knowledge sharing. His work on Orientation as part of general Social psychology research is frequently linked to Sustainability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Alan Lawton focuses on Moderation, Social psychology, Ethical leadership, Economic Justice and Survey data collection. His Moderation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Orientation and Public sector. His Orientation research incorporates elements of Corporate social responsibility and Business ethics.
His Public sector study incorporates themes from Tacit knowledge, Big Five personality traits, Personality and Knowledge sharing. His Perspective research spans across into areas like Leverage, CLARITY, Social learning theory and Marketing.
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Organisation And Management In The Public Sector
Alan Lawton;Aidan G. Rose.
Ethical management for the public services
Developing a framework for ethical leadership
Alan Lawton;Illiana Páez.
Journal of Business Ethics (2015)
Developments: Coping with Ambiguity: Reconciling External Legitimacy and Organizational Implementation in Performance Measurement
Alan Lawton;David McKevitt;Michelle Millar.
Public Money & Management (2000)
Public Sector Management: Theory, Critique and Practice
David McKevitt;Alan Lawton.
From Virtue to Competence: Changing the Principles of Public Service
Michael Macaulay;Alan Lawton.
Public Administration Review (2006)
Public service ethos: developing a generic measure
Julie Rayner;Helen M. Williams;Alan Lawton;Alan Lawton;Christopher W. Allinson.
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2011)
Customer orientation and firm performance: The joint moderating effects of ethical leadership and competitive intensity
Taiwen Feng;Dan Wang;Alan Lawton;Ben Nanfeng Luo.
Journal of Business Research (2019)
Ethics and Management in the Public Sector
Alan Lawton;Julie Rayner;Karin Lasthuizen.
Public Services Management
Aidan G. Rose;Alan Lawton.
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