Jeffrey L. Brudney mostly deals with Public relations, Public administration, Sample, Government and State. His studies deal with areas such as Cross-cultural, Public sector, Enterprise GIS and GIS and public health as well as Public relations. Jeffrey L. Brudney studied Public administration and Public interest that intersect with Competence and Test.
In his research, Public service motivation, Signalling theory and Empirical research is intimately related to Social psychology, which falls under the overarching field of Sample. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Database transaction, General partnership, Affect and Resource dependence theory. His State research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Performance measurement, Bureaucracy and Accountability.
Public relations, Public administration, Government, State and Public sector are his primary areas of study. His study in the field of Nonprofit sector also crosses realms of Volunteer management. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Politics and New public management.
Jeffrey L. Brudney combines subjects such as Crowdsourcing, Private sector, Information technology and Coproduction with his study of Government. Jeffrey L. Brudney regularly links together related areas like Bureaucracy in his State studies. The Service delivery framework study combines topics in areas such as Quality and County government.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Government, Volunteer management, Service delivery framework and State. Jeffrey L. Brudney specializes in Public relations, namely Nonprofit organization. His Government study combines topics in areas such as Information technology, Private sector, Public administration, Crowdsourcing and Coproduction.
His work carried out in the field of Coproduction brings together such families of science as Service, Data science and New public management. His Service delivery framework research incorporates themes from Quality, County government and Set. His study on State also encompasses disciplines like
Jeffrey L. Brudney spends much of his time researching Public relations, Government, Service delivery framework, Variety and Affect. He interconnects Library classification, General partnership and Human resources in the investigation of issues within Public relations. His research integrates issues of Private sector, Public sector and Coproduction in his study of Government.
His studies examine the connections between Coproduction and genetics, as well as such issues in Information technology, with regards to Public administration, Primary research and Marketing. His Service delivery framework research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality, State and Set. His study looks at the relationship between State and topics such as Public economics, which overlap with Corporate governance.
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Toward a Definition of the Coproduction Concept
Jeffrey L. Brudney;Robert E. England.
Public Administration Review (1983)
The purpose (and perils) of government-nonprofit partnership
Beth Gazley;Jeffrey L. Brudney.
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2007)
What Drives Morally Committed Citizens? A Study of the Antecedents of Public Service Motivation
James L. Perry;Jeffrey L. Brudney;David Coursey;Laura Littlepage.
Public Administration Review (2008)
Fostering volunteer programs in the public sector
Jeffrey L. Brudney.
Reinventing Government in the American States: Measuring and Explaining Administrative Reform
Jeffrey L. Brudney;F. Ted Hebert;Deil S. Wright.
Public Administration Review (1999)
Bureaucracy as a Representative Institution: Toward a Reconciliation of Bureaucratic Government and Democratic Theory
Sally Coleman;Jeffrey L. Brudney;J. Edward Kellough.
American Journal of Political Science (1998)
Public Perception of "Who is a Volunteer": An Examination of the Net-Cost Approach from a Cross-Cultural Perspective
Femida Handy;Ram A. Cnaan;Jeffrey L. Brudney;Ugo Ascoli.
Exploring and Explaining Contracting Out: Patterns among the American States
Jeffrey L. Brudney;Sergio Fernandez;Jay Eungha Ryu;Deil S. Wright.
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2004)
Learning Organizations in the Public Sector? A Study of Police Agencies Employing Information and Technology To Advance Knowledge.
Mary Maureen Brown;Jeffrey L. Brudney.
Public Administration Review (2003)
Applied statistics for public and nonprofit administration
Kenneth J. Meier;Jeffrey L. Brudney;John Bohte.
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