2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Political Science in United States Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in United States Leader Award
2011 - H. George Frederickson Award, Public Management Research Association
2006 - John Gaus Award, American Political Science Association (APSA)
Kenneth J. Meier mainly investigates Public administration, Bureaucracy, Politics, Public relations and Organizational performance. Kenneth J. Meier interconnects Government, Decentralization, Empirical research and Public policy in the investigation of issues within Public administration. Kenneth J. Meier has researched Bureaucracy in several fields, including Representation, Social psychology, Representativeness heuristic, Criminology and Democracy.
His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Gender studies, Positive economics, Corruption and Political economy. His work on Public management as part of his general Public relations study is frequently connected to Network management and Structure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Kenneth J. Meier has included themes like Statistical hypothesis testing, Turnover, Econometrics and Variables in his Organizational performance study.
Kenneth J. Meier focuses on Public administration, Public relations, Politics, Bureaucracy and Organizational performance. His study looks at the relationship between Public administration and fields such as Government, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Public relations research includes themes of Quality, Private sector and Public sector, New public management.
His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Political economy and Public policy. He interconnects Representation and Democracy in the investigation of issues within Bureaucracy. His Organizational performance study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Performance indicator.
Kenneth J. Meier mostly deals with Public relations, Bureaucracy, Perception, Public administration and Government. His Public relations research integrates issues from Quality, Training and Organizational performance. His study in Organizational performance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Key and Public management.
His Bureaucracy study combines topics in areas such as Intersectionality, Representation and Representation. His Public administration research incorporates elements of Race, Democratic governance, Corporate governance, Manifesto and Politics. His study on Government also encompasses disciplines like
Kenneth J. Meier mainly focuses on Public relations, Quality, Organizational performance, Nursing homes and Public administration. His Public relations study deals with Perception intersecting with Government, Performance management, Accountability and Performance measurement. In his study, Performance appraisal and Administration is inextricably linked to Democracy, which falls within the broad field of Quality.
His studies examine the connections between Organizational performance and genetics, as well as such issues in Public management, with regards to Middle management. Kenneth J. Meier has researched Public administration in several fields, including Democratic governance, Public sector, Matching methods and Manifesto. Kenneth J. Meier works mostly in the field of Democratic governance, limiting it down to topics relating to Corporate governance and, in certain cases, Bureaucracy.
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Principal-Agent Models: An Expansion?
Richard W. Waterman;Kenneth J. Meier.
Modeling the impact of public management: implications of structural context
Kenneth J. Meier;Laurence J. O'Toole.
Public Management and Educational Performance: The Impact of Managerial Networking
Kenneth John Meier;Laurence J. O'Toole.
Lipstick and Logarithms: Gender, Identity, Institutional Context, and Representative Bureaucracy
Lael R. Keiser;Vicky M. Wilkins;Kenneth John Meier;Catherine A. Holland.
The Politics of Gay and Lesbian Rights: Expanding the Scope of the Conflict
Donald P. Haider-Markel;Kenneth J. Meier.
Managerial Strategies and Behavior in Networks: A Model with Evidence from U.S. Public Education *
Kenneth John Meier;Laurence J. O'Toole.
Representative Bureaucracy: An Empirical Analysis
Kenneth John Meier.
The Politics of Hispanic Education: Un paso pa'lante y dos pa'tras
Kenneth J. Meier;Joseph Stewart.
Representative Bureaucracy and Policy Preferences: A Study in the Attitudes of Federal Executives
Kenneth John Meier;Lloyd G. Nigro.
Subjective Organizational Performance and Measurement Error: Common Source Bias and Spurious Relationships
Kenneth J. Meier;Kenneth J. Meier;Laurence J. O’Toole.
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