2008 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Fellow of The National Academy of Public Administration
Accountability, Corporate governance, Public relations, Public administration and Law and economics are his primary areas of study. He regularly ties together related areas like Democracy in his Accountability studies. His Democracy research integrates issues from Obligation and Conceptual framework.
His Corporate governance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Law, Public sector and Public policy. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Government, Virtue and Normative. His Public administration study incorporates themes from Information and Communications Technology, Public accountability and Power.
Mark Bovens mainly focuses on Accountability, Public administration, Corporate governance, Politics and Public relations. His research in Accountability intersects with topics in Accounting, Democracy and Law and economics. His Democracy research incorporates themes from Obligation, Empirical research and Conceptual framework.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Comitology, Public policy and Separation of powers. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Government and Political economy. His study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Citizenship, Public sector, Virtue and Normative.
His main research concerns Self reliance, Accountability, Public relations, Action and Social psychology. His Self reliance research incorporates elements of Situational ethics, Applied psychology, Control, Point and Perspective. The Accountability study combines topics in areas such as Accounting, Audit, Research question and Public administration.
His Public relations study incorporates themes from Everyday life and Debt. His Action study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intellect and Pension fund, Pension, Retirement age. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social work, Public policy and Behavioural sciences.
His primary areas of study are Accountability, Index, Accounting, Search engine indexing and Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Corporate governance, Public relations, Portfolio, Scrutiny and Public sector in addition to Accountability. His Politics research incorporates elements of Cultural divide and Political economy.
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Analysing and Assessing Accountability: A Conceptual Framework†
European Law Journal (2007)
The Quest for Responsibility: Accountability and Citizenship in Complex Organisations
M. A. P. Bovens.
Two Concepts of Accountability: Accountability as a Virtue and as a Mechanism
West European Politics (2010)
Does Public Accountability Work? An Assessment Tool
Mark Bovens;Thomas Schillemans;Paul ’T Hart.
Public Administration (2008)
From Street‐Level to System‐Level Bureaucracies: How Information and Communication Technology is Transforming Administrative Discretion and Constitutional Control
Mark Bovens;Stavros Zouridis.
Public Administration Review (2002)
New Forms of Accountability and EU-Governance
Comparative European Politics (2007)
Success and failure in public governance : a comparative analysis
M. A. P. Bovens;Paul 't Hart;B. Guy Peters.
Analysing and Assessing Public Accountability. A Conceptual Framework.
European Governance Papers (EUROGOV) (2006)
The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability
M. A. P. Bovens;Robert E. Goodin;Thomas Schillemans.
Revista española de ciencia política (2014)
Success and Failure in Public Governance
Mark Bovens;Paul ‘t Hart;B. Peters.
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