2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in Belgium Leader Award
Government, Public sector, Public relations, Public service and Public administration are his primary areas of study. His Government research incorporates themes from Identity, Social psychology, Gender studies, Service delivery framework and Empirical research. His work in Public sector addresses subjects such as Public economics, which are connected to disciplines such as Corporate governance.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Performance measurement, Distrust, Performance management and Key. The study incorporates disciplines such as Blind trust, Private sector, Service provider, Service and Accountability in addition to Public service. His Public administration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Item response theory and Politics.
His primary scientific interests are in Public administration, Public relations, Public sector, Government and New public management. His studies in Public administration integrate themes in fields like Public policy, Corporate governance and Bureaucracy, Politics. As part of the same scientific family, Steven Van de Walle usually focuses on Corporate governance, concentrating on Quality and intersecting with Health care.
His research on Public relations focuses in particular on Public service. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Performance measurement, Public economics and Public opinion. His studies deal with areas such as Blind trust, Empirical research, Corruption and Set as well as Government.
Steven Van de Walle mainly investigates Public relations, Public administration, Public sector, Service and Government. His Public relations study deals with Immigration intersecting with Salience. Steven Van de Walle combines subjects such as Legitimacy, Corporate governance, Bureaucracy and Public policy with his study of Public administration.
Steven Van de Walle is interested in New public management, which is a branch of Public sector. His Service study incorporates themes from Expectancy theory, Public service and Value. His Government research focuses on Central government in particular.
Steven Van de Walle mainly focuses on Public relations, Public administration, Public sector, Government and Service. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Quality, New public management, Immigration, Commission and Process. The various areas that Steven Van de Walle examines in his Public administration study include Vignette, Corporate governance, Bureaucracy, Public policy and Legitimacy.
His Public sector research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public employment, Accounting and Preference. His Government research incorporates elements of Equivalence and Public institution. The concepts of his Service study are interwoven with issues in Expectancy theory, Public service and Value.
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Comparing measures of citizen trust and user satisfaction as indicators of good governance: difficulties in linking trust and satisfaction indicators
Geert Bouckaert;Steven Van de Walle.
Public Service Performance and Trust in Government: The Problem of Causality
Steven Van de Walle;Geert Bouckaert.
TRUST IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: IS THERE ANY EVIDENCE FOR A LONG- TERM DECLINE?
Steven Van de Walle;Steven Van Roosbroek;Geert Bouckaert.
New Public Management and Citizens' Perceptions of Local Service Efficiency, Responsiveness, Equity and Effectiveness
Rhys Andrews;Steven Van de Walle.
Performance information in the public sector: how it is used
Wouter van Dooren;Steven Van de Walle.
International difference in public service motivation: Comparing regions across the world
Wouter Vandenabeele;Steven Van de Walle.
A contingency approach to representative bureaucracy: Power, equal opportunities and diversity
Sandra Groeneveld;Steven Van de Walle.
The Impact of the New Public Management: Challenges for Coordination and Cohesion in European Public Sectors
Steven Van de Walle;Gerhard Hammerschmid.
The order of questions in a survey on citizen satisfaction with public services: Lessons from a split-ballot experiment
Steven Van De Walle;Gregg G. Van Ryzin.
Identity vs performance: an overview of theories explaining trust in government
Geert Bouckaert;Steven Van de Walle;Bart Maddens;Jarl Kampen.
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