Links to data and code or other materials for the following articles:
Zhang, Jiasheng, Wenna Chen, Nicolai Petrovsky, and Richard M. Walker. “The Expectancy-Disconfirmation Model and Citizen Satisfaction with Public Services: A Meta-analysis and an Agenda for Best Practice.” Public Administration Review.
James, Oliver, Ayako Nakamura, and Nicolai Petrovsky. 2021. “Managers as Insiders or Outsiders to Public Organizations: Publicness Fit, Leadership, and Organizational Performance.” In Peter Leisink, Lotte Bogh Andersen, Gene A. Brewer, Christian Botcher Jacobsen, Eva Knies, and Wouter Vandenabeele, eds. Managing for Public Service Performance: How People and Values Make a Difference. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780192893420.
Walker, Richard M., Gene A. Brewer, M. Jin Lee, Nicolai Petrovsky, and Arjen van Witteloostuijn. 2019. “Best Practice Recommendations for Replicating Experiments in Public Administration.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 29 (4): 609-626.
Petrovsky, Nicolai, Oliver James, Alice Moseley, and George A. Boyne. 2017. “What Explains Agency Heads’ Length of Tenure? Testing Managerial Background, Performance, and Political Environment Effects.” Public Administration Review 77 (4): 591-602.
Jilke, Sebastian, Nicolai Petrovsky, Bart Meuleman, and Oliver James. 2017. “Measurement Equivalence in Replications of Experiments: When and Why It Matters and Guidance on How to Determine Equivalence.” Public Management Review 19 (9): 1293-1310.
Petrovsky, Nicolai, Jue Young Mok, and Filadelfo León-Cázares. 2017. “Citizen Expectations and Satisfaction in a Young Democracy: A Test of the Expectancy-Disconfirmation Model.” Public Administration Review 77 (3): 395-407.
James, Oliver, Nicolai Petrovsky, Alice Moseley, and George A. Boyne. 2016. “The Politics of Agency Death: Ministers and the Survival of Government Agencies in a Parliamentary System.” British Journal of Political Science 46 (4): 763-784.
Petrovsky, Nicolai and Claudia N. Avellaneda. 2014. “Mayoral Public Sector Work Experience and Tax Collection Performance in Colombian Local Governments.” International Public Management Journal 17 (2): 145-173.
Per a written agreement with the Federal Bureau of Personnel Administration of the Swiss Federal Administration, we have destroyed the data used for this research. We can therefore only provide the log containing the results of all estimation and checks conducted for our article.
Profiroiu, Marius Constantin, Nicolai Petrovsky, and Edward T. Jennings. 2012. “Does Pendleton’s Premise Hold in New And Old Democracies Alike? Politicization and Performance in the U.S. and Central and Eastern Europe.” Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 37 (October): 143-154.
George A. Boyne, Oliver James, Peter John, and Nicolai Petrovsky. 2011. “Leadership Succession and Organisational Success: When Do New Chief Executives Make a Difference?” Public Money & Management 31 (5): 339-346.
George A. Boyne, Oliver James, Peter John, and Nicolai Petrovsky. 2011. “Top Management Turnover and Organizational Performance: A Test of a Contingency Model.” Public Administration Review 71 (4): 572-581.
George A. Boyne, Oliver James, Peter John, and Nicolai Petrovsky. 2010. “Does Public Service Performance Affect Top Management Turnover?” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (suppl. 2): i261-i279.
George A. Boyne, Oliver James, Peter John, and Nicolai Petrovsky. 2009. “Democracy and Government Performance: Holding Incumbents Accountable in English Local Governments.” Journal of Politics 71 (4): 1273-1284.
Patrick T. Brandt, T. David Mason, Mehmet Gurses, Nicolai Petrovsky, and Dagmar
Radin. 2008. “When and How the Fighting Stops: Explaining the Duration
and Outcome of Civil Wars.” Defence and Peace Economics 19 (6): 415-434.
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