Wesley Kaufmann
Wesley Kaufmann
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Formal institutions, informal institutions, and red tape: A comparative study
W Kaufmann, R Hooghiemstra, MK Feeney
Public Administration 96 (2), 386-403, 2018
More than pathological formalization: Understanding organizational structure and red tape
W Kaufmann, EL Borry, L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 79 (2), 236-245, 2019
The negative effect of red tape on procedural satisfaction
W Kaufmann, L Tummers
Public Management Review 19 (9), 1311-1327, 2017
Administrative delay, red tape, and organizational performance
W Kaufmann, G Taggart, B Bozeman
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (3), 529-553, 2019
Beyond the rules: The effect of outcome favourability on red tape perceptions
W Kaufmann, MK Feeney
Public Administration 92 (1), 178-191, 2014
Formalization and consistency heighten organizational rule following: Experimental and survey evidence
EL Borry, L DeHart‐Davis, W Kaufmann, CC Merritt, Z Mohr, L Tummers
Public Administration 96 (2), 368-385, 2018
Objective formalization, perceived formalization and perceived red tape: Sorting out concepts
W Kaufmann, MK Feeney
Public Management Review 14 (8), 1195-1214, 2012
In AI we trust? Citizen perceptions of AI in government decision making
A Ingrams, W Kaufmann, D Jacobs
Policy & Internet 14 (2), 390-409, 2022
The right kind of participation? The effect of a deliberative mini-public on the perceived legitimacy of public decision-making
D Jacobs, W Kaufmann
Public Management Review 23 (1), 91-111, 2021
Angling for sharks, not pilot fish: Deep corruption, venal corruption, and public values failure
B Bozeman, AL Molina Jr, W Kaufmann
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 1 (1), 5-27, 2018
Performance measurement, cognitive dissonance and coping strategies: Exploring individual responses to NPM-inspired output control
B Van der Kolk, W Kaufmann
Journal of Management Control 29, 93-113, 2018
Do rules breed rules? Vertical rule-making cascades at the supranational, national, and organizational level
W Kaufmann, A van Witteloostuijn
International Public Management Journal 21 (4), 650-676, 2018
Does good governance mean better corporate social performance? A comparative study of OECD countries
W Kaufmann, A Lafarre
International Public Management Journal 24 (6), 762-791, 2021
Understanding the meaning of concepts across domains through collocation analysis: An application to the study of red tape
W Kaufmann, RFJ Haans
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 31 (1), 218-233, 2021
Can effective organizational rules keep employees from leaving? a study of green tape and turnover intention
W Kaufmann, EL Borry, L DeHart-Davis
Public Management Review 25 (8), 1427-1448, 2023
Being consistent matters: Experimental evidence on the effect of rule consistency on citizen red tape
W Kaufmann, A Ingrams, D Jacobs
The American Review of Public Administration 51 (1), 28-39, 2021
Testing the open government recipe: Are vision and voice good governance ingredients?
A Ingrams, W Kaufmann, D Jacobs
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (1), 2020
Rationale and process transparency do not reduce perceived red tape: Evidence from a survey experiment
W Kaufmann, A Ingrams, D Jacobs
International Review of Administrative Sciences 88 (4), 960-976, 2022
European and national rules as potential red tape drivers: An ecological analysis of the Europeanization of Dutch competition law, 1962–2010
W Kaufmann, A Van Witteloostuijn
International Public Management Journal 15 (3), 266-287, 2012
The effect of enabling versus coercive performance measurement systems on procedural fairness and red tape
PMG van Veen-Dirks, MC Leliveld, W Kaufmann
Journal of Management Control 32 (2), 269-294, 2021
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