Oliver James
TitleCited byYear
Regulation inside government: Waste watchers, quality police, and sleaze-busters
C Hood, O James, C Scott, GW Jones, T Travers
Oxford University Press, 1999
9571999
The limitations of ‘policy transfer’and ‘lesson drawing’for public policy research
O James, M Lodge
Political studies review 1 (2), 179-193, 2003
5072003
The executive agency revolution in Whitehall
O James
Public Interest Versus Bureau-Shaping Perspectives, 2003
2732003
Controlling modern government: Variety, commonality and change
C Hood
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005
2672005
Evaluating the expectations disconfirmation and expectations anchoring approaches to citizen satisfaction with local public services
O James
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (1), 107-123, 2007
2532007
Regulation of government: has it increased, is it increasing, should it be diminished?
C Hood, O James, C Scott
Public Administration 78 (2), 283-304, 2000
2432000
The UK core executive's use of public service agreements as a tool of governance
O James
Public administration 82 (2), 397-419, 2004
1682004
Performance measures and democracy: Information effects on citizens in field and laboratory experiments
O James
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (3), 399-418, 2010
1672010
Regulation inside government: where new public management meets the audit explosion
C Hood, O James, G Jones, C Scott, T Travers
Public Money and Management 18 (2), 61-68, 1998
1611998
Regulation inside government: Public interest justifications and regulatory failures
O James
Public Administration 78 (2), 327-343, 2000
1522000
Public management at the ballot box: Performance information and electoral support for incumbent English local governments
O James, P John
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 17 (4), 567-580, 2006
1432006
Democracy and government performance: Holding incumbents accountable in English local governments
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
The Journal of Politics 71 (4), 1273-1284, 2009
1372009
Business Models and the Transfer of Businesslike CentralGovernment Agencies
O James
Governance 14 (2), 233-252, 2001
1052001
DOES PERFORMANCE INFORMATION ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICES AFFECT CITIZENS'PERCEPTIONS, SATISFACTION, AND VOICE BEHAVIOUR? FIELD EXPERIMENTS WITH ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE PERFORMANCE …
O James, A Moseley
Public Administration 92 (2), 493-511, 2014
1012014
Top management turnover and organizational performance: A test of a contingency model
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Administration Review 71 (4), 572-581, 2011
802011
MANAGING CITIZENS'EXPECTATIONS OF PUBLIC SERVICE PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENTATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
O James
Public Administration 89 (4), 1419-1435, 2011
792011
Structural devolution and agencification
O James, S Thiel
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011
702011
Does public service performance affect top management turnover?
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (suppl_2), i261-i279, 2010
602010
Does political change affect senior management turnover? An empirical analysis of top‐tier local authorities in England
GA Boyne, O James, P John, N Petrovsky
Public Administration 88 (1), 136-153, 2010
512010
Public management reform: A global perspective
O James, N Manning
Politics 16 (3), 143-149, 1996
501996
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