Sebastian Jilke
Sebastian Jilke
Rutgers University-Newark, School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA)
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TitleCited byYear
Behavioral Public Administration: Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology
SG Grimmelikhuijsen, S Jilke, AL Olsen, LG Tummers
Public Administration Review 77 (1), 45-56, 2017
1642017
Extrinsic Motivation, PSM and Labour Market Characteristics: A Multilevel Model of Public Sector Preference in 26 Countries
S Van de Walle, B Steijn, S Jilke
International Review of Administrative Sciences 81 (4), 833-855, 2015
52*2015
Responses to Decline in Marketized Public Services: An Experimental Evaluation of Choice-Overload
S Jilke, GG Van Ryzin, S Van de Walle
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (3), 421-432, 2016
482016
Generating Usable Knowledge through an Experimental Approach to Public Administration
S Jilke, S Van de Walle, S Kim
Public Administration Review 76 (1), 69-72, 2016
462016
Two track public services? Citizens' voice behaviour towards liberalized services in the EU15
S Jilke, S Van de Walle
Public Management Review 15 (4), 465-476, 2013
402013
Citizens' Blame of Politicians for Public Service Failure: Experimental Evidence about Blame Reduction through Delegation and Contracting
O James, S Jilke, C Petersen, S Van de Walle
Public Administration Review 76 (1), 83-93, 2016
372016
We Need to Compare, but How? Measurement Equivalence in Comparative Public Administration
S Jilke, B Meuleman, S Van de Walle
Public Administration Review 75 (1), 36-48, 2015
362015
Experiments in Public Management Research: Challenges and Contributions
O James, SR Jilke, GG Van Ryzin
Cambridge University Press, 2017
35*2017
Choice and Equality: Are Vulnerable Citizens Worse-Off after Liberalization Reforms?
S Jilke
Public Administration 93 (1), 68-85, 2015
35*2015
Introduction to the virtual issue on behavioral public administration
L Tummers, A Leth Olsen, S Jilke, SG Grimmelikhuijsen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 1-3, 2016
212016
Citizens in Charge? Reviewing the background and value of introducing choice and competition in public services
L Tummers, S Jilke, S Van de Walle
In: Public Administration Reformation: Market Demand from Public Organizations, 2013
192013
Essays on the Microfoundations of Competition and Choice in Public Service Delivery
S Jilke
PhD Dissertation, 2015
152015
Savings in Public Services after the Crisis: A Multilevel Analysis of Public Preferences in the EU27
S Van de Walle, S Jilke
International Review of Administrative Sciences 80 (3), 597-618, 2014
152014
Economic strain and perceptions of social cohesion in Europe: Does institutional trust matter?
R Andrews, S Jilke, S Van de Walle
European Journal of Political Research 53 (3), 559-579, 2014
142014
The State and Perceptions of Public Sector Reform in Europe
D Curry, G Hammerschmid, S Jilke, S Van de Walle
The International Handbook of Public Administration and Governance, 369, 2015
132015
Effects of privatization and agencification on citizens and citizenship: an international comparison
S Dan, S Jilke, C Pollitt, SGJ Van de Walle, S Thiel
Background Study for the Dutch Enquete Commission on the Effects of …, 2012
132012
Which Clients are Deserving of Help? A Theoretical Model and Experimental Test
S Jilke, L Tummers
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (2), 226-238, 2018
122018
What Shapes Citizens' Evaluations of their Public Officials' Accountability? Evidence from Local Ethiopia
S Jilke
Public Administration and Development 33 (5), 389-403, 2013
122013
Regulatory reform for services of general interest and trends in citizen satisfaction
J Clifton, D Diaz Fuentes, M Fernandez Guttierrez, O James, S Jilke, ...
COCOPS Research Report, 2012
11*2012
Discrimination and Administrative Burden in Public Service Markets: Does a Public-Private Difference Exist?
S Jilke, W Van Dooren, S Rys
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (3), 423-439, 2018
102018
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