Randall S. Davis
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Green tape and job satisfaction: Can organizational rules make employees happy?
L DeHart-Davis, RS Davis, Z Mohr
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (3), 849-876, 2015
Taking the ‘High Road’: Does Public Service Motivation Alter Ethical Decision Making Processes?
EC Stazyk, RS Davis
Public Administration 93 (3), 627-645, 2015
Developing and testing a new goal taxonomy: Accounting for the complexity of ambiguity and political support
RS Davis, EC Stazyk
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (3), 751-775, 2015
Transformational Leadership and the Use of Normative Public Values: Can Employees Be Inspired to Serve Larger Public Purposes?
SK Pandey, RS Davis, S Pandey, S Peng
Public Administration 94 (1), 204-222, 2016
Unionization and Work Attitudes: How Union Commitment Influences Public Sector Job Satisfaction
RS Davis
Public Administration Review 73 (1), 74-84, 2013
Blue-collar public servants: How union membership influences public service motivation
RS Davis
The American Review of Public Administration 41 (6), 705-723, 2011
Making Ends Meet: How Reinvention Reforms Complement Public Service Motivation
Public Administration 92 (4), 919-936, 2014
Examining the links between senior managers’ engagement in networked environments and goal and role ambiguity
RS Davis, EC Stazyk
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (3), 433-447, 2016
Transformational leaders: Bridging the gap between goal ambiguity and public value involvement
EC Stazyk, RS Davis
Public Management Review 22 (3), 364-385, 2020
Connecting Knowledge of Rule-breaking and Perceived Red Tape: How Behavioral Attribution Influences Red Tape Perceptions
RS Davis, SA Pink-Harper
Public Performance & Management Review 40 (1), 181-200, 2016
“Justice for all”: An examination of self‐identified LGBT job satisfaction in the US federal workforce
SA Pink‐Harper, RS Davis, R Burnside
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue Canadienne des Sciences de …, 2017
Union commitment and stakeholder red tape: How union values shape perceptions of organizational rules
RS Davis
Review of Public Personnel Administration 33 (4), 365-383, 2013
Coping with conflict: Examining the influence of PSM on perceptions of workplace stressors
RS Davis, EC Stazyk, A Kochenour, E Neuhoff
Review of Public Personnel Administration 40 (3), 405-425, 2020
Putting the Methodological Cart Before the Theoretical Horse? Examining the Application of SEM to Connect Theory and Method in Public Administration Research
RS Davis, EC Stazyk
Review of Public Personnel Administration 37 (2), 202-218, 2017
Examining the links between workforce diversity, organizational goal clarity, and job satisfaction
EC Stazyk, R Davis, J Liang
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
More dissimilar than alike? Public values preferences across US minority and white managers
EC Stazyk, RS Davis, S Portillo
Public Administration 95 (3), 605-622, 2017
The ABCs of public service motivation: Altruism, behavior, and compensation
RS Davis
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (4), 887-897, 2010
Ambiguity, appraisal, and affect: examining the connections between goal perceptions, emotional labour, and exhaustion
RS Davis, EC Stazyk
Public Management Review 24 (10), 1499-1520, 2022
Accounting for personal disposition and organizational context: connecting role ambiguity, public service motivation, and whistle-blowing in federal agencies
RS Davis, EC Stazyk, CM Klingeman
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (10), 1313-1332, 2020
Probing the Links between Workforce Diversity, Goal Clarity, and Employee Job Satisfaction in Public Sector Organizations
EC Stazyk, RS Davis, J Liang
Administrative Sciences 11 (3), 77, 2021
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