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Public Management Review

 Kooiman Award Recipients

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2021 Kooiman Award Recipients – Public Management Review

Past Kooiman Award Recipients – Public Management Review

Year Author(s) Article Volume Issue
2020 Malika Igalla, Jurian Edelenbos & Ingmar van Meerkerk What explains the performance of community-based initiatives? Testing the impact of leadership, social capital, organizational capacity, and government support 22 4
2019 Madeline Powell, Alex Gillett, Bob Doherty Sustainability in social enterprise: hybrid organizing in public services 21 2
2018 Barbara C. Crosby & John M. Bryson Why leadership of public leadership research matters: and what to do about it 20 9
2017 Jacob Torfing & Christopher Ansell Strengthening political leadership and policy innovation through the expansion of collaborative forms of governance 19 1
2016 Sjors Overman & Sandra van Thiel Agencification and Public Sector Performance: A systematic comparison in 20 countries 18 4
2015 W. H. Voorberg, V. J. J. M. Bekkers & L. G. Tummers A Systematic Review of Co-Creation and Co-Production: Embarking on the social innovation journey 17 9
2014 Richard M. Walker Internal and External Antecedents of Process Innovation: A review and extensions 16 1
2013 No prize awarded
2012 Mark Considine & Jenny M. Lewis Networks and Interactivity: Ten years of street-level governance in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Australia 14 1
2011 Agnes Akkerman & René Torenvlied Managing The Environment. Effects of network ambition on agency performance 13 1
2010 Laurence J. O'Toole Jr & Kenneth J. Meier In Defense of Bureaucracy: Public managerial capacity, slack and the dampening of environmental shocks 12 3
2009 Steven Van de Walle International Comparisons of Public Sector Performance How to move ahead?s 11 1
2008 Chris Skelcher & Helen Sullivan Theory-driven approaches to analysing collaborative performance 10 6
2007 Jeff Chapman & Grant Duncan Is there now a new ‘New Zealand model’? 9 1

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