Evan Berman

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Professor of Public Management School of Government

Qualifications

  • B.Sc., M.A. (University of Amsterdam)
  • Ph.D. (George Washington University)

Research interests

  • Public Management;
  • Leadership;
  • HRM/OB;
  • Public Governance in Asia-Pacific and North America

Profile

Evan Berman is Professor of Public Management for the School of Government. Evan’s research interests lie in the areas of public performance, public leadership and public sector human resources management. Evan is recipient of the NASPAA/ASPA Distinguished Research Award in 2017 which “recognizes an identifiable body of work by an individual that has made substantial impact on the thought and understanding of public administration” and is jointly presented by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) and the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) He also received the Fred Riggs Award for Lifetime Achievement in International and Comparative Public Administration (2015) and the Outstanding Scholarship Award from the American Society for Public Administration, Section on Personnel and Labor Relations, in recognition of outstanding scholarship in public human resource management throughout a career of research. Evan is listed among the very most productive scholars of his generation and has 15 books and over 150 articles that have appeared in all of the leading journals of the discipline. Evan has directed international, comparative studies in the U.S. and Asia-Pacific. He is the current editor-in-chief of Emerald’s book series on Public Policy & Governance (UK), and senior editor of Public Performance & Management Review. He serves on the editorial boards of many other leading journals.

Evan’s current focus is on research on Asian public governance and on strengthening relations with leading institutions in Asia-Pacific and the U.S. Evan has fostered a range of new activities with leading universities in Greater China, Indonesia, and Thailand and often participates in major international events in these countries. He has Ph.D. students from Vietnam. Prior to moving to Asia, he had a full career in the U.S. and was the Huey McElveen Distinguished Professor at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, USA). He provided initiative in helping SOG achieve accreditation by NASPAA, the U.S.-based Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (2017), the first such accreditation in the Southern Hemisphere. Evan is also a dedicated teacher who has won teaching awards. He is author of two leading and widely used textbooks in the field, “Human Resources Management in Public Service” (Sage 2015, 5th ed), and “Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts,” (Sage/CQ Press 2017, 4th ed). The HRM text received a Best Book Award from the American Society for Public Administration, Section on Personnel and Labor Relations (2001), and a Cornerstone Author Award from Sage for the latest edition, recognizing the quality of scholarship.

Evan’s research on performance, leadership and HRM is frequently cited and he often presents in international settings. His articles cover a wide range of topics, including public performance management strategies, public executive leadership, network management, creativity management in a leading city, use of psychological contracts, job satisfaction, and application to diverse policy settings such as sustainability. His trilogy on Public Administration in Asia (Taylor & Francis, 2010, 2011, 2013) was well-received and is often used. Evan is also actively engaged in in executive education and has conducted trainings around the world as well as at VUW for visiting international delegations. Before joining Victoria University of Wellington, Evan was University Chair Professor and Director of International Ph.D. Program in Asia-Pacific Studies at National Chengchi University (Taipei, Taiwan). He is currently Adjunct Chair Professor at NCCU and also Guest Professor at Renmin University (Beijing, China). Prior to moving to Taiwan, he taught at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, USA), the University of Central Florida and the University of Miami, and he has worked for the U.S. National Science Foundation. Evan is an active member of the American Society for Public Administration and other professional associations.

Publications

Books

  • _________ and E. Prasojo, eds. (2018). Leadership and Public Sector Reform in Asian Countries. (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishers).
  • _________ and X. Wang, (2017). Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts, (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage/CQ Press). 4rd edition. Complete set: Textbook with Workbook, Exercising Essential Statistics (incl. datasets and additional applications), and Instructors’ Manual.
  • _________, and S. Haque, eds. (2016). Asian Leadership in Policy and Governance. (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishers).
  • Minto-Jones, I. and _________, eds. (2016). Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean. (New York: Taylor & Francis).
  • _________, J. Bowman, J. West and M. Van Wart, (2015). Human Resource Management in Public Service: Paradoxes, Problems and Processes, (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications). 5th edition.
  • Sabharwal, M. and _________,, eds. (2013). Public Administration in South Asia: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. (New York: CRC Press /Taylor & Francis).
  • _________ and M. Berman (2012). People Skills At Work. (New York: CRC Press /Taylor & Francis).
  • _________, ed. (2011). Public Administration in Southeast Asia: Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong The Philippines and Macau. (New York: CRC Press /Taylor & Francis).
  • _________, J. Moon and H. Choi, eds. (2010). Public Administration in East Asia: China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan. (New York: CRC Press /Taylor & Francis.
  • _________ and J. Rabin, eds. (2007). Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy. (New York: Taylor & Francis). 2nd edition. (3 volumes).
  • West, J and _________, eds. (2007). The Ethics Edge, (Washington, D.C.)
  • _________, (2006). Performance and Productivity for Public and Nonprofit Organizations (New York: M.E. Sharpe). 2nd edition.
  • J. Bowman, J. West, _________, and M. Van Wart, (2004). The Professional Edge: Competencies for Public Service, (New York: M.E. Sharpe).
  • B. Werther and _________, (2001). Third Sector Management: The Art of Managing Nonprofit Organizations, (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press).
  • R. Kearney and _________, eds. (1999). Public Sector Performance: Management, Motivation and Measurement, (Boulder, CO: Westview Press), ASPA Classics Series.

Selected peer-reviewed articles

  • Lofgren, K., G. Plimmer, ________and M. Macaulay, (2018). Expectations, Trust and ‘No Surprises’: Perceptions of Autonomy in New Zealand Crown Entities. Australian Journal of Public Administration. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8500.12305 (online 15 January 2018)
  • Chen, C-A., B. Bozeman and _________. (2018). The Grass is Greener, But Why? Evidence of Employees’ Perceived Sector Mismatch from the US, New Zealand, and Taiwan. International Public Management Journal, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10967494.2018.1425228 (online Jan 10, 2018)
  • _______, D-Y. Chen, X. Wang and I. Liu (2017). Executive Entrepreneurship in National Departments, Administration & Society, forthcoming.DOI: 10.1177/0095399717701523 (online April 4, 2017).
  • Steel, B. J. Pierce, _______, and J. Taylor (2017). Job Satisfaction in Cascadia: A Comparison of British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington Civil Servants. Social Science Journal, 54(4): 379-388
  • Kwang, B. M. Sabharwal, A. Smith and ________. (2017). Does Demographic Dissimilarity Matter for Perceived Inclusion? Evidence from Public Sector Employees. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 37(1): 4-22.
  • Chen, K., Wang, X-H, and _______ . (2016) Building Network Implementation Capacity: Evidence from China. International Public Management Journal, 19(2): 264-291.
  • Klijn, E.-H., T. Ysa, V. Olivera, _______ , J. Edelenbos and D-Y. Chen. (2016). The influence of trust on network performance in Taiwan, Spain and The Netherlands: a cross country comparison. International Public Management Journal, 19(1):111-139.
  • M. Sabharwal, I. Moghrabi, and _______. (2015). “The Importance of Ethical Environment to Organizational Performance in Employment At Will States.” Administration & Society, ad (April 16, 2015),forthcoming. DOI: 0095399715581043
  • _______. (2015). “HRM in Development: Lessons and Frontiers.” Public Administration and Development, 35(2):113-127.
  • Chen, C-A., and _______. (2014). “Middle Managers’ Upward Roles in the Public Sector.” Administration & Society, doi: 10.1177/0095399714546326 (August 19, 2014), forthcoming..
  • Klijn, E.-H., T. Ysa, V. Olivera, _______ , J. Edelenbos and D-Y. Chen. (2014) "The Influence of Network Management and Complexity on Network Performance in Taiwan, Spain and The Netherlands.” Public Management Review, 17(5): 736-764.
  • Wang, X, C. Hawkins and _________, (2014). “Financing Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement: Evidence from US Cities.” Urban Affairs Review, 50(6):806-834
  • Wang, X. and _________, (2014). “Financing Conservation: Some Empirical Evidence from Florida local governments.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 57, no.5, pp.733-750.
  • _________, et al. (2013). “Public Executive Leadership in East and West: An Examination of HRM Factors in Eight Countries” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol(33), no.2, pp. 164-184.
  • _________, M. Sabharwal, C-Y. Wang…….et al. (2013). ‘The Impact of Societal Culture on the Use of Performance Management Practices in East Asia: Evidence from a Comparative Survey,” Public Management Review, vol. 15, no. 8, pp.1065-1089.
  • _________, D-Y. Chen, C-Y. Jan and T-Y. Huang, (2013) “Public Agency Leadership: The Impact of Informal Understandings with Political Appointees on Perceived Agency Innovation in Taiwan.” Public Administration, Vol. 91, Issue 2, pp. 303–324.
  • Wang, X., N. Lebredo, C. Hawkins, and _________ . (2012). “Capacity to Sustain Sustainability: A Study of U.S. Cities.” Public Administration Review, vol.72, no.6, pp. 841-853.
  • _________ and J. West. (2012). “Public Values in Special Districts: A Survey of Managerial Commitment.” Public Administration Review, vol.72, no.1, pp.43-54.
  • West. J. and _________. (2011). “The Impact of Management Work Habits on Public Sector Performance: A Study of Local Government Managers.” Public Personnel Management, vol.40, no.1, pp. 63-87.
  • _________, and C.-G. Kim. (2010). “Creativity Management in Public Organizations: Jump- Starting Innovation (in Seoul).” Public Performance & Management Review, vol. 33 , no. 4, pp. 619-652.
  • West, J. and _________. (2009). “ Job Satisfaction of Public Managers in Special Districts,” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.29, no.4, pp. 327-353.
  • Kapucu, N., X. Wang and _________, (2008). “Emergency Information Management and Public Disaster Preparedness: Lessons from the 2004 Florida Hurricane Season.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, vol.26, no.3, pp.169-196
  • _________ and J. West. (2008). “Managing Emotional Intelligence in U.S. Cities: A Study of Public Managers.” Public Administration Review, vol.68. no.4 (July/August), pp.742-758.
  • _________ and J. West. (2007). “The Effective Manager….Takes A Break.” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.27., no.4 (December), pp.380-400.
  • R. Korosec and _________ (2006). “Municipal Support of Social Entrepreneurship.” Public Administration Review, vol.66, no.3 (May/June), 448-462.
  • _________ and R. Korosec (2005). “Planning to Coordinate and Coordinating the Plan: Evidence from Local Governments.” American Review of Public Administration, vol.35, no.4, pp.380-401
  • J. West and _________ (2004). “Ethics Training Efforts in U.S. Cities: Content and Impact.” Public Integrity, vol.6, no.3, pp. 189-206.
  • _________ and J. West. (2003). “Solutions to the Problem of Managerial Mediocrity: Moving Up to Excellence (Part 2).” Public Performance & Management Review, vol. 27, no.2 (December), pp. 28-50.
  • _________ and J. West. (2003). “What is Managerial Mediocrity? Definition, Prevalence and Negative Impact (Part 1),” Public Performance & Management Review, vol. 27, no.2 (December), pp. 7-27.
  • _________ and J. West. (2003). “Psychological Contracts in Local Government: A Preliminary Survey.” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.23., no.4 (December), pp.267-285.
  • J. West and _________, (2003). "Increasing Urban Government Financial Accountability: The Roles of Multiple Stakeholders," Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, vol.14, no. 4 (Winter), pp.497-534.
  • _________, J. West and M Richter, (2002). “Workplace Relations: Friendship Patterns and Consequences (According to Managers),” Public Administration Review, vol.62, no.2 (March/April), pp.155-168.
  • X. Wang and _________, (2001). “Hypotheses About Performance Measurement in Counties: Findings from a Survey,” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, vol.11., no.3 (July), pp.403-427.
  • J. West and _________, (2001). “The Impact of Revitalized Management on the Adoption of Information Technology,” Public Performance & Management Review, vol.24, no.3 (Summer), pp.233-253.
  • _________, and X. Wang, (2000). “Performance Measurement in U.S. Counties: Capacity for Reform.” Public Administration Review, vol.60, no.5 (September/October), pp.409-420.
  • _________, and J. West, (1999). “Career Risk and Reward from Productivity,” Public Personnel Management, vol.28, no.3 (Fall), pp.453-471.
  • _________, and J. West, (1998). “Productivity Enhancement Efforts in Public and Nonprofit Organizations,” Public Productivity & Management Review, vol.22, no.2 (December), pp.207-219.
  • _________, (1997). “Dealing with Cynical Citizens,” Public Administration Review, vol.57, no.2 (March-April), pp.105-112.
  • _________, and J. West, (1997). “Managing Ethics To Improve Performance and Build Trust,” Public Integrity Annual, vol.2 (April), pp.21-29.
  • _________, and J. West, (1997). “Municipal Responses to Homelessness: A National Survey of Preparedness,” Journal of Urban Affairs, vol. 19, no.3 (Fall), pp.303-318.
  • J. West and _________, (1996), “Managerial Responses to an Aging Municipal Workforce: A National Survey,” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.16, no.3 (Summer), pp.38-58.
  • _________, and A. Levine, (1996). “Cooperation Hones the Competitive Edge,” Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, vol.11, no.3 (Fall), pp.54-59.
  • _________, and J. West, (1995). “Public-Private Leadership and the Role of Non-Profit Organizations: The Case of Social Services,” Policy Studies Review, vol.14, no.1/2 (Spring-Summer), pp.235-246.
  • _________, and J. West, (1995). “Municipal Commitment to Total Quality Management: A Survey of Recent Progress,” Public Administration Review, vol.55, no.1 (January-February 1995), pp.57-66.
  • J. West, _________, and A. Cava, (1995). “Ethical Decision-Making in Business and Government: An Analysis of Formal and Informal Strategies,” Spectrum: The Journal of State Government, vol.68, no.2 (Spring), pp.28-36.
  • _________, and J. West, (1994). “Values Management in Local Government: A Survey of Progress and Future Directions,” Review of Public Personnel Administration, vol.14, no.1 (Winter), pp.6-23.
  • G. Sanders, _________, and J. West, (1994). “Municipal Government Financial Reporting: Administrative and Ethical Climate,” Journal of Public Budgeting & Finance, vol.14, no.2 (Summer), pp.65-78.
  • _________, J. West and A. Cava, (1994). “Ethics Management in Municipal Government and Large Firms: Exploring Similarities and Differences,” Administration & Society, vol.26, no.2 (August), pp.185-203.
  • _________, (1994). “Technology Transfer and the Federal Laboratories: A Mid-Term Assessment of Cooperative Research,” Policy Studies Journal, vol.22, no.2 (Summer), pp.338-348.
  • B. Werther, _________, and E. Vasconcellos, (1994). “The Future of Technology Management,” Organizational Dynamics, vol.22, no. 3 (Winter), pp.20-32.
  • J. West and _________, (1993). “Human Resource Strategies in Local Government: A Survey of Progress and Future Directions,” American Review of Public Administration, vol.23, no.1 (Fall), pp.279-297.
  • _________, (1991). “The Politics of Federal Technology Policy: 1980-1988,” Policy Studies Review, vol.10, no.4 (Fall), pp.28-41.
  • _________, (1990). “R&D Consortia: What Impact on Competitiveness?” Journal of Technology Transfer, vol.15, no.3 (Summer), pp.5-12
  • _________, (1990). “The Economic Impact of Industry-Funded University R&D,” Research Policy, vol.19, no.4 (August), pp.349-355.

Selected book chapters and other publications

  • __________ . (2018). Rethinking Democracy: Reforming Appointee-Executive Relations. PA Times, March 30. https://patimes.org/rethinking-democracy-reforming-appointee-executive-relations/ (Spring 2018 PA Times edition, pp.23-24)
  • __________ . (2018) Sharpening The Sword Of State: Building Executive Capacities In The Public Services Of The Asia-Pacific. Public Administration Review. 78(1): 172-174. (book review).
  • Rennie, C. and _______. (2018). Leadership and Public Sector Reform in New Zealand. In: E. Berman (ed.) Leadership and Public Sector Reform in Asian Countries. (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishers), pp.255-284.
  • _________, (2018), Leadership and Public Sector Reforms In Asia: An Overview. In: In: E. Berman (ed.) Leadership and Public Sector Reform in Asian Countries. (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishers), pp.1-18.
  • Allen B, _______, Cantal C, Eppel E, Jackson B, Lofgren K, Macauley M, Plimmer G. (2017). Independent Review of the Performance Improvement Framework – Main Report and Key Messages 02 Oct 2017. Victoria University of Wellington School of Government, Wellington, New Zealand. Available at: http://www.ssc.govt.nz/performance-improvement-framework
  • _______ . (2017). City Manager in Three Countries: An Interview with Michael Willis. Public Administration Review, 77(3): 447–452. (Administrative Profile).
  • Minto-Coy, I. and _________, (2016). Public Sector Capacity for Governance in the Caribbean. In: Karagiannis, N. and D. Mohammed, eds. The Modern Caribbean Economy: Alternative Perspectives and Policy Implications (Vol.1). (New York: Business Expert Press), pp. 43-73.
  • _______ . (2016) Public Administration in the Context of Global Governance. International Review of Public Administration, 21(2): 176-177 (book review).
  • _______ . (2015) Public Administration in The Asian Century.. In: Punyaratabandhu, Suchitra (editor). Public Administration in Thailand: Change, Development and Future Directions. (Rathaprasasanasart nai Prathet Thai: Karn Plien Plaeng, Karn Pattana, lae Thit Thang) School of Public Administration, NIDA, Bangkok: Sukhumvit Media Marketing Press, pp.253-272.
  • Granvorka, E. Strobl, L. Walling and _________. (2016). Environmental Risk Management in the Carribean. In: Minto-Jones, I. and _________, eds. (2016). Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean. (New York: Taylor & Francis), pp. 311-356 (chapter 14).
  • Minto-Jones, I. and _________, (2016). Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean: An Overview. In: Minto-Jones, I. and _________, eds. (2016). Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean. (New York: Taylor & Francis), pp. 1-32.
  • _________, (2014). China’s Sent-Down Generation: Public Administration and the Legacies of Mao’s Reconstruction Program. Pacific Affairs, 87(4):839-841(book review).
  • E-H. Klijn, V. Sierra, T. Ysa, _________, J. Edelenbos and D-Y. Chen. (2013). “Context in Governance Networks: Complex interactions between macro, meso and mirco. A theoretical exploration and some empirical evidence on the impact of context factors. In: C. Pollitt. Context in Public Policy and Management: The Missing Link? (Glos, UK: Edward Elgar), pp.233-257
  • M. Sabharwal and _________. (2011). “Public Administration in South Asia. In: Sabharwal, M. and E. Berman, eds. (2013). Public Administration in South Asia: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. (New York: CRC Press /Taylor & Francis), pp. 1-28.
  • _________. (2011). “Public Administration in Southeast Asia: An Overview.” InBerman, ed. Public Administration in Southeast Asia: Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Philippines and Macao. Taylor & Francis, pp.1-32.
  • J. West and _________. (2011). “Ethics and Training.” In: N. Riccucci ed. Public Personnel Management: Current Concerns, Future Challenges (New York: Longman Press), 5th edition, forthcoming.
  • _________. (2010). “Public Administration in East Asia: Common Roots, Ways and Tasks.” InBerman, E. J. Moon and H. Choi, eds. (2010). Public Administration in East Asia: Mainland China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan. Taylor & Francis, pp.1-25.
  • _________, (2009). “A Time for Renewal: How Retirement and Internationalization Affects Public Administration Today.” PA Times 32(5):21-24.
  • _________, and Yijia Jing (2008). “Assessing the State of Public Administration Research in Mainland China: Prospects and Challenges,” Chinese Public Administration Review, vol.5., no.1/2, pp.1-7.
  • _________, (2007). “External Evaluator’s Report on the Master’s of Public Policy (MPP) program at the KDI School of Public Policy and Management: A View of NASPAA Standards,” Conference on the 10th Anniversary of the KDI School of Public Policy and Management (Seoul, Korea).
  • _________, and D. Berman, (2006). “Uncertainty as Reality – A Year in New Orleans ,” PA Times, vol.28, no.9 (August), pp.6-7.
  • _________, (2006). “The Art and Science of Doing Citizen Surveys.” Citizen-Driven Government Performance. (Seoul, Korea: Seoul Development Institute), pp.91-109.
  • _________, T. Lynch, C. Lynch, M. Berman, (2005). “There was No Plan – A Louisiana Perspective,” PA Times, vol.28, no. 10 (October), pp.3-8. (Award for Best Article 2005)
  • Werther, B. and _________. (2004), “Leading the Transformation of Boards.” Nonprofit World, vol. 22, no.2 (March-April), pp.9-13.
  • _________, (2004). “The Implementation Game.” In: M. Holzer, et al., eds. Public Productivity Handbook (New York: Marcel Dekker), pp.165-180.
  • _________, (2003). “Motivation.” In: Jack Rabin, et al., eds. Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy. (New York: Marcel Dekker), pp.785-789 (encyclopedia entry).
  • _________, (2002). “Innovation at the Department of Transportation: A Commentary.” Public Performance & Management Review, vol.26, no.2, pp.207-209.
  • _________, (2002). “How Useful is Performance Measurement?” Public Performance & Management Review, vol.25, no.4 (June), pp.348-351 (essay).
  • _________, (2002). “Productivity and Privatization in HRM” in: S. Hays and R. Kearney (eds.), Public Personnel Administration: Problems and Prospects, (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall), (fourth edition), pp.183-195.
  • _________, and X. Wang, (2001) “Managing Local Government,” American Review of Public Administration, vol.31, no.2 (June), pp.231-235 (book review).
  • _________, (2001). “Measuring Productivity.” in: J. Steven Ott and E.W. Russell (eds.) Introduction to Public Administration: A Book of Readings. (New York: Longman), pp. 536-548. (reprint).
  • _________, (1999). “Productivity in State Governments.” In: J. Gargan (ed.), Handbook of State Government Administration (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker), pp. 131-156.
  • _________, (1999). “Causal Modeling and Path Analysis in Public Administration Research,” in G. Miller and M. Whicker (eds.), Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker), pp.453-474.
  • _________, and S. Bonczek, (1998).“The Ethics of Community-Building.” In: E. Berman, J. West and S. Bonczek (eds). The Ethics Edge (Washington, D.C.: International City/County Management Association), pp.216-226.
  • J. West, _________, S. Bonczek and B. Kellar, (1998). “Frontiers in Ethics Training,” Public Management, vol.80, no.6 (June), pp.4-9.
  • _________, and J. Jurie, (1998). “Community Building and Economic Development.” In: T. Liou (ed.) Handbook of Economic Development (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker), pp.283-300.
  • _________, (1997). “Cooperative Research and Development Agreements,” in: Yong Lee (ed.), Technology Transfer and Public Policy (New York, NY: Quorum Books), pp.159-171.
  • _________, (1996). “Governance in a Changing Environment,” by Guy Peters (ed.), Policy Currents, vol.5, no.3, (August), pp.8-9 (book review).
  • _________, and J. West, (1995). “Implementing TQM in Local Government: The Leadership Challenge,” in: J.P. West (ed.), Quality Management Today(Washington, D.C.: International City and County Management Association), pp.51-60 (edited reprint). Also: D. Watson and W. Hassett (eds.) Local Government Management: Current Issues and Best Practices. (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe), pp.329-340 (reprint).
  • J. West and _________, (1994). “Strategic Human Resource and Career Development Training,” in: S. Hays and R. Kearney (eds.), Public Personnel Administration: Problems and Prospects, (Prentice Hall: Englewood Cliffs), (third edition), chapter 5, pp.73-88.
  • J. West and _________, (1994). “HRM, TQM, and Organizational Policies: The Need for Alignment,” Proceedings of the Academy of Business Administration: Public Sector Studies (London, U.K.), pp.923-929.
  • B. Werther and _________, (1993). “The HRM Response to the Changing Boundaries of Middle Management: An Exploratory Survey,” Proceedings of the Southern Management Association, (Academy of Management: Atlanta, GA), pp.263-265.
  • B. Werther and _________, (1993). “A Conceptual Framework for Overcoming Resistance to the Measurement of Productivity and Quality,” Productivity and Quality Management Frontiers IV (Norcross, GA: Institute of Industrial Engineers), pp.1027-1035 (w/Werther)
  • J. West, _________, and A. Cava, (1993). “Ethics in the Municipal Workplace,” Municipal Yearbook 1993, (International City and County Management Association), vol.60, pp.3-16 (Lead Chapter).
  • _________, (1990). “Government, Politics and Economic Competitiveness in the Global Economy,” Journal of Inter-American Studies, vol.32, no.3 (Fall), pp. 247-257 (book review).