Lael Keiser
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Lipstick and logarithms: Gender, institutional context, and representative bureaucracy
LR Keiser, VM Wilkins, KJ Meier, CA Holland
American political science review, 553-564, 2002
5542002
Linking passive and active representation by gender: The case of child support agencies
VM Wilkins, LR Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 16 (1), 87-102, 2006
2702006
Does my boss's gender matter? Explaining job satisfaction and employee turnover in the public sector
JA Grissom, J Nicholson-Crotty, L Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (4), 649-673, 2012
2332012
Understanding street‐level bureaucrats' decision making: Determining eligibility in the social security disability program
LR Keiser
Public Administration Review 70 (2), 247-257, 2010
2152010
With good cause: Bureaucratic discretion and the politics of child support enforcement
LR Keiser, J Soss
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1133-1156, 1998
2051998
Race, bureaucratic discretion, and the implementation of welfare reform
LR Keiser, PR Mueser, SW Choi
American Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 314-327, 2004
2002004
State bureaucratic discretion and the administration of social welfare programs: The case of social security disability
LR Keiser
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 9 (1), 87-106, 1999
1641999
A supervisor like me: Race, representation, and the satisfaction and turnover decisions of public sector employees
JA Grissom, LR Keiser
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 30 (3), 557-580, 2011
1352011
Policy design, bureaucratic incentives, and public management: The case of child support enforcement
LR Keiser, KJ Meier
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 6 (3), 337-364, 1996
611996
Public administration as a science of the artificial: A methodology for prescription
KJ Meier, LR Keiser
Public Administration Review, 459-466, 1996
601996
Street-level bureaucrats, administrative power and the manipulation of federal social security disability programs
LR Keiser
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 1 (2), 144-164, 2001
452001
The political roots of disability claims: How state environments and policies shape citizen demands
J Soss, LR Keiser
Political Research Quarterly 59 (1), 133-148, 2006
432006
Representative bureaucracy
LR Keiser
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, 2010
332010
Ecological disequilibrium drives insect pest and pathogen accumulation in non-native trees
CJ Crous, TI Burgess, JJ Le Roux, DM Richardson, B Slippers, ...
AoB Plants 9 (1), 2017
302017
The impact of organized interests on eligibility determination: The case of veterans' disability compensation
LR Keiser, SM Miller
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (2), 505-531, 2010
232010
The determinants of street-level bureaucratic behavior: gate-keeping in the social security disability program
LR Keiser
National Public Management Research Conference, Georgetown University, 2003
212003
The influence of women's political power on bureaucratic output: The case of child support enforcement
L Keiser
British Journal of Political Science 27 (1), 136-148, 1997
211997
Does administrative burden influence public support for government programs? Evidence from a survey experiment
LR Keiser, SM Miller
Public Administration Review 80 (1), 137-150, 2020
142020
The impact of bureaucratic structure on government eligibility decisions
LR Keiser
Public Management Research Association Conference, 2011
92011
Regulation and Consumer Protection: Politics, Bureaucracy & Economics
KJ Meier, ET Garman, LR Keiser
Dame Publications, 1998
91998
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