Nathan Favero
Nathan Favero
Assistant Professor, American University
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How (not) to solve the problem: An evaluation of scholarly responses to common source bias
N Favero, JB Bullock
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (1), 285-308, 2015
2502015
Goals, trust, participation, and feedback: Linking internal management with performance outcomes
N Favero, KJ Meier, LJ O’Toole
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (2), 327-343, 2016
1032016
Evaluating urban public schools: Parents, teachers, and state assessments
N Favero, KJ Meier
Public Administration Review 73 (3), 401-412, 2013
852013
Performance gaps and managerial decisions: A Bayesian decision theory of managerial action
KJ Meier, N Favero, L Zhu
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (4), 1221-1246, 2015
752015
Taking Managerial Context Seriously: Public Management and Performance in US and Denmark Schools
K Meier, SC Andersen, LJ O'Toole Jr, N Favero, SC Winter
International Public Management Journal 18 (1), 130-150, 2015
552015
Social Context, Management, and Organizational Performance: When human capital and social capital serve as substitutes
KJ Meier, N Favero, M Compton
Public Management Review, 1-20, 2014
282014
Social Distancing during the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Who Are the Present and Future Noncompliers?
MJ Pedersen, N Favero
Public Administration Review 80 (5), 805-814, 2020
262020
The validity of subjective performance measures: School principals in Texas and Denmark
KJ Meier, SC Winter, LJ O'Toole Jr, N Favero, SC Andersen
Public administration 93 (4), 1084-1101, 2015
252015
Will the tide lift all boats? Examining the equity effects of performance funding policies in US higher education
N Favero, A Rutherford
Research in Higher Education 61 (1), 1-25, 2020
162020
Is Active Representation an Organizational-Level Process? The Indirect Effect of Bureaucrats on Clients They Don’t Directly Serve
N Favero, AL Molina Jr
The American Review of Public Administration, 0275074016660614, 2016
162016
How Should We Estimate the Performance Effect of Management? Comparing Impacts of Public Managers’ and Frontline Employees’ Perceptions of Management
N Favero, SC Andersen, KJ Meier, LJ O’Toole Jr, SC Winter
International Public Management Journal, 1-26, 2016
15*2016
For Better or worse: Organizational turnaround in New York City schools
N Favero, A Rutherford
Public Management Review 18 (3), 437-455, 2016
132016
What's Really Happening Here? Effectively Using Surveys to Learn About Organizations
N Favero
Public Performance & Management Review 40 (1), 145-157, 2016
102016
Public management on the ground: Clustering managers based on their behavior
MJ Pedersen, N Favero, VL Nielsen, KJ Meier
International Public Management Journal 22 (2), 254-294, 2019
92019
Beyond policy diffusion: Spatial econometric models of public administration
S Cook, SH An, N Favero
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Forthcoming. DOI: doi …, 2018
72018
How to encourage “Togetherness by Keeping Apart” amid COVID-19? The ineffectiveness of prosocial and empathy appeals
N Favero, MJ Pedersen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (2), 2020
52020
Pushing too hard? Unattainable organizational goals and frontline employee turnover
JM Stritch, AL Molina Jr, N Favero
Review of Public Personnel Administration 40 (2), 272-296, 2020
42020
Revisiting Multicollinearity: When Correlated Predictors Exhibit Nonlinear Effects or Contain Measurement Error
N Favero
Public Policy Analysis and Management’s Annual Fall Research Conference, 2016
22016
Organizational turnaround: moving beyond one-size-fits-all solutions
A Rutherford, N Favero
International Public Management Journal 23 (3), 315-335, 2020
12020
Social Class, Ingroup–Outgroup Comparison, and Citizen Evaluations: Is User Satisfaction Linked to Outcome Disparities?
M Song, M Kim, N Favero
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (2), 205-218, 2020
12020
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