Alisa Hicklin Fryar
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Employee turnover and organizational performance: Testing a hypothesis from classical public administration
KJ Meier, A Hicklin
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (4), 573-590, 2008
2992008
Evaluating the impacts of “new” performance funding in higher education
NW Hillman, DA Tandberg, AH Fryar
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 37 (4), 501-519, 2015
2282015
What drives the implementation of diversity management programs? Evidence from public organizations
DW Pitts, AK Hicklin, DP Hawes, E Melton
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (4), 867-886, 2010
1632010
Serpents in the sand: Managerial networking and nonlinear influences on organizational performance
A Hicklin, LJ O'Toole Jr, KJ Meier
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (2), 253-273, 2008
1382008
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain: Public management and performance after a natural disaster
KJ Meier, LJ O’Toole Jr, A Hicklin
Administration & Society 41 (8), 979-1003, 2010
642010
Agents of change: The role of public managers in public policy
A Hicklin, E Godwin
Policy Studies Journal 37 (1), 13-20, 2009
632009
Network stability: opportunity or obstacles?
A Hicklin
Public Organization Review 4 (2), 121-133, 2004
522004
Calming the storms: Collaborative public management, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and disaster response
A Hicklin, LJ O’Toole Jr, KJ Meier, SE Robinson
The collaborative public manager, 95-114, 2009
462009
Race, structure, and state governments: The politics of higher education diversity
A Hicklin, KJ Meier
The Journal of Politics 70 (3), 851-860, 2008
452008
The Effect of Race‐Based Admissions in Public Universities: Debunking the Myths about Hopwood and Proposition 209
A Hicklin
Public Administration Review 67 (2), 331-340, 2007
452007
Competing explanations for minority enrollments in higher education
AH Fryar, DP Hawes
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (1), 83-99, 2012
362012
The disparate impacts of accountability—Searching for causal mechanisms
AH Fryar
Public Management Research Conference, Syracuse, NY, 2011
342011
The Role of Management and Representation in Improving Performance of Disadvantaged Students: An Application of Bum Phillips's “Don Shula Rule”1
KJ Meier, C Doerfler, D Hawes, AK Hicklin, RR Rocha
Review of Policy Research 23 (5), 1095-1110, 2006
332006
What do we mean by privatization in Higher Education?
AH Fryar
Higher education: Handbook of theory and research, 521-547, 2012
242012
Policy Climates, Enforcement Rates, and Migrant Behavior: Is Self‐Deportation a Viable Immigration Policy?
RR Rocha, DP Hawes, AH Fryar, RD Wrinkle
Policy Studies Journal 42 (1), 79-100, 2014
222014
Employee turnover and organizational performance: A theoretical extension and test with public sector data
KJ Meier, A Hicklin
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (4), 573-590, 2008
222008
When intuition misfires: A meta-analysis of research on performance-based funding in higher education
E Bell, AH Fryar, N Hillman
Research handbook on quality, performance and accountability in higher education, 2018
172018
O'Toole Jr., LJ, Meier, KJ, & Robinson, SE (2009). Calming the storms: Collaborative public management, hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and disaster response
A Hicklin
The collaborative public manager, 95-114, 0
6
Information versus ideology: Shaping attitudes towards Native American policy
T Conner, AH Fryar, T Johnson
The Social Science Journal 54 (1), 56-66, 2017
42017
Calming the Storms: Collaborative Public Management, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and Disaster Response
LJ O'Toole, A Hicklin, S Robinson, K Meier
42006
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