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J. Edward Kellough
J. Edward Kellough
Department of Public Administration and Policy, University of Georgia
Verified email at uga.edu
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Bureaucracy as a representative institution: Toward a reconciliation of bureaucratic government and democratic theory
SC Selden, JL Brudney, JE Kellough
Representative bureaucracy: Classic readings and continued controversies …, 1998
3571998
The paradox of merit pay in the public sector: Persistence of a problematic procedure
JE Kellough, H Lu
Review of Public Personnel Administration 13 (2), 45-64, 1993
3071993
The new public personnel administration
LG Nigro, FA Nigro, JE Kellough
Cengage Learning, 2012
3062012
Representative bureaucracy: Assessing the evidence on active representation
M Bradbury, JE Kellough
The American Review of Public Administration 41 (2), 157-167, 2011
2972011
Pay for performance in Georgia state government: Employee perspectives on GeorgiaGain after 5 years
JE Kellough, LG Nigro
Review of Public Personnel Administration 22 (2), 146-166, 2002
2522002
Integration in the public workplace: Determinants of minority and female employment in federal...
JE Kellough
Public Administration Review 50 (5), 557-566, 1990
2511990
Representative bureaucracy: Exploring the potential for active representation in local government
MD Bradbury, JE Kellough
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (4), 697-714, 2008
2242008
Responding to a wake-up call: An examination of federal agency diversity management programs
JE Kellough, KC Naff
Administration & society 36 (1), 62-90, 2004
2112004
Ensuring employment equity: Are federal diversity programs making a difference?
KC Naff, JE Kellough
International Journal of Public Administration 26 (12), 1307-1336, 2003
2072003
The reinvention of public personnel administration: An analysis of the diffusion of personnel management reforms in the states
JE Kellough, SC Selden
Public administration review 63 (2), 165-176, 2003
2052003
Understanding affirmative action
JE Kellough
Politics, Discrimination, and the, 2006
2032006
Women and minorities in federal government agencies: Examining new evidence from panel data
C Cornwell, JE Kellough
Public Administration Review, 265-270, 1994
1921994
Volunteers in state government: Involvement, management, and benefits
JL Brudney, JE Kellough
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 29 (1), 111-130, 2000
1752000
Cross-agency comparisons of quit rates in the federal service: Another look at the evidence
JE Kellough, W Osuna
Review of Public Personnel Administration 15 (4), 58-68, 1995
1471995
Dramatic reform in the public service: At-will employment and the creation of a new public workforce
JE Kellough, LG Nigro
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 16 (3), 447-466, 2006
1282006
Pay-for-performance systems in state government: Perceptions of state agency personnel managers
JE Kellough, SC Selden
Review of Public Personnel Administration 17 (1), 5-21, 1997
1041997
Choosing public sector employment: The impact of wages on the representation of women and minorities in state bureaucracies
JJ Llorens, JB Wenger, JE Kellough
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (3), 397-413, 2008
1012008
Civil service reform in the states: Personnel policy and politics at the subnational level
JE Kellough, LG Nigro
suny Press, 2006
772006
The reinventing government movement: A review and critique
JE Kellough
Public Administration Quarterly, 6-20, 1998
711998
Civil service reform in Georgia: Going to the edge?
LG Nigro, JE Kellough
Review of Public Personnel Administration 20 (4), 41-54, 2000
662000
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