IJOTB 2000

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1. Cross-Cultural Issues in Latin America ............................................................................................................ 1
     C. J. Robertson
2. Attitude toward Advertizing: Does the 7-Factor Model Work in Chile ............................................................ 3
     V. R. Davila and J. I Rojas-Mendez
3. Coverage of Latin American Business and Management Issues in Cross-Cultural
Research: An Analysis of JIBS MIR 1987—199................................................................................................... 21
     M. N. Elahee and S. P. Vaidya
4. Organizational Innovation in Developing Countries: An Empirical Approach............................................ 33
     P. Herrmann and M. Gordillo
5. The Role of Big Business in the Economic Integration of Latin America .................................................. 57
     D. B. Lanoue
6. Moral and Marketing Differences between the United States and Ecuador .............................................. 75
     C. J. Robertson, M. K. Brady and J. J. Hoffman
7. Aspects of Comparative Management in Selected Mexican and Peruvian Firms .................................... 91
     G. P. Sibeck and H. D. Stage
8. Resource Allocation Decisions: The Individual and the Organization ...................................................... 105
     W. B. Hildreth
9. Budgeting Theory through Relational Learning ............................................................................................ 107
     J. P. Forrester and C. J. Spindler
10. Budget Rationality in Policy Oriented State Budget Office......................................................................... 133
     K. Thurmaier
11. The Thin Blue Line Meets the Bottom Line of Community Policing ........................................................ 163
     M. A. Glaser and L. E. Parker

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1. Rethinking Concepts, Concerns, and Collaboration in Inter-organizational Relationships ................................................275
     L. S. Dudley and J. Sutton
2. Important but Largely Unanswered Questions About Accountability in Contracted Public Human Services ...................283
     J. S. Ott and L. A. Dicke
3. Improving the Quality of Public Administration Research on Nonprofits: Dismantling the Three-Sector Model ..............319
     K. Cheever, N. T. Kinny and P. Wolfe
4. Persistence of Organizational Identity within Inter-Organizational Relationships ..................................................................345
     P. B. Welleford and L. S. Dudley
5. Treating Development Networks Seriously: What Public Managers Should Know ...............................................................359
     S. A. Maclin and L. F. Keller
6. Public Virtual Organizations ..............................................................................................................................................................391
     T. D. Lynch, C. E. Lynch and R. D. White, Jr.
7. Motivation and Evaluation in Environmental Management Networks .......................................................................................413
     L. S. Nelson
8. Doubt and Deliberation: Making Strategy in Ontario's Food Bank System ..............................................................................435
     A. Roberts
9. Spirituality and Dialogue Revisited ..................................................................................................................................................473
     T. D. Lynch and R. D. White, Jr.
10. Searching for a Collective Ethos in Interorganizational Relationships ..................................................................................479
     L. Dudley
11. The U.S. Public Dialogue on Trade Policy: An Initial Assessment ..........................................................................................503
     L. R. Geri
12. Beyond African Humanism: Economic Reform in Post-Independent Zambia ......................................................................521
     A. Sekwat
13. The Ethics of Leadership Trust .......................................................................................................................................................549
     A. C. Rusaw
14. Trends in 20th Century United States Government Ethics ........................................................................................................571
     S. Cohen and W. B. Eimicke
15. Spirituality in Public Service .............................................................................................................................................................599
     W. Bruce

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1. Integrating Three Organizational Approaches: Breakthrough Performance in a State Government Office..........................................1
     J. N. Badovinac, P. V. Kovac, J. D. Jardine and G.. M. Mudacumura
2. What Drives Merger Behavior of Firms? Strategic Momentum Versus Bandwagon ..............................................................................37
     N. Pangarkar
3. Eyewitness to History: Public Servant Perspectives, Methodological Suggestions, and Professional Publications.......................73
     P. M. Leitner and R. J. Stupak
4. On Context and Content: The Study of Organization in Two Academic Settings ....................................................................................115
     Y. Samuel
5. Developing Internal Organization Development Consultants ....................................................................................................................135
     L. M. Dyer and J. C. Preston
6. A Revised Look at Management in Network Structures................................................................................................................................185
     M. P. Mandell
7. Job Involvement, Personal Characteristics and Performance among White-Collar Employees in the Kuwaiti Civil Service ........211
     A. G. Al-Otaibi
8. The Retirement Planning Gap: A Review from the Public Sector ...............................................................................................................235
     H. A. Frank, K. M. Condon, B. D. Dunlop and M. B. Rothman

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