IJOTB 2016

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Investigating Leader-Member Exchange and Employee Envy: An Evidence from the 
Information Technology Industry ……………………………………………………………………………    419
A. Nandedkar

                                                                             SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on Social Media: Developments in Digital Democracy .............................   452
S. M. Zavattaro
 
Symposium Introduction ...............................................................................................   453
S. M. Zavattaro
 
An Internet Utopia? Government Use of Web Technologies to Engage Citizens in 
the US ...........................................................................................................................    459
L. A. Brainard
 
Designing Successful Participatory Platforms with a Public Intent: Lessons Learned
from Practitioners, Scholars, and Citizen Participants ................................................   479
C. Treisman, T. M. Kelley and E. W. Johnston
 
Concurrent or Integrated Hybridity? Exploring Offline and Online Citizen Participation 
in Invited Spaces ...........................................................................................................   514
W. No, L. Mook, and D. Schugurensky
 

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Decentralization: Operationalization and Measurement Model ..............................     275
B. Morozov
 
Influence of Organizational Context and Follower’s Deposition on the
Effectiveness of Transformational Leadership ………….............................................     308
J. Ho

                                                     SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on Mark Bevir’s A Theory of Governance ……………...............................     344
R. Piercey
 
Symposium Introduction .........................................................................................      345
R. Piercey
 
Mark Bevir’s A Theory of Governance from the Vantage of Political Philosophy .....    350
C. Macleod
Neoliberalism and the Entrepreneurial Subject: Tracking Bevir’s Decentered
Theory of Governance ...............................................................................................    361
G. S. Marshall
 
Narratives of Participatory Governance: Social Science and Democracy in Mark
Bevir’s A Theory of Governance ...............................................................................    372
A. Ron
 
A Reply to Critics .......................................................................................................   389
M. Bevir
Managing Boundaries in Integrated Care: A Qualitative Studyof Collaboration
between Municipalities and County Councils in Sweden .……………………………………….      139
A. Alvinius, B. W. Larsson, and G. Larsson
 
                                                                     SYMPOSIUM
 
Organizational Theory in Health Care Management: A Symposium ………………………….    166
S. Camilleri and K. Colville
 
Organizational Theory in Health Care Management: Symposium Introduction ………....   167
S. Camilleri and K. Colville
 
Hospital Ownership of Post-Acute Care Facilities and Re-Admission Rates: A
Resource Dependence and TransactionCost Approach ..……………………………….…..........  177
S. Camilleri and K. Colville
 
Coordination Mechanisms in Four Accountable Care Organizations ……………………….…  207
B. Hilligoss, P. H. Song, and A. S. McAlearney
 
A Conceptual Model for Achieving Value for Provider Organizations Participating
in Health Information Exchange ..................................………......................................….  233
D. M. Walker, T. R. Huerta, and M. L. Diana
 

                                                             SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on David Farmer’s Public Administration Theory ……............      1

B. Cunningham and A. Wachhaus

Symposium................................................................................................      2

B. Cunningham and A. Wachhaus

What Is Newark? ......................................................................................      8

A. Wachhaus

Applying Farmer’s Lenses: Two Illustrations ...........................................    16

T. Barth

Of Rhizomes and Pointillism: David John Farmer’s Influence,

Method and Art in the Field .....................................................................    30

R. Huff, C. Cors, J. Song, and Y. Pang

Advancing the Practice of Performance Measurement in Public

Organizations: Observations from the Tennessee Municipal

Benchmarking Project ............................................................................     45

C. Shults

Heroes, Superheroes, and Policy Outcomes: An Alternative View

of Leadership Of Public Organizations ...................................................     60

R. A. Schneider

The Practicality of Poetic Contemplation: A Reflection on David

Farmer as a Methodologist .....................................................................   79

R. Schmukler

Out of the Fly-Bottle? A Post-Script on Post-Traditional Public

Administration ........................................................................................   90

D. J. Farmer

David Farmer’s Body of Work: A Retrospective and Prospective

View ........................................................................................................  103

O. White, Jr.
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