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Performance Management and Performance Appraisal: Czech Self-Governments

References Andrews, R., G. A. Boyne and R. M. Walker. 2006. “Subjective and Objective Measures of Organizational Performance: An Empirical Exploration.” In G. A. Boyne, K. J. Meier, L. J. O’Toole Jr. and R. M. Walker (eds.). Public Service Performance: Perspectives on Measurement and Management. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 14 - 34. Armstrong, M. 2009. Armstrong’s Handbook of Performance Management. London: Kogan Page. Blalock, A. B. 1999. “Evaluation Research and the Performance Management Movement

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Evaluating Performance of Government Inspection Bodies: A Possible Approach

References Alach, Z. 2017. “Towards a Standard Conceptual Typology of Public Sector Performance Measurement.” Kotuitui 12(1), 56 - 69. Arndt, C., S. Hermanutz, C. Kauffmann and R. Schultz. 2016. “Building Regulatory Policy Systems in OECD Countries.” OECD Regulatory Policy Working Paper 5. Paris: OECD Publishing. Barbato, G. and M. Turri. 2017. “Understanding Public Performance Measurement through Theoretical Pluralism.” International Journal of Public Sector Management 30

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Searching for Organizational Intelligence in the Evolution of Public-Sector Performance Management

References Bort, E., R. McAlpine and G. Morgan. 2012. The Silent Crisis: Failure and Revival in Local Democracy in Scotland. Glasgow: The Jimmy Reid Foundation. Bouckaert, G. and J. Halligan. 2008. Managing Performance: International Comparisons. London: Routledge. Bouckaert, G. and W. Van Dooren. 2009. “Performance Measurement and Management in Public Sector Organizations.” In T. Bovaird and E. Loffl er (eds). Public Management and Governance. London: Routledge. 151 - 164. Bourdieu, P. 2000

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Performance Evaluation of the Government Agencies of Kazakhstan

References Andersen, Lotte B., Andreas A. Boesen and Lene H. Pedersen. 2016. “Performance in Public Organizations: Clarifying the Conceptual Space.” Public Administration Review 7(6), 852 - 862. Bemelmans-Videc, Maria, Jeremy Lonsdale and Burt Perrin. 2017. Making Accountability Work: Dilemmas for Evaluation and for Audit. NJ: Transaction Publishers. Bischoff , Ivo and Frederic Blaeschke. 2016. “Performance Budgeting: Incentives and Social Waste from Window Dressing.” Journal of Public Administration Research

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Negative Effects of Performance Based Funding of Universities: The Case of Slovakia

References Abramo, Giovanni, Tindaro Cicero and Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo. 2011. “Th e Dangers of Performance-Based Research Funding in Non-Competitive Higher Education Systems.” Scientometrics 87(3), 641 - 654. Agasisti, Tommaso and Carla Haelermans. 2016. “Comparing Efficiency of Public Universities among European Countries: Diff erent Incentives Lead to Different Performances.” Higher Education Quarterly 70(1), 81 - 104. Auranen, Otto and Mika Nieminen. 2010. “University Research Funding and Publication

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The Implementation of Performance Management in European Central Governments: More a North-South than an East-West Divide

References Aberbach, J. D., R. D. Putnam and B. A. Rockman. 1981. Bureaucrats and Politicians in Western Democracies. Cambridge, MA / London: Harvard University Press. Andrews, R. and G. A. Boyne. 2010. “Capacity, Leadership, and Organizational Performance: Testing the Black Box Model of Public Management.” Public Administration Review 70, 443 - 454. Askim, J. 2009. “The Demand Side of Performance Measurement: Explaining Councillors’ Utilization of Performance Information in Policymaking.” International Public

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Use and Utilization of Performance Information in Hungary: Exemplary Cases from the Local- Government and the Higher-Education Sectors

References Bartlett, W. 2013. “Obstacles to Evidence-Based Policy Making in the EU Enlargement Countries: The Case of Skills Policies.” Social Policy and Innovation 47(4), 451 - 467. Bouckaert, G. and J. Halligan. 2008. Managing Performance: International Comparisons. New York: Routledge. Clarke, A. E. 1991. “Social Worlds / Arenas Theory as Organizational Theory.” In D. R. Maines (ed.). Social Organization and Social Process: Essays in the Honor of Anselm Strauss. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 119 - 158

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Measuring for Absorption: How the Institutionalisation of EU Cohesion Policy Influences the Use of Performance Indicators in Hungary

. Abingdon: Routledge, 327 - 342. Bouckaert, Geert and Walter Balk. 1991. “Public Productivity Measurement: Diseases and Cures.” Public Productivity & Management Review 15(2), 229 - 235. Bouckaert, Geert and John Halligan. 2008. Managing Performance: International Comparisons. New York: Routledge. Bruttel, Oliver. 2005. “Contracting-out and Governance Mechanisms in the Public Employment Service.” Wissenschaft szentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung (WZB), Forschungsschwerpunkt: Arbeit, Sozialstruktur und Sozialstaat, Abteilung

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The impact of personality and self-efficacy on academic and military performance: The mediating role of self-efficacy

job performance: a meta-analysis. Personel psychology, 44, 1-26. Barrick, M. R., Mount, M. K., & Judge, T. A. (2001). Personality and Performance at the Beginning of the New Millennium: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go Next. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 9 (1/2), 9-30. Brown, S. D., Lent, R. W., Telander, K., & Tramayne, S. (2011). Social cognitive career theory, conscientiousness, and work performance: A meta-analytic path analyses. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79, 81-90. doi: 10.1016/j.jvb.2010

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Counterproductive Behaviors and Work Performance in Military Organization

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