IJOTB 2006

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REGULAR ARTICLES
Comparing Appreciative Inquiry to A Diagnostic Technique In Organizational Change: The Moderating Effects of Gender ........ 449
L. E. Sekerka, A. M. Brumbaugh, J. A. Rosa and D. Cooperrider
Tacit Knowledge, Nonaka and Takeuchi SECI Model and
Informal Knowledge Processes ...................................................... 490
S. L. Hoe
SYMPOSIUM
A Symposium to Begin A Dialogue About Values Perspectives
in The Public Sector ........................................................................ 503
A. M. Schuh and G. M. Miller
Symposium Introduction ................................................................ 504
A. M. Schuh and G. M. Miller
Value Consciousness and Public Management ............................ 510
T. Beck Jørgensen
The Convergence of Public and Nonprofit Values:
A Research Agenda for the Intersectoral Study of
Representative Bureaucracy .......................................................... 537
K. M. LeRoux and B. G. Sneed
Stakeholder Approach to Bureaucratic Responsiveness:
A Network-Based Framework to Analyze Public Administrator
Value Preferences ............................................................................ 557
T. A. Bryer

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Perceptions of Justice within Leader-Employee DYADS ............... 291
D. Yagil
Work and Family Conflict: Can Home-Based Teleworking
Make a Difference ......................................................................... 307
S. R. Madsen
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Reinventing Public Governance in
Developing Countries: Part II ........................................................ 351
M. S. Haque and G. M. Mudacumura
Shaping Public Management for Governance and
Development: The Cases of Pakistan and Bangladesh .............. 352
H. Zafarullah
New Public Management as a Template for Reforms in
Low-Income Countries: Issues and Lessons from Ghana .......... 378
G. A. Larbi
From Smaller to Better Government: The Challenge of the
Second and Third Generations of State Reform ......................... 408
O. Oszlak

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Public-Sector Managerial Values: United States, Canada,
and Japan......................................................................................... 147
P. E. Connor, B. W. Becker, L. F. Moore, and Y. Okubo
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Reinventing Public Governance in
Developing Countries: Part I .......................................................... 174
M. S. Haque and G. M. Mudacumura
Introduction: Reinventing Public Governance in
Developing Countries ..................................................................... 175
M. S. Haque and G. M. Mudacumura
Redefining the Role of the Public Service under Neoliberal
States in Developing Nations ......................................................... 191
M. S. Haque
Reinventing Hong Kong's Public Service: Same NPM
Reform, Different Contexts and Politics ........................................ 212
A. B. L. Cheung
The Prospects and Limitations of Civil Service Reform in
Korea: Strong Initiation, But Uncertain Sustainability?................. 235
M. J. Moon & P. S. Kim
Reinvention in Public Governance in Southeast Asia: Its
Impacts on Economic Sovereignty and Self-Reliance .................. 254
M. S. Haque

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Homosexual Managers and the Homosexual Impregnation
Policy .................................................................................................. 1
G. M. Caldwell
Mixing State, Market and Network Governance Modes: The
Role of Government in "Crowded" Policy Domains ..................... 27
R. Keast, M. Mandell and K. Brown
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Myth and Allegory in Public Administration ...... 51
A. J. Sementelli
Symposium Introduction ................................................................. 52
A. J. Sementelli
"Come Out Neville!": Some Thoughts on the Myth of
Progress ............................................................................................. 55
R. M. Cawley
Performance Budgeting: Descriptive, Allegorical, Mythical,
and Idealistic ..................................................................................... 72
R. J. Herzog
Government Is Them: How Traveling the Road to Wellville
Can Undermine the Legitimacy of Public Administration ........... 92
A. J. Sementelli

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