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First Name
Mary K
Last Name
Feeney
Country
USA
University
Arizona State University
Keywords
Public management, nonprofit management, science & technology policy, women in science, electronic government, mentoring, red tape, sector comparisons, public values
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Recent Publications

Langer, J., Feeney, MK and Lee, SE. Accepted. Employee Fit and Job Satisfaction in Bureaucratic and Entrepreneurial Work Environments. Review of Public Personnel Administration.

Feeney, M.K. and Brown, Adrian. 2016. Are small cities online? Content, ranking, and variation of U.S. municipal websites. Government Information Quarterly. Available online 11 November 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2016.10.005

Fusi, Federica, and Feeney MK. 2016. Social Media in the Workplace: Information Exchange, Productivity, or WasteAmerican Review of Public Administration, Online Nov 11, 2016.

Grimmelikhuisen, SG, and Feeney MK. 2016. Developing and testing an integrative framework for open government adoption in local governments. Public Administration Review. Online Nov 17, 2016.
DOI: 10.1111/puar.12689

Hayter, Chris, and Feeney, M.K. 2016. Determinants of external patenting behavior among university scientists. Science and Public Policy. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scw037First published online: October 10, 2016.

Feeney, M. K., and E. W. Welch. 2016. Technology-Task Coupling: Exploring Social Media Use and Managerial Perceptions of E-GovernmentAmerican Review of Public Administration 46(2):162-179. August 20 2014. 10.1177/0275074014547413

Huang, Wan-Ling, and M.K. Feeney. 2015. Citizen participation in local government decision-making: The role of manager motivation. Review of Public Personnel Administration. March 16 2015.doi:10.1177/0734371X15576410

Feeney, M.K. and Julie Langer. 2015.Getting Ahead in the Public Sector: Perceptions of Managers in US Municipalities. American Review of Public Administration. February 8, 2015, doi: 10.1177/0275074015570037

Feeney, M. K., M. Bernal, and L. Bowman. 2014. Enabling work? Family-friendly policies and academic productivity for men and women scientists. Science and Public Policy. March 5, 2014. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scu00

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