Review of Public Administration and Management

Review of Public Administration and Management
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ISSN: 2315-7844

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Citations Report

Citations Report - Review of Public Administration and Management [43 Articles]

The articles published in Review of Public Administration and Management have been cited 43 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Review of Public Administration and Management.

Yazdani F. Faculty of Business Informatics.

Osifo OC. Improving Trust Through Ethical Leadership: Moving beyond the social learning theory to a historical learning Approach. Journal of Media Critiques [JMC]. 2016 Dec 17;2(8).

Reddy A. Factors affecting green supply chain management (GSCM) initiatives: a case study at Cipla Medpro Manufacturing (Doctoral dissertation, University of KwaZulu-Natal).

Solomon A. Institutional co-creation interfaces for innovation diffusion during disaster management.

Qadir I, Ali A. Importance of logistics processes for customer service and firm performance: Evidence from furniture industry of Pakistan. Management: Journal of Sustainable Business and Management Solutions in Emerging Economies. 2017 Nov 21;22(3):27-36.

Gea MM, Batanero C, del Mar López-Martın M, Arteaga P. Historia y Ensenanza. BEIO. 2016 Nov:234.

Al-Mansoori A, Yu S, Xiang Y, Sood K. A survey on big data stream processing in SDN supported cloud environment. InProceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference 2018 Jan 29 (p. 12). ACM.

Mayer MA, Fernández-Luque L, Leis A. Big Data For Health Through Social Media. InParticipatory Health Through Social Media 2016 (pp. 67-82).

Denecke K, Atique S. Social media and health crisis communication during epidemics. InParticipatory Health Through Social Media 2016 (pp. 42-66).

Bresnahan M, Zhuang J, Anderson J, Zhu Y, Nelson J, Yan X. The “pumpgate” incident: Stigma against lactating mothers in the US workplace. Women & health. 2018 Apr 21;58(4):451-65.

Atallah AA. The Impact of Electronic Human Resource Management (E-HRM) on Organizational Development of UNRWA in Gaza Strip (Doctoral dissertation, The Islamic University Gaza).

Monkelbaan J. Governance Pillars and Competences: Power, Knowledge and Norms as Cross-Cutting Issues in Governance for the SDGs. InGovernance for the Sustainable Development Goals 2019 (pp. 113-152). Springer, Singapore.

Alduaij MY, Al-Amari H. Factors Moderating Students Adoption Decisions of Mobile Commerce. Review Pub Administration Manag. 2016;4(180):2.

Isiaq AA, Ambali A, Olayinka IA. Election, Technology and Voter Turnout in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: A Study of 2015 Kwara Gubernatorial Election.

Opara JA, Babagana M, Adamu A. Environmental health, desertification and sustainable development in North Eastern Nigeria: A socio-economic impact assessment. International Journal of Bioinformatics and Biological Sciences. 2017 Dec;5(2):77.

Osa-Edoh GI. Employment and Career Status of People with Disabilities. Review of Public Administration and Management. 2000:12.

Ashogbon MB. Globalisation and sustainability of Islamic banking in Nigeria. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND BUSINES STUDIES.:173.

Odoemene A. Evolution and Socio-Political Economy of Ransoming in Nigeria since the Late Twentieth Century. African Economic History. 2014;42(1):185-214.

Seiyefa E. Elite Political Culture-A Link to Political Violence: Evidence from Nigeria. African Security. 2017 Mar 13(just-accepted).

Njemanze TA. Uzoma DP Nosiri & Tochukwu A. Njemanze.

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