«Public Administration Issues» Journal,

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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

G. Boyne1, O. James 2, P. John 3, N. Petrovsky4
  • 1 Professor of Cardiff University.
  • 2 Professor of the University of Exeter.
  • 3 Co-Director of IPEG, Professor of the University of Manchester.
  • 4 PhD, Professor of the University of Kentucky.

Does public service performance affect top management turnover?

2013. No. 1. P. 163–192 [issue contents]

Political and organizational theories suggest that the turnover of chief executives and other members of senior management teams are likely to be influenced by public service performance. Weuse a panel data set of 148 English local governments over 4 years to test this proposition. The empirical results show that performance has a negative effect on turnover, but that this effect is weaker for chief executives than for members of their senior management teams. In addition, top team turnover is higher in the years following a chief executive succession. The evidence suggests that chief executives can influence top team turnover by attributing responsibility for poor organizational performance to other senior managers.

Citation: Boyne ., James O., John P., Petrovsky N. (2013) Vliyaet li kachestvo gosudarstvennoy sluzhby na izmenenie kadrovogo sostava vysshikh eshelonov vlasti? (perevod s angliyskogo – E.G. Zvereva) [Does public service performance affect top management turnover?]. Public Administration Issues, no 1, pp. 145-170 (in Russian)
ISSN 1999-5431
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