Austin M. McCrea
Austin M. McCrea
Assistant Professor of Public Administration, Texas Tech University
E-mail megerősítve itt: ttu.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Managing racial diversity: Matching internal strategies with environmental needs
AA Amirkhanyan, SB Holt, AM McCrea, KJ Meier
Public Administration Review 79 (1), 69-81, 2019
Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor and We Might Buy Them Dinner: Social Capital, Immigration, and Welfare Generosity in the American States
DP Hawes, AM McCrea
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 347-360, 2018
Health care in America: The relationship between subjective and objective assessments of hospitals
O Cheon, M Song, AM Mccrea, KJ Meier
International Public Management Journal 24 (5), 596-622, 2021
Can administrative capacity address wicked problems? Evidence from the frontlines of the American opioid crisis
AM McCrea
Administration & Society 52 (7), 983-1008, 2020
The environmental determinants of diversity management: Competition, collaboration and clients
AM McCrea, L Zhu
Public Administration 97 (4), 942-959, 2019
Why some nursing homes are better than others at protecting residents and staff from COVID-19
A Amirkhanyan, A McCrea, KJ Meier
The Conversation 10, 2020
The Cost of Representation: Insurance Status, Gender, and Cardiac Outcomes in Emergency Department Care
AM McCrea
Public Administration Review 81 (6), 1092-1101, 2021
The Role of Organizational Slack and Human Capital in Managing Performance Shocks: How US Nursing Homes Buffered Hurricane Katrina
A McCrea
Available at SSRN 3604822, 2020
Managing Diversity Differently: The External Environment and Cross-Sector Differences in Diversity Management
AM McCrea, L Zhu, MS Johansen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 32 (2), 436-454, 2022
Religious Policy Adoption in the American States: Measuring and Validating Influence of the Christian Right
AM McCrea
Kent State University, 2016
Coping with representation: the moderating effect of workload on individual-level representation
AM McCrea
International Public Management Journal 25 (3), 321-342, 2022
Three Essays on the Distributional Consequences of Bureaucratic Representation
AM McCrea
American University, 2021
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