Motivating Employees in a New Governance Era: The Performance Paradigm Revisited

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  • Robert F. Durant,

    Editor
    1. Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
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  • Robert Kramer,

    Associate Editor
    1. Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
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  • James L. Perry,

    Corresponding author
    1. Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
      James L. Perry is the Chancellor’s Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis. His research focuses on motivation, community and national service, and government reform. His most recent books are Civic Service: What Difference Does It Make? (M. E. Sharpe, 2004) and Quick Hits for Educating Citizens (Indiana University Press, 2006). E-mail: perry@iupui.edu.
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  • Debra Mesch,

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    1. Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
      Debra Mesch is an associate professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis, where she teaches courses in human resource management and directs the graduate and undergraduate programs in public affairs. She received both her MBA and PhD in organizational behavior and human resource management from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Her recent research has focused on civic engagement, volunteer motivation and management, executive compensation, and race and gender issues in giving and volunteering. E-mail: dmesch@iupui.edu.
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  • Laurie Paarlberg

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    1. San Francisco State University
      Laurie E. Paarlberg is an assistant professor in the public administration program at San Francisco State University, where she teaches courses in nonprofit management and general organizational behavior and strategy. Her research focuses on the changing paradigms of management in public and nonprofit organizations, particularly the management of nonprofit commercial revenue. Her research has appeared in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly.E-mail: lpaarlbe@sfsu.edu.
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James L. Perry is the Chancellor’s Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis. His research focuses on motivation, community and national service, and government reform. His most recent books are Civic Service: What Difference Does It Make? (M. E. Sharpe, 2004) and Quick Hits for Educating Citizens (Indiana University Press, 2006). E-mail: perry@iupui.edu.

Debra Mesch is an associate professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis, where she teaches courses in human resource management and directs the graduate and undergraduate programs in public affairs. She received both her MBA and PhD in organizational behavior and human resource management from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Her recent research has focused on civic engagement, volunteer motivation and management, executive compensation, and race and gender issues in giving and volunteering. E-mail: dmesch@iupui.edu.

Laurie E. Paarlberg is an assistant professor in the public administration program at San Francisco State University, where she teaches courses in nonprofit management and general organizational behavior and strategy. Her research focuses on the changing paradigms of management in public and nonprofit organizations, particularly the management of nonprofit commercial revenue. Her research has appeared in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly.E-mail: lpaarlbe@sfsu.edu.

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