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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    9 November 2015Citizens' Blame of Politicians for Public Service Failure: Experimental Evidence about Blame Reduction through Delegation and Contracting  James, O; Jilke, S; Petersen, C; et al.
    1 October 2009Democracy and government performance: holding incumbents accountable in English local governments  Boyne, G; James, O; John, P; et al.
    20 March 2014Does performance information about public services affect citizens' perceptions, satisfaction, and voice behaviour? Field experiments with absolute and relative performance information  James, O; Moseley, A
    17 January 2018The effects of social information on volunteering: a field experiment  Moseley, A; James, O; John, P; et al.
    2 July 2018How best to open up local democracy? A randomised experiment to encourage contested elections and greater representativeness in English parish councils  Ryan, M; Stoker, G; John, P; et al.
    22 October 2018The impact of peer, politician and celebrity endorsements on volunteering: a field experiment with English students  John, P; James, O; Moseley, A; et al.
    9 April 2015Incredibly Good Performance: An Experimental Study of Source and Level Effects on the Credibility of Government  James, O; Van Ryzin, GG
    23 September 2016Motivated reasoning about public performance: An experimental study of how citizens judge the affordable care act  James, O; Van Ryzin, GG
    21 February 2012Party control, party competition and public service performance  James, O; Boyne, G; John, P; et al.
    20 February 2015The Politics of Agency Death: Ministers and the Survival of Government Agencies in a Parliamentary System  James, O; Petrovsky, N; Moseley, A; et al.
    14 March 2017What explains agency heads' length of tenure? Testing managerial background, performance, and political environment effects for different forms of exit  Petrovsky, N; James, O; Moseley, A; et al.