Julia Melkers
Julia Melkers
Professor, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Models of performance‐measurement use in local governments: Understanding budgeting, communication, and lasting effects
J Melkers, K Willoughby
Public Administration Review 65 (2), 180-190, 2005
6162005
The state of the states: Performance-based budgeting requirements in 47 out of 50
J Melkers, K Willoughby
Public Administration Review, 66-73, 1998
4381998
Budgeters' views of state performance‐budgeting systems: Distinctions across branches
JE Melkers, KG Willoughby
Public Administration Review 61 (1), 54-64, 2001
2512001
Evaluating R&D Impacts: Methods and Practice
Bozeman, Barry, J Melkers
Kluwer Academic, 1993
191*1993
Implementing PBB: Conflicting views of success
KG Willoughby, JE Melkers
Public Budgeting & Finance 20 (1), 85-120, 2000
1522000
Can online delivery increase access to education?
J Goodman, J Melkers, A Pallais
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (1), 1-34, 2019
1512019
The unbearable emptiness of tweeting—About journal articles
N Robinson-García, R Costas, K Isett, J Melkers, D Hicks
PloS one 12 (8), e0183551, 2017
1002017
What do administrators think citizens think? Administrator predictions as an adjunct to citizen surveys
J Melkers, JC Thomas
Public Administration Review, 327-334, 1998
841998
The social capital of global ties in science: The added value of international collaboration
J Melkers, A Kiopa
Review of Policy Research 27 (4), 389-414, 2010
812010
Explaining citizen-initiated contacts with municipal bureaucrats: Lessons from the Atlanta experience
JC Thomas, J Melkers
Urban Affairs Review 34 (5), 667-690, 1999
771999
Learning to play the game: Student publishing as an indicator of future scholarly success
D Pinheiro, J Melkers, J Youtie
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 56-66, 2014
662014
Staying the course: The use of performance measurement in state governments
J Melkers, K Willoughby
Integrating Performance and Budgets: The Budget Office of Tomorrow, 71-106, 2007
582007
The “new normal”: Adapting doctoral trainee career preparation for broad career paths in science
R St. Clair, T Hutto, C MacBeth, W Newstetter, NA McCarty, J Melkers
PloS one 12 (5), e0177035, 2017
56*2017
A boosted-trees method for name disambiguation
J Wang, K Berzins, D Hicks, J Melkers, F Xiao, D Pinheiro
Scientometrics 93 (2), 391-411, 2012
562012
On the road to improved performance
J Melkers
Public Performance & Management Review 30 (1), 73-95, 2006
472006
Use and usefulness of performance measurement in state science and technology programs
SE Cozzens, JE Melkers
Policy Studies Journal 25 (3), 425-435, 1997
461997
Bibliometrics as a tool for analysis of R&D impacts
J Melkers
Evaluating R&D impacts: Methods and practice, 43-61, 1993
421993
Bibliometrics as a tool for research evaluation
D Hicks, J Melkers
Handbook on the theory and practice of program evaluation, 2013
382013
Technology transfer and economic development
J Melkers, D Bugler, B Bozeman
Theories of local economic development: Perspectives from Across the …, 1993
371993
Performance budgeting in the states
KG Willoughby, JE Melkers
Quicker, better, cheaper, 335-364, 2001
362001
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