Temirlan T. Moldoğazı
Temirlan T. Moldoğazı
O'Neill School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
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Employee Empowerment, Employee Attitudes, and Performance: Testing a Causal Model
S Fernandez, T Moldogaziev
Public Administration Review 73 (3), 490-506, 2013
Using Employee Empowerment to Encourage Innovative Behavior in the Public Sector
S Fernandez, T Moldogaziev
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23 (1), 155-187, 2013
Empowering Public Sector Employees to Improve Performance: Does It Work?
S Fernandez, T Moldogaziev
The American Review of Public Administration 41 (1), 23-47, 2011
Employee Empowerment and Job Satisfaction in the US Federal Bureaucracy: A Self-determination Theory Perspective
S Fernandez, T Moldogaziev
The American Review of Public Administration 45 (4), 375-401, 2015
Assessing the Past and Promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for Public Management Research: A Research Synthesis
S Fernandez, WG Resh, T Moldogaziev, ZW Oberfield
Public Administration Review 75 (3), 382-394, 2015
Corruption and State and Local Government Debt Expansion
C Liu, TT Moldogaziev, JL Mikesell
Public Administration Review 77 (5), 681-690, 2017
Fostering Affective Organizational Commitment in Public Sector Agencies: The Significance of Multifaceted Leadership Roles
TT Moldogaziev, C Silvia
Public Administration 93 (3), 557-575, 2015
Which Bonds Are More Expensive? The Cost Differentials by Debt Issue Purpose and the Method of Sale: An Empirical Analysis
T Guzman, T Moldogaziev
Public Budgeting & Finance 32 (3), 79-101, 2012
A Systems Theory Approach to Innovation Implementation: Why Organizational Location Matters
TT Moldogaziev, WG Resh
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (4), 677-692, 2016
Impact of Unfunded Pension Obligations on Credit Quality of State Governments
CR Martell, SN Kioko, T Moldogaziev
Public Budgeting & Finance 33 (3), 24-54, 2013
State and Local Financial Instruments: Policy Changes and Management
CL Johnson, MJ Luby, TT Moldogaziev
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021
Drink What You Can Pay for: Financing Infrastructure in a Fragmented Water System
TA Scott, T Moldogaziev, RA Greer
Urban Studies 55 (13), 2821-2837, 2018
Impact of Bankruptcy Eligibility Requirements and Statutory Liens on Borrowing Costs
TT Moldogaziev, SN Kioko, WB Hildreth
Public Budgeting & Finance 37 (4), 47-73, 2017
Too Close for Comfort: Does the Intensity of Municipal Advisor and Underwriter Relationship Impact Borrowing Costs?
TT Moldogaziev, MJ Luby
Public Budgeting & Finance 36 (3), 69-93, 2016
Reversing the Lens: Assessing the Use of Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey in Public Administration Research
W Resh, T Moldogaziev, S Fernandez, CA Leslie
Review of Public Personnel Administration 41 (1), 132-162, 2021
The Collapse of the Municipal Bond Insurance Market: How Did We Get Here and Is There Life for the Monoline Industry Beyond the Great Recession?
TT Moldogaziev
Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 25 (1), 199, 2013
Polycentric Governance and the Impact of Special Districts on Fiscal Common Pools
RA Greer, TT Moldogaziev, TA Scott
International Journal of the Commons 12 (2), 108-136, 2018
State and Local Government Bond Refinancing and the Factors Associated with the Refunding Decision
TT Moldogaziev, MJ Luby
Public Finance Review 40 (5), 614-642, 2012
Organizational Context and Budget Orientations: A Computational Text Analysis
LJ Anastasopoulos, TT Moldogaziev, T Scott
International Public Management Journal 23 (2), 292-313, 2020
Public Sector Corruption and Perceived Government Performance in Transition
TT Moldogaziev, C Liu
Governance 34 (2), 475-504, 2021
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