Awards & Editorships
Awards

  • Walker, R. M.: Award for Best Paper in Public Management Review (PMR), 2014. “Internal and External Antecedents of Process Innovation: A Review and Extension”
  • Christensen, Tom, Dong, Lisheng, Painter Martin, Walker, R. M.: Pierre De Celles Award 2011 for the Outstanding Paper at the International Association of Schools and Institute of Administration
Editorships

Journal Editor/Board Member

LI, Linda Chelan
  • The Journal of Comparative Asian Development (Guest Editor, 2012)
Richard M. WALKER
  • Administration & Society (Editorial board member 2007 -)
  • American Review of Public Administration (Editorial board member 2014 -)
  • International Public Management Journal (Editorial board member 2011 -)
  • Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (Editorial board member 2006 -)
  • Public Administration (Editorial board member 2008 -)
  • Public Management Review (Editorial board member 2012 -)
  • Review of Public Personnel Administration (Editorial board member 2008 -)
Editor of Journal Special Issue

  • Hayllar, Mark. (2010). Australian Journal of Public Administration: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Inc.
  • Osborne, Stephen P., Brown, Louise , & Walker, R. M. (2014). Innovation in Public Services. Public Management Review, 16(1 & 2), 1-164 & 165-255.
  • Su, Tsai-Tsu, Walker, R. M., & Xue, Lan. (2013). Reform and Transition in Public Administration Theory and Practice in Greater China. Public Administration and Development, 91(2), 253-399.
  • Sun, Milan Tung-Wen, Shih, Mei-Chiang, & Walker, R, M. (2014). Innovation Adoption and Diffusion: The Bookstart Program in Taichung City, Taiwan. Journal of Asian Public Policy 7(2).
  • Walker, R. M. (2011). Publicness and Organizational Performance. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 21(S3), i279-380.
  • Walker, R. M. (2014). Public Administration in East and Southeast Asia: A Review of the Evidence. American Review of Public Administration, 44(2), 131-209.
  • Walker, R. M. , & Berman, Evan 2013. (2013). Performance Practices in Asia-Pacific. Public Management Review, 15(8), 1065-1228.