Peter Leisink
Peter Leisink
hoogleraar Bestuurs- en Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
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Investigating the structure and meaning of public service motivation across populations: Developing an international instrument and addressing issues of measurement invariance
S Kim, W Vandenabeele, BE Wright, LB Andersen, FP Cerase, ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23 (1), 79-102, 2013
Public service motivation and job performance of public sector employees in the Netherlands
P Leisink, B Steijn
International review of administrative sciences 75 (1), 35-52, 2009
Linking people management and extra‐role behaviour: results of a longitudinal study
E Knies, P Leisink
Human Resource Management Journal 24 (1), 57-76, 2014
On the bright and dark side of public service motivation: The relationship between PSM and employee wellbeing
NM Van Loon, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
Public Money & Management 35 (5), 349-356, 2015
Recruitment, attraction, and selection
P Leisink, B Steijn
Motivation in public management: The call of public service, 118-135, 2008
Only when the societal impact potential is high? A panel study of the relationship between public service motivation and perceived performance
N Van Loon, AM Kjeldsen, LB Andersen, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
Review of public personnel administration 38 (2), 139-166, 2018
Organizational commitment among Dutch public sector employees
B Steijn, P Leisink
International Review of Administrative Sciences 72 (2), 187-201, 2006
Line managers' support for older workers
PLM Leisink, E Knies
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (9), 1902-1917, 2011
Clarifying the relationship between public service motivation and in-role and extra-role behaviors: The relative contributions of person-job and person-organization fit
NM Van Loon, W Vandenabeele, P Leisink
The American Review of Public Administration 47 (6), 699-713, 2017
Globalization and labour relations
P Leisink
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1999
The challenges to trade unions in Europe
P Leisink, J Van Leemput, J Vilrokx
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1996
Applying occupational health theories to educator stress: Contribution of the job demands-resources model
TW Taris, PLM Leisink, WB Schaufeli
Educator stress: An occupational health perspective, 237-259, 2017
Red tape: Developing and validating a new job‐centered measure
NM Van Loon, PLM Leisink, E Knies, GA Brewer
Public Administration Review 76 (4), 662-673, 2016
Leadership behavior in public organizations: A study of supervisory support by police and medical center middle managers
E Knies, P Leisink
Review of public personnel administration 34 (2), 108-127, 2014
Employer’s investments in hospital workers’ employability and employment opportunities
J van Harten, E Knies, P Leisink
Personnel Review 45 (1), 84-102, 2016
Talking the talk of public service motivation: how public organization logics matter for employees' expressions of PSM
NM Van Loon, P Leisink, W Vandenabeele
International Journal of Public Administration 36 (14), 1007-1019, 2013
People management: developing and testing a measurement scale
E Knies, P Leisink, R van de Schoot
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (6), 705-737, 2020
People management in the public sector
E Knies, P Leisink
HRM in mission driven organizations: Managing people in the not for profit …, 2018
Public value creation and strategic human resource management: Public service motivation as a linking mechanism
W Vandenabeele, P Leisink, E Knies
Managing social issues, 37-54, 2013
Work and citizenship in the new Europe
H Coenen, P Leisink
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1993
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