Gregory A. Porumbescu
Gregory A. Porumbescu
School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University - Newark
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The effect of transparency on trust in government: A cross‐national comparative experiment
S Grimmelikhuijsen, G Porumbescu, B Hong, T Im
Public administration review 73 (4), 575-586, 2013
25 years of transparency research: Evidence and future directions
M Cucciniello, GA Porumbescu, S Grimmelikhuijsen
Public Administration Review 77 (1), 32-44, 2017
Internet, trust in government, and citizen compliance
T Im, W Cho, G Porumbescu, J Park
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (3), 741-763, 2014
Linking public sector social media and e-government website use to trust in government
GA Porumbescu
Government Information Quarterly 33 (2), 291-304, 2016
Linking transparency to trust in government and voice
G Porumbescu
The American Review of Public Administration 47 (5), 520-537, 2017
Using transparency to enhance responsiveness and trust in local government: can it work?
GA Porumbescu
State and Local Government Review 47 (3), 205-213, 2015
Comparing the effects of e-government and social media use on trust in government: evidence from Seoul, South Korea
GA Porumbescu
Public Management Review 18 (9), 1308-1334, 2016
Does Transparency Improve Citizens’ Perceptions of Government Performance? Evidence From Seoul, South Korea
GA Porumbescu
Administration & Society, 1-26, 2015
ICT as a buffer to change: A case study of the Seoul Metropolitan Government's Dasan Call Center
T Im, G Porumbescu, H Lee
Public Performance & Management Review 36 (3), 436-455, 2013
Reconsidering the expectancy disconfirmation model. Three experimental replications
S Grimmelikhuijsen, GA Porumbescu
Public Management Review 19 (9), 1272-1292, 2017
Placing the effect? Gleaning insights into the relationship between citizens’ use of e-government and trust in government
GA Porumbescu
Public Management Review 18 (10), 1504-1535, 2016
Building trust: communication and subordinate trust in public organizations
G Porumbescu, P Jungho, P Oomsels
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 9 (38), 158-179, 2013
Translating policy transparency into policy understanding and policy support: Evidence from a survey experiment
G Porumbescu, N BellÚ, M Cucciniello, G Nasi
Public Administration 95 (4), 990-1008, 2017
Can transparency foster more understanding and compliant citizens?
GA Porumbescu, MIH Lindeman, E Ceka, M Cucciniello
Public Administration Review 77 (6), 840-850, 2017
Engendering inclusive e-government use through citizen IT training programs
JB Lee, GA Porumbescu
Government Information Quarterly 36 (1), 69-76, 2019
Assessing the link between online mass media and trust in government: Evidence from Seoul, South Korea
GA Porumbescu
Policy & Internet 5 (4), 418-443, 2013
Using Transparency to Reinforce Responsibility and Responsiveness
G Porumbescu, T Im
Handbook of Public Administration 3, 120-136, 2015
Can e-participation stimulate offline citizen participation: an empirical test with practical implications
KT Tai, G Porumbescu, J Shon
Public Management Review 22 (2), 278-296, 2020
Linking decision-making procedures to decision acceptance and citizen voice: Evidence from two studies
GA Porumbescu, S Grimmelikhuijsen
The American Review of Public Administration 48 (8), 902-914, 2018
A cross-country study of the relationship between Weberian bureaucracy and government performance
W Cho, T Im, GA Porumbescu, H Lee, J Park
International Review of Public Administration 18 (3), 115-137, 2013
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