Jesse Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration at Incheon National University in South Korea. His primary research focuses on correlates of effectiveness in the public sector. A second stream of research explores issues with unique relevance to the East Asian administrative context, particularly that of South Korea.
Dr. Campbell's academic credentials and publications are listed below (or the latter with citation metrics at Google Scholar). Alternatively, you may download his full curriculum vitae.
Campbell, J.W. Forthcoming. Workgroup Accord and Change-Oriented Behavior in Public Service Organizations: Mediating and Contextual Factors. Journal of Management & Organization.
Campbell, J.W. 2018. Efficiency, Incentives, and Transformational Leadership: Understanding Collaboration Preferences in the Public Sector. Public Performance & Management Review. 41(2), 277-299. Link
Kalgin, A., Podolskiy, D., Parfenteva, D., & Campbell, J. W. 2018. Performance Management and Job-Goal Alignment: A Conditional Process Model of Turnover Intention in the Public Sector. International Journal of Public Sector Management. 31(1), 65-80. Link
Campbell, J.W. 2017. Felt Responsibility for Change in Public Organizations: General and Sector-specific Paths. Public Management Review. 20(2), 232-253. Link
Campbell, J.W. 2017. Red Tape and Transformational Leadership: An Organizational Echelons Perspective. Journal of Organizational Change Management. 30(1), 76-90. Link
Campbell, J.W., & Im, T. 2016. Perceived Public Participation Efficacy: The Differential Influence of Public Service Motivation Across Organizational Strata. Public Personnel Management. 45(3), 308-330. Link
Campbell, J.W. 2016. A Collaboration-based Model of Work Motivation and Role Ambiguity in Public Organizations. Public Performance & Management Review. 39(3), 655-675. Link
Campbell, J.W., Lee, H., & Im, T. 2016. At the Expense of Others: Altruistic Helping Behavior, Performance Management, and Transformational Leadership. Public Management Review. 18(6), 795-818. Link
Campbell, J.W., & Im, T. 2016. PSM and Turnover Intention in Public Organizations: Does Change-oriented Organizational Citizenship Behavior Play a Role? Review of Public Personnel Administration. 36(4), 323-346. Link
Im, T., Campbell, J.W., & Jeong, J. 2016. Commitment Intensity in Public Organizations: Performance, Innovation, Leadership, and PSM. Review of Public Personnel Administration. 36(3), 219-239. Link
Campbell, J.W. 2015. Performance Management and Identification: An Assessment of Change-Oriented Behavior in Public Organizations. Public Personnel Management. 44(1), 46-69. Link
Kim, D.H., & Campbell, J.W. 2015. Development, Diversification, and Legitimacy: Emergence of the Committee-based Administrative Model in South Korea. Public Organization Review. 15(4), 551-564. Link
Campbell, J.W., & Im, T. 2015. Identification and Trust in Public Organizations: A Communicative Approach. Public Management Review. 17(8), 1065-1084. Link
Campbell, J.W., Im, T., & Jeong, J. 2014. Internal Efficiency and Turnover Intention: Evidence From Local Government in South Korea. Public Personnel Management. 43(2), 259-282. Link
Campbell, J.W., & Cho, W. 2014. The Two Faces of Government-business Relations During Korea’s Developmental Era. Korean Journal of Comparative Government. 18(1), 47-66. Link
Im, T., Cho, W., Lee, H., & Campbell, J.W. 2014. Citizen Preference and Resource Allocation: The Case for Participatory Budgeting in Seoul. Local Government Studies. 40(1), 102-120. Link
Im, T., Campbell, J.W., & Cha, S. 2013. Revisiting Confucian Bureaucracy: Roots of the Korean Government’s Culture and Competitiveness. Public Administration and Development. 33(4), 286-296. Link
Campbell, J. W. 2017. Public Procurement Policy in South Korea: Approaches to Sustainable Development and Anti-Corruption. In T. Im (Ed.), The Experience of Democracy and Bureaucracy in South Korea (159-179). Link