Prof. dr. Lars Tummers
l.g.tummers@uu.nl
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Chair
Public Administration and Organizational Science, specifically Public Management and Behavior
Date of appointment 01.03.2018
Profile

Lars Tummers is Professor of Public Management and Behavior at Utrecht University, School of Governance. His main research interests are public management, leadership and government-citizen relations. Related to this, he develops an interdisciplinary field combining psychology and public administration, called 'Behavioral Public Administration'.

His work has been published in the top tier of public administration journals, such as Public Administration, Public Administration Review and the Journal of Public Administration, Research & Theory. Furthermore, he has published in journals in related fields, such as Health Policy, Healthcare Management Review and Frontiers in Psychology. His PhD - on the topic of ‘policy alienation’ - was received cum laude and won the Award for outstanding PhD-thesis in humanities and social sciences (Praemium Erasmianum Foundation, endorsed by His Majesty the King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands). He furthermore obtained various grants and awards, such as a EU Marie Curie Grant (carried out at the University of California, Berkeley), a NWO VENI and the Erasmus University Research Prize for research excellence.

Next to his scholarly work, he works regularly with practitioners, among else with various Ministries, organizations in healthcare and education and consultancy firms. This combination allows him to combine theoretical with practical insights, strengthening both his academic and applied work.

For more info, you can visit www.larstummers.com

Involved in the following study programme(s)
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Curriculum vitae

Positions

Lars Tummers is an Professor of Public Management and Behavior at Utrecht University. Previously, he worked at Erasmus University Rotterdam as a PhD-student, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor. Furthermore, he was a Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley (based on a EU Marie Curie Grant) and a management consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He studied business economics (Master Strategic Management, Tilburg University, Universita Bocconi, Milan) and public administration (Research Master, collaboration Erasmus University Rotterdam, Tilburg University and Utrecht University).

Research focus

In his PhD, he developed a new model of ‘policy alienation’ to examine the problems of professionals with implementing policies set by government. The dissertation laid the foundations of his book “Policy Alienation and the Power of Professionals” (Edward Elgar, 2013) and has its own wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Policy_alienation).

His main research interests are public management, leadership and government-citizen relations. Related to this, he develops an interdisciplinary field combining psychology and public administration, called 'Behavioral Public Administration'.

Published work on leadership concerns for instance leadership and meaningful work in the public sector and how to measure public leadership. Published work on Behavioral Public Administration considers among else position papers, studies on policy alienation of public professionals  and coping during public service delivery.

Grants/awards (selection)

  • PhD on Policy Alienation awarded ‘cum laude’ and received Dutch nationwide PhD-award for exemplary social science scholarship (Praemium Erasmianum)
  • Best article award for article in Public Management Review on cocreation and coproduction in social innovation, with William Voorberg and Victor Bekkers
  • Research Prize Erasmus University Rotterdam 2013.  The Research Prize is awarded yearly to one promising researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
  • EU FP7 Marie Curie Fellowship on stress and coping of public service workers (€180.000) (COPING) (PI)
  • EU FP7 Project on social innovation in the public sector (€2.5 Mln) (LIPSE) (co-PI)
  • NWO Veni Project on citizen aggression and coping (€ 250.000) (Veni) (PI)
  • NWO Research Talent Project on service sabotage by public service workers (€ 220.000) (Sabotage) (PI, with student Maurits van Leeuwen and prof. dr. Steven Van de Walle
  • Appointed as a member of the Utrecht Young Academy of Utrecht University.
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Under construction. See for a recent overview the Google Scholar Profile of Lars Tummers

Key publications

Tummers, L.G., Steijn, B., Nevicka, Barbara & Heerema, M.M. (2016). The Effects of Leadership and Job Autonomy on Vitality: Survey and Experimental Evidence. Review of Public Personnel Administration, (pp. 1-23) (23 p.).

Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Vink, E. & Musheno, M. (2015). Coping during public service delivery: A conceptualization and systematic review of the literature. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 25 (4), (pp. 1099-1126) (28 p.).

Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurement. Public Administration Review, 72 (4), (pp. 516-525) (10 p.).

All publications
  2018 - Scholarly publications
de Vries, H., Tummers, L.G. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2018). A stakeholder perspective on public sector innovation - Why position matters. International Review of Administrative Sciences
Tummers, L.G. (2018). Bureaucracy and Policy Alienation. In Ali Farazmand (Eds.), Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance (pp. 1-15) (15 p.). New York: NY: Springer.
Bronkhorst, B.A.C., Tummers, L.G. & Steijn, B. (2018). Improving safety climate and behavior through a multifaceted intervention - Results from a field experiment. Safety Science, 103, (pp. 293-304) (41 p.).
de Vries, H., Tummers, L.G. & Bekkers, V. (07.02.2018). The diffusion and adoption of public sector innovations - A metasynthesis of the literature . Perspectives on Public Management and Governance
Jilke, Sebastian & Tummers, L.G. (2018). Which Clients are Deserving of Help? A Theoretical Model and Experimental Test. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 28 (2), (pp. 226-238).
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Leth Olsen, Asmus, Tummers, L.G., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Jilke, Sebastian (01.01.2017). Behavioral Public Administration: Connecting Psychology with European Public Administration Research. In Edoardo Ongaro & Sandra van Thiel (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe (pp. 1121-1133). Palgrave Macmillan.
Voorberg, William, Bekkers, Victor, Timeus, Krista, Tonurist, Piret & Tummers, L.G. (2017). Changing public service delivery: learning in co-creation. Policy and Society, 36 (2), (pp. 178-194) (17 p.).
Voorberg, Willem, Bekkers, Victor, Flemig, Sophie, Timeus, Krista, Tõnurist , Piret & Tummers, L.G. (2017). Does co-creation impact public service delivery? The importance of state and governance traditions. Public Money and Management, 37 (5), (pp. 365-372).
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan, Weske, Ulrike, Bouwman, Robin & Tummers, Lars (2017). Public Sector Transparency. In Gregg G. Van Ryzin, Oliver James & Sebastian R. Jilke (Eds.), Experiments in Public Management Research: Challenges and Contributions (pp. 291-312) (22 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [etc.].
  2017 - Professional publications
Bovens, M.A.P., t Hart, P., van Twist, M.J.W., van den Berg, Caspar, Van Der Steen, Martijn & Tummers, L.G. (2017). Openbaar Bestuur - Beleid, Organisatie, Politiek. (350 p.). Kluwer.
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Kiparsky, Michael, Thompson, Barton H., Binz, Christian, Sedlak, David L., Tummers, Lars & Truffer, Bernhard (2016). Barriers to Innovation in Urban Wastewater Utilities - Attitudes of Managers in California. Environmental Management, 57 (6), (pp. 1204-1216) (13 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Jilke, Sebastian, Leth Olsen, Asmus & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Behavioral Public Administration - Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology. Public Administration Review, (pp. 45-56) (12 p.).
van Engen, Nadine, Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V. & Steijn, B. (2016). Bringing History in: Policy Accumulation And General Policy Alienation. Public Management Review, 18 (7), (pp. 1085-1106) (21 p.).
de Vries, H.A., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Innovation in the Public Sector: A Systematic Review and Future Research Agenda. Public Administration, 2015, (pp. 1-40).
Knies, E., Jacobsen, Christian Bøtcher & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Leadership and organizational performance - State of the art and research agenda. Routledge Companion to Leadership (pp. 404-418) (15 p.). London: Routledge.
Bekkers, Victor & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Perspectives on public sector reform - An innovation perspective. Theory and Practice of Public Sector Reform (pp. 61-77) (16 p.). Routledge.
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Tummers, L.G. & Pandey, Sanjay K (2016). Promoting State-of-the-Art Methods in Public Management Research. International Public Management Journal, (pp. 1-12) (12 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Steijn, B., Nevicka, Barbara & Heerema, M.M. (2016). The Effects of Leadership and Job Autonomy on Vitality: Survey and Experimental Evidence. Review of Public Personnel Administration, (pp. 1-23) (23 p.).
Kaufmann, W. & Tummers, L.G. (2016). The negative effect of red tape on procedural satisfaction. Public Management Review, (pp. 1-29) (29 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2016). The Relationship Between Coping and Job Performance. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, (pp. 1-13) (13 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Brunetto, Yvonne & Teo, S.T.T. (2016). Workplace aggression: Introduction to the special issue and future research directions for scholars. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 29 (1), (pp. 2-10) (9 p.).
  2016 - Other output
Steijn, A.J., van der Voet, J. & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Leiderschap en samenwerking stimuleren hoge teamprestaties.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2015). A systematic review of co-creation and co-production: Embarking on the social innovation journey. Public Management Review, 17 (9), (pp. 1333-1357) (25 p.).
Pick, D, Teo, S.T.T., Tummers, L.G. & Newton, C. (2015). Advancing knowledge on organizational change and public sector work. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 28 (4).
Tummers, L.G., Kruyen, P.M., Vijverberg, D. & Voesenek, T. (2015). Connecting HRM and Change Management: The Importance of Proactivity and Vitality. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 28 (4), (pp. 627-640) (14 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Vink, E. & Musheno, M. (2015). Coping during public service delivery: A conceptualization and systematic review of the literature. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 25 (4), (pp. 1099-1126) (28 p.).
Vink, E., Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Musheno, M. (2015). Decision making at the frontline: Exploring coping with moral conflicts during public service delivery. In D. Alexander & J. Lewis (Eds.), Making Public Policy Decisions: Expertise, Skills and Experience (pp. 112-128) (17 p.). London: Routledge.
Tummers, L.G. (2015). Leidinggevenden: geef je medewerkers autonomie. IZZ Natuur, 1 (July), (pp. 13) (1 p.).
Bronkhorst, B.A.C., Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Vijverberg, D. (2015). Organisatieklimaat en geestelijke gezondheid van medewerkers. M & O, 2/3 (maart/juni), (pp. 63-79) (17 p.).
Bronkhorst, B.A.C., Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Vijverberg, D. (2015). Organizational Climate and Employee Mental Health Outcomes -- A Systematic Review of Studies in Health Care Organizations. Health Care Management Review, 40 (3), (pp. 254-271) (18 p.).
Groeneveld, S.M., Tummers, L.G., Bronkhorst, B.A.C., Ashikali, T.S. & van Thiel, S. (2015). Quantitative Methods in Public Administration: their use and development through time. International Public Management Journal, 18 (1), (pp. 61-86) (26 p.).
Tummers, L.G. & Rocco, P. (2015). Serving Clients When the Server Crashes: How Frontline Workers Cope With E-Government Challenges. Public Administration Review, 75 (6), (pp. 817-827) (11 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2015). Street-level bureaucrats help clients, even in difficult circumstances. Brussels: Policy brief for Marie Curie 'COPING' project.
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., van Thiel, S. & Steijn, A.J. (2015). The effects of work alienation and policy alienation on behavior of public employees. Administration and Society, 47 (5), (pp. 596-617) (22 p.).
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Edelenbos, J., Nederhand, M.J., Steijn, B., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2015). The Social Innovation Perspective in the Public Sector: Co-Creation, Self-Organization and Meta-Governance. In V.J.J.M. Bekkers, J. Edelenbos & B. Steijn (Eds.), Innovation in the public sector: linking capacity and leadership Palgrave McMillan.
  2015 - Professional publications
Kuipers, B.S., Braham, N., Herder, M., Steijn, A.J., Tummers, L.G., de Kool, D., Siep, P.A. & Gans, M (2015). Zorg in verandering; Mini-rapportage VVT-sector fase 1. Rotterdam: Centre for Public Human Resources and Change.
  2015 - Other output
Dorsman, S.J., Tummers, L.G. & Thaens, M. (2015). Leadership and team performance in the public sector. Event: Dutch HRM Network Conference, 2015-11-12 - 2015-11-13.
Tummers, L.G. (2015). The effect of coping on job performance. Event: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference, 2015-03-30 - 2015-04-01.
Nederhand, M.J., Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2015). The Social Innovation Game. Event: LIPSE.
Dorsman, S.J., Tummers, L.G. & Thaens, M. (2015). Understanding public sector innovations: the role of leadership activities for a climate for innovation. (21 p.). Event: IRSPM Conference, 2015-03-30 - 2015-04-01.
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G. (2014). Book Review. Public Administration, 92 (4), (pp. 1106-1114) (9 p.). Reviewed work: Learning while governing: expertise and accountability in the executive branch / S. Gailmard; J.W. Patty. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2012. 321 p. ISBN 978-0-226-92440-3..
Vermeeren, B., Steijn, A.J., Tummers, L.G., Lankhaar, M., Poerstamper, R.J. & van Beek, S. (2014). HRM and its effect on employee, organizational and financial outcomes in health care organizations. Human Resources for Health, 12 (35), (pp. 1-9) (9 p.).
Tummers, L.G. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2014). Policy Implementation, Street-Level Bureaucracy and the Importance of Discretion. Public Management Review, 16 (4), (pp. 527-547) (21 p.).
Tummers, L.G. & Bronkhorst, B.A.C. (2014). The impact of leader-member exchange (LMX) on work-family interference and work-family facilitation. Personnel Review, 43 (4), (pp. 573-591) (19 p.).
Kuipers, Sanneke, Higgs, M.J., Kickert, W.J.M., Tummers, L.G., Grandia, J. & van der Voet, J. (2014). The management of change in public organisations: A literature review. Public Administration, 20 (1), (pp. 1-20) (20 p.).
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Edelenbos, J., Nederhand, J., Steijn, A.J., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2014). The Social Innovation Perspective in the Public Sector: Co-Creation, Self-Organization and Meta-Governance. Innovation in the Public Sector Linking Capacity and Leadership. Second revised edition (pp. 223-243) (21 p.). London: Royal Van Gorcum / Pallgrave-Macmillan.
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Edelenbos, J., Nederhand, M.J., Steijn, A.J., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2014). The Social Innovation Perspective in the Public Sector: Co-Creation, Self-Organization and Meta-Governance. In J. Edelenbos, V.J.J.M. Bekkers & A.J. Steijn (Eds.), Innovation in the public sector: linking capacity and leadership Palgrave McMillan.
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Edelenbos, J., Nederhand, J., Steijn, A.J., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2014). The social innovation perspective in the public sector: co-creation, self-organization and meta-governance. In J Edelenbos, VJJM Bekkers & A.J. Steijn (Eds.), Innovation in the public sector: linking capacity and leadership (pp. 223-244) (22 p.). Houndsmills: Palgrave McMillan, Event: 2nd revised edition.
Tummers, L.G. (2014). Verandermanagement en beleid: Waarom vertonen professionals weerstand tegen nieuw beleid?. Bestuurskunde, 23 (2), (pp. 49-60) (12 p.).
  2014 - Professional publications
Kaufmann, W. & Tummers, L.G. (2014). More than words: Experimental evidence on the negative effects of red tape on quality and procedural justice. Ottowa (Canada): International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM).
Tummers, L.G. & Knies, E. (2014). The public leadership questionnaire: The development and validation of five dimensions of public leadership behaviors. Ottowa (Canada): International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM).
  2014 - Other output
Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2014). Co-creation in social innovation: A comparative case-study on the influential factors and outcomes of co-creation. Event: INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (IRSPM) CONFERENCE 2014, 2014-04-09 - 2014-04-11.
Legerstee, T., Tummers, L.G., Van Beek, S. & Lankhaar, M. (2014). De “ultieme HRM-vraag”: Zou jij je werkgever aanbevelen aan familie en vrienden?.
de Vries, H.A., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2014). Innovations in the Public Sector: A Systematic Review and Future Research Agenda. Event: IRSPM conference, 2014-04-09 - 2014-04-11.
Pick, D, Teo, S.T.T., Tummers, L.G. & Newton, C. (2014). Membership Editorial Board - Journal of Organizational Change Management.
Tummers, L.G. & Kruyen, P.M. (2014). The influence of leadership on creativity: A systematic review of experimental studies. Event: PAR Conference, 2014-11-17 - 2014-11-19.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G., Jilke, S.R. & Van de Walle, S. (2013). Citizens in charge? Reviewing the background and value of introducing choice and competition in public services. In Y.K. Dwivedi, M.A. Shareef, S.K. Pandey & V. Kumar (Eds.), Public Administration Reformation: Market Demand from Public Organizations (pp. 24-42) (19 p.). London: Routledge.
Tummers, L.G. (2013). Policy alienation and the power of professionals: Confronting new policies. Cheltenham: Cheltenham/Edward Elgar.
Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2013). Public professionals and policy alienation. In M. Noordegraaf & A.J. Steijn (Eds.), Professionals under pressure: The reconfiguration of professional work in changing public services (pp. 125-143) (19 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Tummers, L.G. & den Dulk, L. (2013). The effects of work alienation on organizational commitment, work effort and work-to-family enrichment. Journal of Nursing Management, 21 (6), (pp. 850-859) (10 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Groeneveld, S.M. & Lankhaar, M. (2013). Why do nurses intend to leave their organization? A large scale analysis in long term care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69 (12), (pp. 2826-2838) (13 p.).
  2013 - Professional publications
Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2013). Embarking on the social innovation journey: A systematic review regarding the potential of co-creation with citizens. Prague: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM).
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Vink, E. & Musheno, M. (2013). Handling stress during policy implementation: Developing a classification of “coping” by frontline workers based on a systematic review. Prague: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM).
  2013 - Other output
Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2013). Co-creation and Co-production in Social Innovation - a Systematic Review and Research Agenda. Event: EGPA Conference Edinburgh, 2013-09-11 - 2013-09-14.
Tummers, L.G., Kruyen, P.M., Vijverberg, D. & Voesenek, T. (2013). Connecting HRM and Change Management: How HR Practices Can Stimulate Change Readiness. Event: EGPA Conference, 2013-09-11 - 2013-09-14.
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2013). From Public Innovation to Social Innovation in the Public Sector: A Literature Review of Relevant Drivers and Barriers. Event: EGPA Conference Edinburgh, 2013-09-11 - 2013-09-14.
van Engen, N.A.M., Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2013). General policy alienation of public professionals: Identifying structural causes at the government level. Event: EGPA Conference, 2013-09-11 - 2013-09-13.
van Engen, N.A.M., Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2013). Policy alienation of public professionals: Structural factors at the governmental level. Event: NIG Annual Work Conference, 2013-11-28 - 2013-11-29.
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G. (2012). Beleidsvervreemding in de gezondheidszorg: De ervaringen van verloskundigen en echoscopisten met overheidsbeleid. Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 28 (3), (pp. 332-352) (21 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Groeneveld, S.M. & Lankhaar, M. (2012). Binding en diversiteit van zorgmedewerkers. Een grootschalige analyse binnen de Verpleging, Verzorging en Thuiszorg. Tijdschrift voor HRM, 15 (3), (pp. 32-55) (24 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2012). Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement public policies: Content, context and personality characteristics. Public Administration, 90 (3), (pp. 716-736) (21 p.).
In 't Veld, K., Vos, D., Tummers, L.G. & Rogier, J. (2012). Matrix bij Novadic-Kentron levert meer op: Zorgprofessionals innoveren beter. ZM magazine, 5 (Juni), (pp. 2-5) (4 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: A comparative case study of insurance physicians and secondary school teachers. International Journal of Public Administration, 35 (4), (pp. 259-271) (13 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2012). Policy alienation of public professionals: The construct and its measurement. Public Administration Review, 72 (4), (pp. 516-525) (10 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Vermeeren, B., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2012). Public professionals and policy implementation: conceptualizing and measuring three types of role conflicts. Public Management Review, 14 (8), (pp. 1041-1059) (19 p.).
Tummers, L.G. & Karsten, N. (2012). Reflecting on the role of literature in qualitative public administration research:learning from grounded theory. Administration and Society, 44 (1), (pp. 64-86) (23 p.).
  2012 - Professional publications
Tummers, L.G. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2012). Discretion and its effects: Analyzing the experiences of street-level bureaucrats during policy implementation. Bergen: European Group of Public Administration (EGPA).
Tummers, L.G. & Bronkhorst, B.A.C. (2012). Examining leadership and its influence on work-family interferences among health care professionals: Multiple mechanisms at play?. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Paper prepared for the annual seminar on improving people performance in health care, September 28, Commissioned by: Annual seminar on improving people performance in health care September 28, 2012.
Tummers, L.G. & den Dulk, L. (2012). Meaningful work for a meaningful life? Work alienation and its effects in the work and the family context. Rome: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM).
  2012 - Other output
Vermeeren, B., Tummers, L.G., Lankhaar, M., Steijn, A.J. & Heesen, J. (2012). HR and Multiple Performance Dimensions: The influence of HR Practices on Job Satisfaction, Employee Absenteeism, Client Satisfaction and Business Performance. Event: EGPA Conference, 2012-09-05 - 2012-09-08.
Tummers, L.G. & Vermeeren, B. (2012). Job Control in Contemporary Organizations: Conceptualization and Measurement of Various Dimensions of Job Control. Event: NIG Annual Work Conference, 2012-11-29 - 2012-11-30.
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G. (2011). Comment expliquer la disposition des professionnels publics a mettre en oeuvre les nouvelles politiques: le systeme de l¿alienation des politiques. Revue Internationale des Sciences Administratives, 77 (3), (pp. 575-604) (30 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2011). De spagaat van de GGZ en manieren om hieruit te komen. ZM magazine, 5 (2), (pp. 12-14) (3 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2011). Explaining the willingness of public professionals to implement new policies: A policy alienation framework. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 77 (3), (pp. 555-581) (27 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2011). Feiten en fictie: Reactie op brief DBC's niet populair in GGZ. De Psychiater, 5, (pp. 33) (1 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2011). Voorkom slim schrijfgedrag in GGZ. Het Financieele Dagblad, 27 juni (Zorg & Markt), (pp. 7) (1 p.).
  2011 - Other output
Tummers, L.G., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2011). Explaining job satisfaction of public professionals: Policy alienation and politicking in organizations. Event: International Labour Process Conference, Workshop: (Re)organizing professional work.
Tummers, L.G., van Thiel, S., Steijn, A.J. & Bekkers, V.J.J.M. (2011). Policy alienation and work alienation: Two worlds apart?. Event: NIG Annual Work Conference.
  2010 - Professional publications
  2010 - Other output
Kuipers, B.S., Higgs, M.J., Kickert, W.J.M., van der Meer, F.B.L., Grandia, J., Post, R., Tummers, L.G., van der Voet, J. & de Witte, M.C. (2010). Managing change in public organizations: A review of the literature between 2000-2010. Event: NIG Annual Work Conference, 2010-11-25 - 2010-11-26.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2009). Beleidsvervreemding van publieke professionals: Theoretisch raamwerk en een casus over verzekeringsartsen en arbeidsdeskundigen. Beleid en Maatschappij, 36 (2), (pp. 104-116) (13 p.).
Tummers, L.G. (2009). Korte motivatietips in tijden van economische crisis. Flexmarkt: Maandblad voor arbeidsmarktprofessionals, 15 (5), (pp. 24) (1 p.).
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2009). Policy alienation of public professionals: Application in a New Public Management context. Public Management Review, 11 (5), (pp. 685-706) (22 p.).
Langevoort, L., Van der Meulen, J.M. & Tummers, L.G. (2009). Succesvoller fuseren? Zorg voor een goede mix tussen harde en zachte elementen tijdens het fusieproces. Fusie en Overname (M & A Magazine), juni 2009 (5), (pp. 8-11) (4 p.).
  2009 - Other output
Tummers, L.G. (2009). Policy alienation of public professionals: The development of a scale. Event: Annual work conference Netherlands Institute of Government (NIG), 2009-11-12 - 2009-11-13.
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Karsten, N. & Tummers, L.G. (2008). To read or not to read: Over de waarde van vakliteratuur in kwalitatief onderzoek. KWALON, 3 (39), (pp. 5-16) (12 p.).
  2008 - Other output
Tummers, L.G. (2008). Policy alienation of public professionals: The effects. Event: IRSPM Conference, 2008-03-26 - 2008-03-28.
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2008). Policy alienation: A comparative case study of public professionals implementing policy programs. Event: 5th International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum Workshop, 2008-10-22 - 2008-10-24.
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2008). Work lives of professionals: Policies, professional associations, managers and clients. Event: Annual work conference Netherlands Institute of Government (NIG), 2008-11-20 - 2008-11-21.
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Tummers, L.G. (2007). Review: Enforcement Matters. Beleidswetenschap, 20, (pp. 63-64) (2 p.). Reviewed work: Enforcement and Compliance of European Directives in Four Member States / E. Versluis. 2007..
  2007 - Other output
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2007). Policy alienation of Dutch public sector professionals: An exploratory case analysis. Event: EGPA conference, 2007-09-19 - 2007-09-22.
Tummers, L.G., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, A.J. (2007). Public policy alienation of public service workers: A conceptual framework. Event: 11th IRSPM conference, 2007-04-02 - 2007-04-04.
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Additional functions and activities
  • Associate Editor Public Administration Review
  • Editoral Board Public Administration Review
  • Editorial Board International Journal of Public Sector Management
  • Editorial Board International Public Management Journal
  • Editorial Board Public Performance and Management Review 
  • Member Utrecht Young Academy
  • Research Fellow Arizona State University
  • Board of Advisors Professional Pride Foundation (Beroepseer)

 

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Prof. dr. L.G. Tummers Contact details
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Janskerkhof 12
3512 BL    UTRECHT
The Netherlands

Room A218

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