Research

Publications

Meier, Kenneth J. and Anita Dhillon. Forthcoming. “Gender and the state politics of policy implementation in education: The interaction of bureaucratic and legislative representation in India.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly. [Article] [Data]

Meier, Kenneth J. and Anita Dhillon. Forthcoming. “The Politics of Public Administration in the USA: The Role of Structural Fragmentation, Professionalization and Path Dependence” in F. Sager and A. Ladner (Eds), Elgar Handbook on the Politics of Public Administration.

Meier, Kenneth J., Anita Dhillon, and Xiaoyang Xu. 2022. “What sector do consumers prefer for the delivery of "public" services? A comparative analysis of the US and China.” Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs. [Article]

Dhillon, Anita. 2021. “Book Report: Crossing Boundaries for Intergovernmental Management.” International Public Management Journal. [Article]

Dhillon, Anita and Kenneth J. Meier. 2020. “Representative bureaucracy in challenging environments: Gender representation, education, and India.” International Public Management Journal. [Article] [Data]

Dhillon, Anita, Ian Reinert, and Daniel Willet. 2017. Citizen-driven measurement of the Sustainable Development Goals. New York, NY: UNICEF Office of Innovation. [Article]


Current projects

Employee turnover and performance in challenging environments: The case of child welfare agencies.

Contracting, managerial actions, and blame attribution: An experimental survey of the delivery of child welfare services. [Pre-registration]

Street-level bureaucrat attitudes, privatization, and program outcomes: The case of child welfare agencies in the US.

Unpacking the density debate: What types of communities do nonprofits really serve? with Khaldoun Abouassi.

What motivates bureaucratic representation? A comparative qualitative study of teachers in China, India, the Netherlands, and USA. with Kenneth J. Meier, Petra van den Bekerom, and Xiaoyang Xu.