Robyn Keast
Robyn Keast
Professor, Public Administration
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Network structures: Working differently and changing expectations
R Keast, MP Mandell, K Brown, G Woolcock
Public administration review 64 (3), 363-371, 2004
Getting the right mix: Unpacking integration meanings and strategies
R Keast, K Brown, M Mandell
International public management journal 10 (1), 9-33, 2007
Evaluating the effectiveness of interorganizational relations through networks: Developing a framework for revised performance measures
MP Mandell, R Keast
Public management review 10 (6), 715-731, 2008
Evaluating network arrangements: Toward revised performance measures
M Mandell, R Keast
Public performance & management review 30 (4), 574-597, 2007
Tourism, resilience and sustainability: Adapting to social, political and economic change
JM Cheer, AA Lew
Routledge, 2017
The collaborative push: Moving beyond rhetoric and gaining evidence
R Keast, M Mandell
Journal of management & governance 18, 9-28, 2014
Citizen-government engagement: community connection through networked arrangements
K Brown, R Keast
Asian Journal of Public Administration 25 (1), 107-131, 2003
Mixing state, market and network governance modes: the role of government in" crowded" policy domains
R Keast, M Mandell, K Brown
International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior 9 (1), 27-50, 2006
Social procurement and new public governance
J Barraket, R Keast, C Furneaux
Routledge, 2015
Building constructive innovation networks: Role of relationship management
R Keast, K Hampson
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 133 (5), 364-373, 2007
A new look at leadership in collaborative networks: Process catalysts
MP Mandell, R Keast
Public sector leadership, 2009
The government service delivery project: A case study of the push and pull of central government coordination
R Keast, K Brown
Public Management Review 4 (4), 439-459, 2002
Creating change in government to address the social determinants of health: how can efforts be improved?
G Carey, B Crammond, R Keast
BMC Public Health 14, 1-11, 2014
Joined-up governance in Australia: how the past can inform the future
R Keast
International Journal of Public Administration 34 (4), 221-231, 2011
Network structure, knowledge governance, and firm performance: Evidence from innovation networks and SMEs in the UK
N Clifton, R Keast, D Pickernell, M Senior
Growth and Change 41 (3), 337-373, 2010
Network theory in the public sector: Building new theoretical frameworks
R Keast, MP Mandell, R Agranoff
Routledge, 2013
Why lecturers still matter: The impact of lecturer-student exchange on student engagement and intention to leave university prematurely
B Farr-Wharton, MB Charles, R Keast, G Woolcott, D Chamberlain
Higher Education 75, 167-185, 2018
Collaborative networks and the need for a new management language
M Mandell, R Keast, D Chamberlain
Public Management Review 19 (3), 326-341, 2017
Opportunities and challenges in engaging citizens in the co-production of infrastructure-based public services in Australia
A Wiewiora, R Keast, K Brown
Public Management Review 18 (4), 483-507, 2016
Adjusting to new ways of working: Experiments with service delivery in the public sector
R Keast, K Brown
Australian Journal of Public Administration 65 (4), 41-53, 2006
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