Michael D. Siciliano
Michael D. Siciliano
Associate Professor of Public Administration and Policy, University of Illinois Chicago
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Crisis decision‐making on a global scale: transition from cognition to collective action under threat of COVID‐19
LK Comfort, N Kapucu, K Ko, S Menoni, M Siciliano
Public Administration Review 80 (4), 616-622, 2020
It’s the Quality Not the Quantity of Ties That Matters: Social Networks and Self-Efficacy Beliefs
MD Siciliano
American Educational Research Journal 53 (2), 227-262, 2016
Advice networks in public organizations: The role of structure, internal competition, and individual attributes
MD Siciliano
Public administration review 75 (4), 548-559, 2015
A cognitive perspective on policy implementation: Reform beliefs, sensemaking, and social networks
MD Siciliano, NM Moolenaar, AJ Daly, YH Liou
Public Administration Review 77 (6), 889-901, 2017
Ignoring the experts: networks and organizational learning in the public sector
MD Siciliano
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (1), 104-119, 2016
Professional Networks and Street-Level Performance: How Public School Teachers’ Advice Networks Influence Student Performance
MD Siciliano
The American Review of Public Administration, 0275074015577110, 2015
Mechanisms of network formation in the public sector: A systematic review of the literature
MD Siciliano, W Wang, A Medina
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 4 (1), 63-81, 2021
Resilience, entropy, and efficiency in crisis management: the January 12, 2010, Haiti earthquake
LK Comfort, MD Siciliano, A Okada
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 2 (3), 1-25, 2011
Analyzing the effectiveness of networks for addressing public problems: Evidence from a longitudinal study
MD Siciliano, JB Carr, VG Hugg
Public Administration Review 81 (5), 895-910, 2021
Network exploration and exploitation: Professional network churn and scientific production
MD Siciliano, EW Welch, MK Feeney
Social Networks 52, 167-179, 2018
Cross-sector emergency information networks on social media: Online bridging and bonding communication patterns
C Wukich, Q Hu, MD Siciliano
The American Review of Public Administration 49 (7), 825-839, 2019
If You Are Committed, Then so Am I: The Role of Social Networks and Social Influence on Organizational Commitment
MD Siciliano, JR Thompson
Administration & Society, 0095399715617987, 2015
Government as network catalyst: Accelerating self-organization in a strategic industry
TA Whetsell, MD Siciliano, KGK Witkowski, MJ Leiblein
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30 (3), 448-464, 2020
Network formation during disasters: Exploring micro-level interorganizational processes and the role of national capacity
MD Siciliano, C Wukich
International Journal of Public Administration 40 (6), 490-503, 2017
Genetic resource policies in international collaborative research for food and agriculture: A study of USAID-funded innovation labs
EW Welch, F Fusi, S Louafi, M Siciliano
Global food security 15, 33-42, 2017
Estimating network structure via random sampling: Cognitive social structures and the adaptive threshold method
MD Siciliano, D Yenigun, G Ertan
Social networks 34 (4), 585-600, 2012
Risque, résilience et reconstruction: le tremblement de terre haïtien du 12 janvier 2010
LK Comfort, MD Siciliano, A Okada
Télescope 16 (2), 37-58, 2010
Network structures and network effects across management and policy contexts: A systematic review
Q Hu, A Medina, MD Siciliano, W Wang
Public Administration 101 (3), 953-972, 2023
The “levels” problem in assessing organizational climate: Evidence from the federal employee viewpoint survey
JR Thompson, MD Siciliano
Public Personnel Management 50 (1), 133-156, 2021
The formation of transnational knowledge networks on social media
C Wukich, MD Siciliano, J Enia, B Boylan
International Public Management Journal 20 (3), 381-408, 2017
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