- Jesse Campbell has been at HSE since 2014.
PhD in Public Administration - 2014
Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
MA in Philosophy - 2005
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
BA (Hons.) in Philosophy and English - 2004
Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario, Canada
Published and forthcoming journal articles
Campbell, J.W. (2016). A collaboration-based model of work motivation and role ambiguity in public organizations. Public Performance & Management Review. 39(3), pp. 655-675.
Campbell, J.W., Lee, H., and Im, T. (2016). At the expense of others: Altruistic helping behavior, performance management, and transformational leadership. Public Management Review. 18(6), pp. 795-818.
Campbell, J.W., and Im, T. (2015). PSM and turnover intention in public organizations: Does change-oriented organizational citizenship behavior play a role? Review of Public Personnel Administration. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0734371X14567366
Campbell, J.W. (2014). Performance management and identification: An assessment of change-oriented behavior in public organizations. Public Personnel Management. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0091026014549473
Kim, D.H., and Campbell, J.W. (2015). Development, Diversification, and Legitimacy: Emergence of the Committee-Based Administrative Model in South Korea. Public Organization Review. 15(4), pp. 551-564.
Campbell, J.W., Im, T., and Jeong, J. (2014). Internal efficiency and turnover intention: Evidence from local government in South Korea. Public Personnel Management. 43(2), pp. 259-282.
Campbell, J.W., and Cho, W. (2014). The two faces of government-business relations during Korea’s developmental era. Korean Journal of Comparative Government. 18(1), pp. 47-66.
Campbell, J.W., and Im, T. (2015). Identification and trust in public organizations: A communicative approach. Public Management Review. 17(8), pp. 1065-1084
Im, T., Campbell, J.W., and Jeong, J. (2013). Commitment intensity in public organizations: Performance, innovation, leadership, and PSM. Review of Public Personnel Administration. Advance online publication. doi: 0734371X13514094.
Im, T., Campbell, J.W., and Cha, S. (2013). Revisiting Confucian bureaucracy: Roots of the Korean government’s culture and competitiveness. Public Administration and Development. 33(4), pp. 286-296.
Im, T., Cho, W., Lee, H., and Campbell, J.W. (2014). Citizen preference and resource allocation: The case for participatory budgeting in Seoul. Local Government Studies. 40(1), pp. 102-120.
Student Term / Thesis Papers
N. Gorshkova «Emotional Labor in Public Healthсare Organizations in Russia: Ways to Improve Current Situation (on the Example of a Public Hospital in Moscow)». Faculty of Social Sciences, 2016
- Theory and Practice of Public Administration (Master’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; programme "Population and Development"; 1 year, 1, 2 module)
- Теория и практика современного государственного управления (Mago-Lego; 3 module)
On October 15-16, an international conference ‘Public Service Innovation and the Delivery of Effective Public Services’ was held in Budapest. The event was organized by the National University of Public Service (Hungary) and the University of Edinburgh (Great Britain). S. Osborne and R. Carmen, two scholars renowned for their innovations in public administration, also took part in the event.
On 15-16 October the international conference Public Service Innovation and the Delivery of Effective Public Services was held in Budapest, organised by the National University of Public Service (Hungary) and the University of Edinburgh (UK). Participants includes leading scholars in the introduction of innovation into public management, such as Stephen Osborne and R. Carmen.
Originally from Ontario in Canada, Jesse Campbell has been Assistant Professor at the School of Public Administration since the fall 2014. HSE English News asked him to look back over his first year in Moscow and share his impressions.
Jesse Campbell, Assistant Professor at the Department of Public and Local Service, speaks about his research interests: from philosophy to public administration