Mariafrancesca Sicilia
Mariafrancesca Sicilia
Associate Professor, University of Bergamo
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Varieties of participation in public services: The who, when, and what of coproduction
T Nabatchi, A Sancino, M Sicilia
Public Administration Review 77 (5), 766-776, 2017
3002017
Public services management and co-production in multi-level governance settings
M Sicilia, E Guarini, A Sancino, M Andreani, R Renato
International Review of Adminsitrative Sciences 82 (1), 8-27, 2016
1262016
Some like it non-financial… Politicians’ and managers’ views on the importance of performance information
M Liguori, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Management Review 14 (7), 903-922, 2012
1072012
Public sector budgeting: a European review of accounting and public management journals
E Anessi-Pessina, C Barbera, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2016
1022016
Budgeting and rebudgeting in local governments: Siamese twins?
E Anessi‐Pessina, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Administration Review 72 (6), 875-884, 2012
872012
Do environmental and task characteristics matter in the control of externalized local public services? Unveiling the relevance of party characteristics and citizens' offstage voice
D Cristofoli, A Ditillo, M Liguori, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2010
752010
Understanding co-production as a new public governance tool
M Sorrentino, M Sicilia, M Howlett
Policy and Society 37 (3), 277-293, 2018
542018
Framing effects under different uses of performance information: An experimental study on public managers
P Belardinelli, N Bellé, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Administration Review 78 (6), 841-851, 2018
382018
What Mr. Rossi wants in participatory budgeting: two R’s (responsiveness and representation) and two I’s (inclusiveness and interaction)
C Barbera, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
International Journal of Public Administration 39 (13), 1088-1100, 2016
382016
Control patterns in contracting‐out relationships: it matters what you do, not who you are
A Ditillo, M Liguori, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Administration 93 (1), 212-229, 2015
372015
Politicians versus managers: roles and interactions in accounting cycles
M Liguori, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2009
372009
Contextualizing politicians’ uses of accounting information: reassurance and ammunition
D Giacomini, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Money & Management 36 (7), 483-490, 2016
362016
Biased budgeting in the public sector: Evidence from Italian local governments
E Anessi-Pessina, M Sicilia
Local Government Studies 41 (6), 819-840, 2015
282015
Instruments of value: using the analytic tools of public value theory in teaching and practice
J De Jong, S Douglas, M Sicilia, Z Radnor, M Noordegraaf, P Debus
Public Management Review 19 (5), 605-620, 2017
252017
Public budgeting in search for an identity: state of the art and future challenges
M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Management Review 19 (7), 905-910, 2017
222017
Between patronage and good governance: Organizational arrangements in (local) public appointment processes
A Sancino, M Sicilia, G Grossi
International Review of Administrative Sciences 84 (4), 785-802, 2018
212018
Co-production in the public sector: Experiences and challenges
M Fugini, E Bracci, M Sicilia
Springer International Publishing, 2016
192016
Understanding the diversity of coproduction: Introduction to the IJPA special issue
T Nabatchi, T Steen, M Sicilia, D Brand
International Journal of Public Administration 39 (13), 1001-1005, 2016
172016
Co-production of public services: meaning and motivations
E Bracci, M Fugini, M Sicilia
Co-production in the Public Sector, 1-11, 2016
172016
Facilitating co-production in public services: management implications from a systematic literature review
M Sicilia, A Sancino, T Nabatchi, E Guarini
Public Money & Management 39 (4), 233-240, 2019
162019
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