Iris Saliterer
Iris Saliterer
Professor Public and Nonprofit Management
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Governmental financial resilience under austerity in Austria, England and Italy: how do local governments cope with financial shocks?
C Barbera, M Jones, S Korac, I Saliterer, I Steccolini
Public Administration 95 (3), 670-697, 2017
Performance information use by politicians and public managers for internal control and external accountability purposes
I Saliterer, S Korac
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 24 (7-8), 502-517, 2013
Digitalization, accounting and accountability: A literature review and reflections on future research in public services
D Agostino, I Saliterer, I Steccolini
Financial Accountability & Management 38 (2), 152-176, 2022
The role (s) of accounting and performance measurement systems in contemporary public administration
I Steccolini, I Saliterer, J Guthrie
Public Administration 98 (1), 3-13, 2020
Factors affecting the preference for public sector employment at the pre-entry level: A systematic review
S Korac, I Saliterer, B Weigand
International Public Management Journal 22 (5), 797-840, 2019
Analysing the environmental antecedents of innovation adoption among politicians and public managers
S Korac, I Saliterer, RM Walker
Public Management Review 19 (4), 566-587, 2017
Local government strategies in the face of shocks and crises: the role of anticipatory capacities and financial vulnerability
C Barbera, M Jones, S Korac, I Saliterer, I Steccolini
International Review of Administrative Sciences 87 (1), 154-170, 2021
Public budgets and budgeting in Europe: state of the art and future challenges
I Saliterer, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
The Palgrave handbook of public administration and management in Europe, 141-163, 2018
The discretionary use of performance information by different local government actors–analysing and comparing the predictive power of three factor sets
I Saliterer, S Korac
International Review of Administrative Sciences 80 (3), 637-658, 2014
Accounting for (public) value (s): reconsidering publicness in accounting research and practice
E Bracci, I Saliterer, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 34 (7), 1513-1526, 2021
Governmental financial resilience: International perspectives on how local governments face austerity
I Steccolini, MDS Jones, I Saliterer
Emerald Group Publishing, 2017
Comparing regions, cities, and communities: local government benchmarking as an instrument for improving performance and competitiveness
P Rondo-Brovetto, I Saliterer
The innovation Journal: The public sector innovation journal 12 (3), 1-18, 2007
How politicians use performance information in a budgetary context: New insights from the central government level
I Saliterer, S Korac, B Moser, P Rondo‐Brovetto
Public Administration 97 (4), 829-844, 2019
Kommunale Ziel-und Erfolgssteuerung: Entwicklungslinien und Gestaltungspotentiale
I Saliterer
Springer-Verlag, 2009
Contrasting and explaining purposeful and legitimizing uses of performance information: a mayor’s perspective
S Korac, I Saliterer, M Sicilia, I Steccolini
Public Management Review 22 (4), 553-577, 2020
Explaining civic engagement: The role of neighborhood ties, place attachment, and civic responsibility
L Dang, AK Seemann, J Lindenmeier, I Saliterer
Journal of Community Psychology 50 (3), 1736-1755, 2022
Attractiveness of public sector employment at the pre-entry level–a hierarchical model approach and analysis of gender effects
S Korac, J Lindenmeier, I Saliterer
Public Management Review 22 (2), 206-233, 2020
Introduction: governments and crises
I Saliterer, M Jones, I Steccolini
Governmental Financial Resilience 27, 1-16, 2017
Public sector accounting and auditing in Austria
I Rauskala, I Saliterer
Public sector accounting and auditing in Europe: The challenge of …, 2015
A cushioned impact of the financial crisis–Local government financial resilience in Germany
U Papenfuß, I Saliterer, N Albrecht
Governmental Financial Resilience 27, 115-134, 2017
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