Martin Sievert studies citizen-state interactions and human resource management in the public sector. His research agenda includes both public management and general management research. Currently, his projects focus on symbolic representation, organizational legitimacy, public sector recruiting, person-environment misfit, and coproduction. Martin's research uses a broad variety of methodological approaches, with a strong focus on experimental methods.
Motivational signals in public sector job advertisements and how they relate to attracting and hiring candidates
Unpacking the effects of burdensome state actions on citizens' policy perceptions
The incongruity of misfit: A systematic literature review and research agenda
The Limited Impact of Reference Groups’ Symbolic Gender Representation on Willingness to Coproduce
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