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Laura Littlepage
Laura Littlepage
Clinical Professor, O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
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What drives morally committed citizens? A study of the antecedents of public service motivation
JL Perry, JL Brudney, D Coursey, L Littlepage
Public administration review 68 (3), 445-458, 2008
5132008
Psychometric verification of Perry's public service motivation instrument: Results for volunteer exemplars
DH Coursey, JL Perry, JL Brudney, L Littlepage
Review of public personnel administration 28 (1), 79-90, 2008
1922008
Does public service motivation matter in volunteering domain choices? A test of functional theory
D Coursey, JL Brudney, L Littlepage, JL Perry
Review of public personnel administration 31 (1), 48-66, 2011
1252011
Measuring social return on investment: Lessons from organizational implementation of SROI in the Netherlands and the United States
M Moody, L Littlepage, N Paydar
Nonprofit Management and Leadership 26 (1), 19-37, 2015
1012015
“Don't you want to stay?” The impact of training and recognition as human resource practices on volunteer turnover
M Walk, R Zhang, L Littlepage
Nonprofit Management and Leadership 29 (4), 509-527, 2019
932019
Service learning from the supply side: Community capacity to engage students
L Littlepage, B Gazley, TA Bennett
Nonprofit management and leadership 22 (3), 305-320, 2012
762012
What about the host agency? Nonprofit perspectives on community-based student learning and volunteering
B Gazley, L Littlepage, TA Bennett
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 41 (6), 1029-1050, 2012
752012
Achieving the partnership principle in experiential learning: The nonprofit perspective
B Gazley, TA Bennett, L Littlepage
Journal of Public Affairs Education 19 (3), 559-579, 2013
702013
Casino gambling as local growth generation: playing the economic development game in reverse?
D Felsenstein, L Littlepage, D Klacik
Journal of Urban Affairs 21 (4), 409-421, 1999
401999
Family volunteering: An exploratory study of the impact on families
L Littlepage, E Obergfell, G Zanin
IUPUI (Campus). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, 2003
332003
Does gambling complement the tourist industry? Some empirical evidence of import substitution and demand displacement
M Przybylski, D Felsenstein, D Freeman, L Littlepage
Tourism Economics 4 (3), 213-231, 1998
291998
Estimating the market for limited site casino gaming in Northern Indiana and Northeastern Illinois
M Przybylski, L Littlepage
Journal of Urban Affairs 19 (3), 319-333, 1997
211997
Examining service learning from the perspective of community organization capacity
L Littlepage, B Gazley
Research on service learning, 419-438, 2013
152013
THE INFLUENCE OF FAITH ON IMPACT SERVICE PROVIDERS
W Bielefeld, L Littlepage, R Thelin
Charitable Choice: First results from three states 3, 65, 2003
142003
Understanding service-learning from a volunteer management capacity perspective
B Gazley, L Littlepage
Service-learning in higher education: Paradigms and challenges, 283-294, 2009
122009
The role of faith-based providers in a social service delivery system
W Bielefeld, L Littlepage, R Thelin
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action …, 2002
92002
It’s not all the same: Implemented and perceived HR practices in the volunteer context
M Walk, C Scott, L Littlepage
Review of Public Personnel Administration 42 (3), 492-513, 2022
82022
Valuing SROI: Social return on investment techniques and organizational implementation in the Netherlands and United States
M Moody, L Littlepage, J Marron, N Paydar, P McCahill
82013
Exemplary volunteers: What is the role of faith
L Littlepage, JL Perry, JL Brudney, PK Goff
The international journal of volunteer administration 24 (5), 13-25, 2007
72007
Volunteer management capacity and student servicelearners: A study of Indiana community agencies
B Gazley, L Littlepage, C Myers
Indianapolis: Indiana University Public Policy Institute, 2007
62007
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