Dr. Sam J. Yeager specializes in organizational behavior, ethics, personnel administration, methodology, statistics, and computer applications. He is the author of more than 50 publications and is an active consultant to private industry, state and local governments.
Organization Theory and Behavior; Ethics; Computer Applications
Yeager, Samuel J. "Where Do Research Questions Come From and How Are They Formulated?" In Miller and Yang (Eds.) Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration. 2d edition. Miami: Taylor & Francis, 2008.
Yeager, Samuel J.; Hildreth, W. Bartley; Miller, Gerald, and Rabin, Jack. "What Difference Does Having an MPA Make?" Journal of Public Administration Education, 13, 2, 2007, 147-167.
Yeager, Samuel J.; Hildreth, W. Bartley; Miller, Gerald, and Rabin, Jack. "Relative Effects of Supervisory Emphasis on Ethical Behavior Versus Political Responsiveness." Public Integrity, 9, 2, Summer 2007, 265-283.
Yeager, Samuel J., "Classic Methods In Public Administration Research." In Rabin, Miller, and Hildreth (Eds.), Handbook of Public Administration. 3d edition. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2007.
Glaser, Mark; Yeager, Samuel J., and Parker, Lee. "Engaging Citizens: Neighborhood-based Organizations vs. Citizen Participation Organizations." Public Administration Quarterly, 30, 2, Summer 2006, 177-217.
Miller, Gerald; Yeager, Samuel J.; Hildreth, W. Bartley, and Rabin, Jack. "How Financial Managers Deal with Ethical Stress." Public Administration Review 65, 3, May/June, 2005, 301-312.