Integrating Job Stress and Social Exchange Theories to Predict Employee Strain in Reformed Public Sector Contexts

Noblet, Andrew J.; Rodwell, John J.
July 2009
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jul2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p555
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the impact of the New Public Management (NPM) practices in the well-being of employees. It examines the concept and practices of the NPM. It assesses job stress occurrence through the job strain model (JSM). Furthermore, it also investigates the JSM model variables in the prediction of the employee psychological outcome.


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