What motivate individuals to join public service? Examining public service motivation in a non-Western cultural context

Carolina Prihandinisari, Azizur Rahman, John Hicks

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Abstract

This study reviews the significance of PSM in public sector. The study also instigated whether the western-developed PSM scales will gain validity in a developing Southeast Asian country, as Indonesia. The data are obtained through questionnaire-based surveys which distributed to employees of a public sector organisation that has been experiencing a bureaucracy reform. This organisation has more than 375 offices across the Indonesian archipelago and also more than 37,000 employees. The surveys were conducted in 11 cities. The 583 valid data were analysed using SPSS 20 and LISREL 9.2 to assess factor structure of PSM using exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 5th global business and finance research conference
EditorsMd. Mahbubul Hoque Bhuiyan
Place of PublicationBerwick, VIC
PublisherWorld Business Institute
Pages1-13
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)9781925488081
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event5th Global Business and Finance Research Conference - Novotel Hotel Sydney Central, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 02 Jun 201603 Jun 2016
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Conference5th Global Business and Finance Research Conference
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CitySydney
Period02/06/1603/06/16
OtherThe above 2-day annual international gathering intends to bring together academics and researchers from all over the world to exchange and share their knowledge, experiences and research results about all broad areas of Accounting, Banking, Finance, Economics, Management and Marketing, Business Law, Business Ethics, Business Educations and e-business. This conference is organised by Australian Research Centre for Accounting, Finance and Economics (ARCAFE), Australia and sponsored by Journal of Business and Policy Research, International Review of Business Research Papers, World Journal of Management, Global Review of Accounting and Finance and Global Economics and Finance Journal which are ranked by Australian Business Dean Council (ABDC), ERA of Australian Research Council plus Ulrichs of USA.
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