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Publications

  • Naff, K.C. 2009. Nancy Alfaro as an Exemplary Collaborative Public Manager: How Customer Service was Algned with Customer Needs. Public Administration Review 69: 487-493.

  • Naff, K.C. and O. Dupper. 2009. Footprints through the Courts: Comparing Judicial Responses to Affirmative Action Litigation in South Africa and the U.S. International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 25: 157-190.

  • Naff, Katherine C. 2008. Academic Year 2007-2008 Evaluation of the Students Services (SSS-TRIO) Program at San Francisco State University. Represents the most recent of the annual Evaluations of the Students Services (SSS-TRIO) Program at San Francisco State University. No. 7. San Francisco State University SSS program, San Francisco.

  • Naff, K.C. 2008. The End of Affirmative Action and the Future of the Legal and Medical Professions in California. Journal of Public Management and Social Policy 14.

  • Naff, K.C. 2007. Public Sector Workforce Dynamics in South Africa: Balancing Management Rationalization with Social Transformation. Personnel Mix (a Russian personnel journal).

  • Naff, Katherine C and Norma Riccucci. 2007. Personnel Management in Government. 6th edition. Taylor Francis.

  • Naff, K.C. 2006. Prospects for Reform in California: A Triumph of Technique Over Purpose? In Civil Service Reform in the States: A Progress Report, edited by J. Kellough and L.G. Nigro, 259-278. SUNY Albany Press.

  • Naff, K.C. 2004. From Bakke to Grutter and Gratz: The Supreme Court as Policymaking Institution. Review of Policy Research 21: 405-428.

  • Naff, K.C. and J. Kellough. 2004. Responding to a Wake Up Call: An Examination of Federal Agency Diversity Management Programs. Administration and Society 36: 62-90.

  • Naff, K.C. and M. Newman. 2004. Federal Civil Service Reform: Another Legacy of 9/11? Review of Public Personnel Administration 24 : 191-201.

  • Naff, K.C. and R. De Leon. 2004. Identity Politics and Local Political Culture: Some Comparative Results from the Social Capital Benchmark Survey. Urban Affairs Review 39: 689-719.

  • Naff, K.C. 2004. From Bakke to Grutter and Gratz: The Supreme Court as Policymaking Institution. Review of Policy Research 21: 405-427.

  • Naff, K.C. 2003. Progress Toward Achieving a Representative Federal Bureaucracy: The Impact of Supervisors and their Beliefs. In Representative Bureaucracy , edited by J. Dolan and D.H. Rosenbloom, 155-168. M.E. Sharpe.

  • Naff, K.C. and J. Kellough. 2003. Ensuring Employment Equity: Are Federal Diversity Programs Making a Difference? International Journal of Public Administration 26: 1307-1336.

  • Naff, K.C. and C. Gibson. 2002. Affirmative Action on the Precipice: Will its Demise Prove Fatal to the Achievement of Diversity? ournal of Public Management and Social Policy 8: 51-69.

  • Naff, K.C. and M. Levitt. 2002. Gender as a Political Constant: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same. In he Election of the Century and What It Tells Us About the Future of American Politics, edited by C. Wilcox and S. Wayne, 67-85. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

  • Naff, K.C. 2002. Why Managers Hate Position Classification. In Public Personnel Management: Problems and Prospects, edited by S.W. Hays and R.C. Kearney, 126-142. Prentice Hall.

  • Naff, Katherine C, Jay Shafritz, David Rosenbloom, Norma Riccucci and A. C. Hyde. 2001. Personnel Management in Government. 5th edition. Marcel Dekker.

  • Naff, Katherine C. 2001. To Look Like America. New York: Westview Press.

  • Naff, K.C. and J. Crum. 2000. Working for America: Does Public Service Motivation Make a Difference? Review of Public Personnel Administration 16: 5-16.

  • Naff, K.C. and J. Crum. 2000. The President and Representative Bureaucracy: Rhetoric and Reality. Public Administration Review 60: 98-110.

  • Naff, K.C. and D. Daley. 1998. Gender-Related Differences and Managerial Competencies: Federal Supervisor Perceptions of the Tasks of Management. Review of Public Personnel Administration 18: 41-56.

  • Naff, K.C. 1998. Progress Toward Achieving a Representative Federal Bureaucracy: The Impact of Supervisors and their Beliefs. Public Personnel Management 27: 135-150.

  • Naff, Katherine C, Phillip J. Cooper, Linda P. Brady, Olivia Hidalgo-Hardeman, Albert Hyde, J. Steven Ott and Harvey White. 1998. Public Administration for the 21st Century. Harcourt Brace.

  • Naff, K.C. and J. Crum. 1997. Looking Like America: The Continuing Importance of Affirmative Action in Federal Employment. Public Productivity and Management Review 20: 272-287.

  • Naff, K.C. 1997. Colliding with the Glass Ceiling: Barriers to the Advancement of Women and Minorities. In Public Personnel Management: Current Concerns, Future Strategies, edited by C. Ban and N.M. Riccucci, 91-108. Longman Publishers.

  • Naff, K.C. 1996. "Prospects for Achieving a Representative Federal Bureaucracy". PhD diss., Georgetown University.

  • Naff, K.C. 1995. Subjective vs. Objective Discrimination in Government: Adding to the Picture of Barriers to the Advancement of Women. Political Research Quarterly 48: 535-557.

  • Naff, K.C. 1995. Perceptions of Discrimination: Moving Beyond the Numbers of Representative Bureaucracy. Policy Studies Journal 23: 483-498.

  • Naff, K.C. 1994. Through the Glass Ceiling: Prospects for the Advancement of Women in the Federal Civil Service. Public Administration Review 54: 507-514.

  • Naff, K.C. and S. Thomas. 1994. The Glass Ceiling Revisited: Determinants of Federal Job Advancement. Policy Studies Review 13: 249-269.

  • Naff, K.C. 1993. Toward the Year 2000: Issues and Strategies for Federal Labor-Management Relations. International Journal of Public Administration 16: 813-389.

  • Naff, K.C. 1991. Labor Relations and Privatization: A Federal Perspective. Public Administration Review 51: 23-30.

  • Naff, K.C. and R. Pomerleau. 1988. Productivity Gainsharing: A Federal Sector Case Study. Public Personnel Management 17: 403-420.

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Grants

  • Sabbatical

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Positions & Honors

  • Spring 1999 – SFSU Presidential Leave for the Professional Development of Probationary Faculty, San Francisco State University

  • March 2000 – Best Journal Article in Human Resource Management, 1999, presented by the Section on Personnel and Labor Relations, American Society for Public Administration

  • March 2000 – Distinguished Researcher Award, presented by the Section on Women in Public Administration, American Society for Public Administration

  • August 1999 – Merit Award, San Francisco State University

  • April 2006 – Outstanding Service to the Section, presented by the Section on Personnel and Labor Relations, American Society for Public Administration

  • 1996 – Passed major comprehensive exam in American Government with distinction, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

  • 1996 – Jeffrey Pressman Award ( for best article published in Policy Studies Review in 1995), Presented by the Policy Studies Organization, San Francisco, CA

  • 1994 – James E. Webb award for best paper presented at the 1993 annual meeting., Presented by the American Society for Public Administration, Washington, DC

  • 1994 – Chairman’s Award for Excellence, Presented by the Chairman of the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, Washington, DC

  • 1993 – Pi Sigma Alpha, National Political Science Honor Society, Inducted at Georgetown University, Washington, DC

  • 1993 – Chapter Service Award, National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration, Washington, DC

  • 1993 – Passed minor comprehensive exam in Public Administration with distinction, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

  • 1992-1993 – Fellowships, Georgetown University Department of Government, Washington, DC

  • 1992 – Chairman’s Award for Excellence, Presented by the Chairman of the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, Washington, DC

  • 1990 – Chapter Service Award, National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration, Washington, DC

  • 1988 – William J. Sheppard award for outstanding young public administrator, Presented by the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the, American Society for Public Administration, San Francisco

  • 1987 – Graduate Student Award for Distinguished Achievement in Major Field., Presented by faculty of the School of Behavioral and Social Science, San Francisco State University

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