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Current Research

Funded Research

Principal Investigator. “Miami Neighborhood Stigma Project.” Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab, $4,000.

Co-Principal Investigator (with Shaoming Cheng and Susannah Bruns Ali). “Policing Innovations and Community Relations.” U.S. Department of Justice (SPI Program), $112,040.

Working Papers

Johnson, Donavon and Alexander Kroll. “The Effect of Electronic Program Applications Amidst the Politics of Administration Burden.”

Minaya, Lilia, Milena Neshkova, and Alexander Kroll. “A Theory of Adoption and Stringency of Performance Systems: The Case of Performance-Based Funding in U.S. Higher Education.”

Conference Papers

Kroll, Alexander, Willow Jacobson, and Kimberley Isett. 2022. “Performance Management in Collaborations: The Impact of Distributed Leadership on Collective Performance Data Use.” Paper prepared for the Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, August 5-9, Seattle. 

Döring, Matthias and Alexander Kroll. 2022. “Bringing Back The “Social” In Social Identity Theory: How Teams’ Gender Composition Affects Ratings of Female and Male Leaders.” Paper prepared for the Transatlantic Dialogue (TAD) 2022, June 9-11, Roskilde, Denmark.

Kroll, Alexander. 2022. “Relational Mechanisms to Explain Collective Performance Data Use.” Paper prepared for the Public Management Research (PMRC) Conference 2022, May 25-28, Phoenix, Arizona