Amirkhanyan, A., Kim, H.J., & Lambright, K.T. (2014). “The Performance Puzzle: Understanding the Factors Influencing Alternative Dimensions of Performance” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24 (1), 1-34.
Amirkhanyan, A, and Pettijohn, S. (2012) “Non-profit Perspectives on Partnerships” In: Rethinking Public-Private Partnerships; Strategic Approaches in Turbulent Times. (eds. Carsten Greve and Graeme Hodge). London: Routledge Books.
Amirkhanyan, A., Kim, H.J., & Lambright, K. T. (2012). Closer than “Arms Length”: Understanding the Factors Influencing the Development of Collaborative Contracting Relationships. The American Review of Public Administration, 42 (3), 341-366.
Amirkhanyan, A. (2010). Monitoring across sectors: Examining the effect of nonprofit and forprofit contractor ownership on performance monitoring in state and local government contracts. Public Administration Review, 70(5), 742-755.
Wolf, D.A., & Amirkhanyan, A. (2010). Demographic Change and Its Public Sector Consequences. Public Administration Review, Special Issue Symposium (peer-reviewed), 70(S1), S12-S23.
Amirkhanyan, A. (2009). Collaborative Performance Measurement: Examining and explaining the prevalence of collaboration in state and local government performance monitoring. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(3), 523-554.
Amirkhanyan, A.A., Kim, H.J., & Lambright, K.T. (2009). Faith-based Assumptions about Performance: Does Church-affiliation Matter for Service Quality and Access? Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 38(3), 490-521.
Amirkhanyan, A.A. (2008). Privatizing public nursing homes: Examining the effect on quality and access. Public Administration Review, 68(4), 665-680.
Amirkhanyan, A., Kim, J., & Lambright, K. (2008). Does the public sector outperform the nonprofit and for-profit sectors? Evidence from a national panel study on nursing home quality and access. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 27(2), 326-353.
Amirkhanyan, A.A. (2007). The smart-seller challenge: The determinants of privatizing public nursing homes. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17 (3), 501-527.