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A Sociocultural Approach to the Study of Bureaucratic Corruption in the Developing Countries, . Anis S. Khassawneh Journal of the Middle East Technical University: Studies in Development, , Ankara, Turkey,Volume 16,PP 127-146 Middle East Technical University: Ankara, Turkey1989
Institution Building Experiences of the Third World Countries  A Comparative Perspective.Anis S. Khassawneh Journal of King Saud University (Administrative Sciences) Volume 3,PP 53-69King Saud University (Administrative Sciences) , Riyad, Saudi Arabia, . 1991
Municipal Elections and Voting Patterns in the Jordanian District of Jerash: Implication for Local Administration Reform.Anis S. Khassawneh Mu’tah Journal for Research and Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences series.  Volume 7, Number 2,PP 9-43 Mu’tah University,Jordan 1992
Administrative Elites in Jordan: A Study of the Social Background Characteristics and Career Patterns of the Secretary Generals During the Period 1950-1991, Administrative Sciences.  Anis S. KhassawnehJournal of King Saud University (Administrative Sciences,2) Vol.5,PP 91-122 King Saud University 1993
Superior-Subordinate Relationship in Government Organizations in Jordan: Implications for Administrative change and Development . .   . Anis S. KhassawnehDirasat, Series A : The Humanities, University of JordanVol. 21A, No. 3,PP 61-90. Jordan University1994
 The Effectiveness of Training Programs Carried out by the Jordanian Institute of Public Administration: The Trainees` Perspective.Anis S. Khassawneh Abhath Al-Yarmouk Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 13. No. 1.B,PP 17-40Yarmouk University, Jordan1997
The Value and Significance of the Incentives for the Jordanian Civil Servants: Implications for Motivating Organizational Behavior Anis Al-khasawnehDirasat  Vol 25, No. 1,PP 149-163Jordan University1998
The Performance - Orientation of Civil Servants in Jordan and United Arab Emirates: A Comparative Perspective". , . Royal Institute of Public Administration,IndiaThe Indian Journal for Public Administration Vol, XLII, No. 4,The Indian Journal for Public Administration1996
Attitudes of the Civil Service Trainees Towards Performance, Administrative and Leadership Capabilities of Women in Government Bureaucratic Organizations in Jordan and United Arab Emirates: A Comparative Perspective Anis S. KhassawnehDirasatVol 26, Administrative Sciences, No 1.Jordan University1999
Obstacles of Administrative Reform and Development in Central Government Organizations in Jordan: Civil Servants` View Anis S. KhasawnehMu`tah Journal for Research and Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences Series Vol 14, No.3,PP 21-52Mutah  University1999
Change Resistance in Central Government Organizations in Jordan: Causes and Implications for future Trends of Administrative Reform and   Development.Anis KhassawnehJournal of king Saud UniversityVol.18, Administrative Sciences (1),PP 15-39 King Saud University2005
Compatibility Between Bureaucratic and Social Values in the United Arab Emirates From the Perspective of Government Employees:”, Journal of king AbduAziz University, Economics and Administration Issue,, (2009).Anis S. KhasawnehJournal of king AbduAziz University, Economics and Administration Issue Vol.23,No.1,PP 37-84 king AbduAziz University2009
Level of Performance Orientation of Federal Government Organizations in the United Arab Emirates from the Perspective of Employees’Anis S, KhasawnehJournal of king AbduAziz University, Economics and Administration Issue Vol.26,No.1King AbduAziz University2012