Cantarelli, P., Belle, N., & Belardinelli, P. (Forthcoming). Behavioral public HR: Experimental evidence on cognitive biases and debiasing interventions. Review of Public Personnel Administration. DOI: 10.1177/0734371X18778090.

Battaglio, P. R., Belardinelli, P., Belle, N., & Cantarelli, P. (2019). Behavioral Public Administration Ad Fontes: A Synthesis of Research on Bounded Rationality, Cognitive Biases, and Nudging in Public Organizations. Public Administration Review, 79(3), 304-320.

Belle, N., Belardinelli, P., Cantarelli, P., & Mele, V. (2019). On Iron Cages and Suboptimal Choices: An Experimental Test of the Micro-Foundations of Isomorphism in the Public Sector. International Public Management Journal, 22(2), 373-414.

Mele, V., & Belardinelli, P. (2019). Mixed Methods in public administration research: Selecting, sequencing and connecting. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 29(2), 334-347.

Belardinelli, P., Belle, N., Sicilia, M., & Steccolini, I. (2018). Framing Effects under Different Uses of Performance Information: An Experimental Study on Public ManagersPublic Administration Review, 78(6), 841-851.

Belle, N., Cantarelli, P., & Belardinelli, P. (2018). Prospect Theory Goes Public: Experimental Evidence on Cognitive Biases in Public Policy and Management Decisions Public Administration Review, 78(6), 828-840.

Belle, N., Cantarelli, P., & Belardinelli, P. (2017). Cognitive Biases in Performance Appraisal: Experimental Evidence on Anchoring and Halo Effects with Public Sector Managers and EmployeesReview of Public Personnel Administration, 37(3), 275-294.

Cantarelli, P., Belardinelli, P., & Belle, N. (2016). A Meta-Analysis of Job Satisfaction Correlates in the Public Administration LiteratureReview of Public Personnel Administration, 36(2), 115-144.


Belardinelli, P., & Mele, V. (Forthcoming). Mixed Methods in Public Administration. In Research Methods in Public Administration, Management and Policy: Breaking New Frontiers, ed. Vigoda-Gadot E., & Vashdi D. Edward Elgar Publishing.


Belardinelli, P. (Forthcoming). Mark Esteve and Christian Schuster, eds., Motivating Public Employees (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019). 94 pp. International Public Management Journal. DOI: 10.1080/10967494.2019.1692115.

Belardinelli, P. (2018). Eva Moll Sørensen, Hanne Foss Hansen, and Mads Bøge Kristiansen, eds., Public Management in Times of Austerity (New York and London: Routledge, 2017). 282 pp. $120.00 (hardcover), ISBN: 9781138680531. Public Administration Review78(5), 809-811. – Laverne Burchfield Award 2018.


Battaglio, P. R., Belardinelli, P., Belle, N., & Cantarelli, P. Monetary rewards, fairness perceptions, and administrative performance in a public domain.

Belardinelli, P., Belle, N., Cucciniello, M., & Nasi, G. Experimental evidence on how to fuel coproduction.

Belardinelli, P., Bertelli, A., & Woodhouse, E. Credit claiming and the form of public service delivery: A survey experiment.

Belardinelli, P., Fattore, G., & Torbica, A. Perceived vs objective socio-economic status in adolescent years: What impact on health risk behaviors?

Belardinelli, P., & Stanig, P. Group membership and preferences over redistribution: experimental evidence from the lab.

Belardinelli, P., & Stanig, P. Immigration policy in the lab: Welfare chauvinism, skills and redistribution.

Fattore, G., Federici, C. & Belardinelli, P. The effects of fiscal policies on weight: A systematic review of the moderating effects of income and initial BMI.