In this roundtable, the contributors discuss the role of institutions (or lack thereof) in behav-ioral public administration (BPA). In a multidisciplinary discourse, the contributors touch on the many ten-sions that exist between institutional and behavioral perspectives of public administration. This roundtable is intended to spark additional discourse on the role of institutions in how they parameterize behaviors within or how individual behaviors might, in the aggregate, influence the norms and rules that shape institutions. Here at JBPA, we encourage further dialogue on the role of institutions in behavioral studies and holding work from a macro-, meso-, and micro-lens accountable to each another (Jilke et al., 2019).

Institutional theory in behavioral public administration: a three-stage approach. In: The (missing?) role of institutions in behavioral public administration: a roundtable discourse

Cucciniello, Maria
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2022-01-01

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In this roundtable, the contributors discuss the role of institutions (or lack thereof) in behav-ioral public administration (BPA). In a multidisciplinary discourse, the contributors touch on the many ten-sions that exist between institutional and behavioral perspectives of public administration. This roundtable is intended to spark additional discourse on the role of institutions in how they parameterize behaviors within or how individual behaviors might, in the aggregate, influence the norms and rules that shape institutions. Here at JBPA, we encourage further dialogue on the role of institutions in behavioral studies and holding work from a macro-, meso-, and micro-lens accountable to each another (Jilke et al., 2019).
2022
Cucciniello, Maria; Linos, Elizabeth
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