Journal articles

Ali, A., Fuenzalida, J., Gómez, M. & Williams, M. (2021). Four Lenses on People Management in the Public Sector: An Evidence Review and Synthesis. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 37(2), 335-366 [pdf] [BSG working paper]

Fuenzalida, J. Van Ryzin, G. & Olsen, A. (2021). Are managers susceptible to framing effects? An experimental study of professional judgment of performance metrics. International Public Management Journal, 24(3), 314-329.  [pdf]

Fuenzalida, J. & Riccucci, N. M. (2019). The Effects of Politicization on Performance: The Mediating Role of HRM Practices. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 34(4), 544-569 [pdf]

Fuenzalida, J., Inostroza, J. & Morales, M. (2014). Alta Dirección Pública Municipal: un primer paso para resolver los nudos críticos de la descentralización chilena. Reforma y Democracia, 59 (June 2014), 119-150 [pdf]

Henríquez, M. & Fuenzalida, J. (2011). Compensando la desigualdad de ingresos locales: El Fondo Común Municipal en Chile. Revista Iberoamericana de Estudios Municipales, II(4), 73-104 [pdf]

Working papers

Fuenzalida, J., Gutiérrez, L., Fernández-Vergara, A. & González, P. (2021). Red tape and burnout risks of public service managers: Evidence from a survey experiment of school principals. Submitted [BSG working paper]

Schuster, C., Fuenzalida, J. Meyer-Sahling, J. & Saas-Mikkelsen, K. (2021). Unethical Leadership, Moral Compensation, and Unethical Follower Behaviour: Evidence from a Survey Experiment with 19,000 Chilean Public Servants. Revised and resubmitted

Gómez, M., Soto-Mota, P., van Roekel, H., Bowers, J., Tummers, L., Kristal, A., Arcain, P., Iocco, M. P., Fuenzalida, J., Massaro, S., Sherlock, J., Hein, A., Collis, H., Cardarelli, T., Ariely, D. Behavioral interventions to increase productivity and wellbeing of public servants working remotely: a multi-country field experiment. Submitted.

Alvarez, L. Riccetto, P., del Carpio, P., El Nouchi, E., Fuenzalida, J., Gómez, M., Hein, A., Molina, O. & Williams, M. Questioning Hierarchies: Senior Leaders’ Views on How Global Civil Services Changed During the Pandemic. Under review [BSG policy report]

Work in progress

Effects of telework in the public sector: Evidence from a longitudinal mixed-methods study of public service professionals (with Tomás Soto & Camilo Vera)

Measuring public sector occupations’ automation potential: Survey-based index development and validation with 15,000 public employees in Chile (with Ben Roseth & Francisco Suárez).

What drives the use of performance information by managers? A survey experiment on school principals’ attitudes

Subtle manifestations of politicization and their impact on public servants: Evidence from a mixed-methods study.