Professor Radin has written a number of books and articles on public policy and public management issues. Much of her work has focused on policy analysis, intergovernmental relationships and federal management change. Her most recent books are the second edition of her book on policy analysis, Beyond Machiavelli: Policy Analysis Reaches Midlife, and Federal Management Reform In a World of Contradictions, both published by Georgetown University Press.
Beryl A. Radin has published numerous articles over the years. A more complete list of her work can be found here. A sample of her most recent work can be found below:
- "What Have We Learned in the Fields of Public Policy and Public Administration That Might Be Relevant to the Coronavirus Pandemic?", American Review of Public Administration, July 17, 2020
- "Compared to What? The Multiple Meanings of Comparative Policy Analysis," Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 2018; BERYL A. RADIN, & DAVID L. WEIMER (Accepted 04 Dec 2017, Published online: 09 Mar 2018).
- "Neutral Information, Evidence, Politics, and Public Administration," Book review to appear in the PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REVIEW.
- "Micro and macro approaches to social innovation: mapping the approaches of significant funders and advocates," Beryl A. Radin and Wai Fung Lam, Paper prepared for the Social Innovation Research Conference, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, May 21–22, 2015. Accepted to appear in September 2015 issue, ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
- "Science and Policy Analysis in the U.S. Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs," ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY, 2015.
- "Deil Wright’s Overlapping Model of Intergovernmental Relations: The Basis for Contemporary Intergovernmental Relationships," PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM, 2015.
- “Policy Analysis Reaches Mid Life,” CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY,Vol. 7, No. 1, June 2013, pp. 8-27.
- “Reclaiming Our Past: Linking Theory and Practice,” The 2012 John Gaus Lecture, PS, JANUARY 2013, PP. 1-7.
- “Federalist 71: Can the Federal Government be Held Accountable for Performance?”, in special issue of PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REVIEW, December 2011, Supplement to Volume 71.
- “Just a Reminder: Don’t Ignore Congress,” THE PUBLIC MANAGER, June 2011.
- “When is a Health Department Not a Health Department: The Case of the US Department of Health and Human Services,” SOCIAL POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION, Vol. 44, No. 2, April 2010, pp. 142-154.
- “U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Responsibilities and Policies (1953-present)” in Thomas Oliver, General Editor, THE GUIDE TO U.S. HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE POLICY, Congressional Quarterly Press/Sage, 2014, pp. 39-50.
- “Performance Measurement and Accountability in the Intergovernmental System in 2020,” in Jack W. Meek and Kurt Thurmaier, editors, NETWORKED GOVERNANCE: THE FUTURE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL MANAGEMENT, CQ Press, 2011.
- “Does Performance Measurement Actually Improve Accountability,” in ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNANCE; PROBLEMS AND PROMISES,¨edited by Melvin Dubnick and F. George Frederickson, M. E. Sharpe, 2011.
- “Policy Tools, Mandates and Intergovernmental Relations,” with Paul Posner, in Robert Durant, HANDBOOK ON AMERICAN BUREAUCRACY, Oxford University Press, 2010.
- “Performance Management and Intergovernmental Relations,” 2007, chapter in INTERGOVERNMENTAL MANAGEMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, edited by Paul L. Posner and Timothy J. Conlan, Brookings Institution Press and National Academy of Public Administration.
- "The Legacy of Federal Management Change: PART Repeats Familiar Problems," 2008, chapter in PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND BUDGETING: HOW GOVERNMENTS CAN LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE, edited by F. Stevens Redburn, Robert J. Shea and Terry F. Buss, published by M. E. Sharpe.
- “Theme Paper: Interaction in Federal Systems,” with Balveer Arfora and Cheryl Saunders, in UNITY IN DIVERSITY; LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER, Volume 3, INTERACTION IN FEDERAL SYSTEMS, edited by John Kincaid and Rupak Chattopadhyay, 2008, Viva Books/Forum of Federations.
- “Professionalization and Policy Analysis: The Case of the United States,” 2005, in Hal Colebach editor, THE WORK OF POLICY IN A CHANGING WORLD, Lexington Books.
- “Developments in the Federal Performance Management Movement: Balancing Conflicting Values in GPRA and PART”, 2006, in book edited by Thomas Stanton, MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF 9/ll: BLUEPRINTS FOR MORE EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT, M.E. Sharpe.
- “Defining Policy Goals through the Stages of the Policy Process: Creating the US Department of Education,” 2005, in Iris Geva-May editor, THINKING LIKE A POLICY ANALYST: POLICY ANALYSIS AS A CLINICAL PROFESSION, Palgrave Macmillan.
- “Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations in Post-9/11 America: Rhetoric versus Reality,” in Nuovi orientamenti della pubblica amministrazione dopo 1”11 settembre 2001 : NEW DIRECTIONS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AFTER SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, edited by Maria Laura Seguiti, 2004, Edizioni Dell”Universita Degli Studi di Cassino.
- “The Cabinet Officer as Juggler: The Accountability World of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in Thomas Stanton and Benjamin Ginsberg, MAKING GOVERNMENT MANAGEABLE; EXECUTIVE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT IN THE 21st CENTURY, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press, 2004.
- “The Instruments of Intergovernmental Management,” in B Guy Peters and Jon Pierre, editors, HANDBOOK OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, Sage, 2003.
- “Leading a Cabinet Department: Donna Shalala at the Department of Health and Human Services,” in Mark A. Abramson and Kevin M. Bacon, editors, LEADERS, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2002.