Pedro Correia, Ireneu Mendes and Sara Silva publish a new paper on the journal Sociologia
Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia (CAPP) is the author of a new article published on Sociologia, with the title “The perception of justice in the evaluation of Public Administration performance and productivity”.
Under the reform process in public administration, SIADAP emerges as a new paradigm for performance evaluation, with the intent to improve PA’s management and the performance of their employees.
Written In co-authorship with Ireneu de Oliveira Mendes (ISCSP) and Sara Raquel dos Santos Rodrigues Manaia da Silva (FDUC), this study aims to assess whether the way in which workers perceive the fairness of the performance evaluation influences their productivity. The authors conclude that the perceptions of the workers in the Local Government on the variables "distributive justice" and "informational justice" have a positive direct impact on their perceptions regarding the satisfaction with the performance evaluation.
Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia has a PhD in Social Science, specializing in Public Administration. He is a Professor at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon. He is Vice-President and an integrated researcher at the Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, while also a collaborator researcher at the Interdisciplinar Centre for Gender Studies. An advisor for the General-Directorate of Justice Policies of the Ministry of Justice, he also collaborates with the Research Group in Justice Administration from the University of Brasília. His work in the management of Human Resources was recognized with several awards in 2018.
Ireneu de Oliveira Mendes is a PhD student in Public Administration at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon. He is a Professor at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon.
Sara Raquel dos Santos Rodrigues Manaia da Silva has a Master degree in Public-Private Administration from Coimbra Faculty of Law.