Researcher interests: Comparative public administration: bureaucratic politics; organizational reputations; public sector reforms. Public policy: policy dynamics, non-proportionate policy response. Comparative politics: parties and party systems (Western Europe), British politics. Concepts and methods in political science and in public policy and administration.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Political Science
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Selected Publications

policy entrepreneurs in policy valuation processes the case of the coalition for environmentally responsible economies (2017)| Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space| Read more
andrew jordan, jale tosun, Moshe Maor
governing climate change the dis proportionality of policy responses (2017)| Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning| Read more
andrew jordan, jale tosun, Moshe Maor
proportionate and disproportionate policy responses to climate change core concepts and empirical applications (2017)| Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning| Read more
the implications of the emerging disproportionate policy perspective for the new policy design studies (2017)| Policy Sciences| Read more
disproportionate policy response (2017)| | Read more
rhetoric and doctrines of policy over and underreactions in times of crisis (2017)| Policy and Politics| Read more
missing areas in the bureaucratic reputation framework (2016)| Politics and Governance| Read more
emotion driven negative policy bubbles (2016)| Policy Sciences| Read more
Sharon Gilad, Moshe Maor, pazit bennun bloom
organizational reputation the content of public allegations and regulatory communication (2015)| Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory| Read more
Moshe Maor, raanan sulitzeanukenan, Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan
responsive change agency output response to reputational threats (2015)| Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory| Read more

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