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Bureaucratic Reputation

A Scientific Standard and an Agency's Legal Independence: Which of these Reputation-Protection Mechanisms is less Susceptible to Political Moves

    2007. Public Administration, 85(4): 961-978.

Organizational Reputation and Jurisdictional Claims: The Case of the U.S.Food and Drug Administration

    2010. Governance, 23(1): 133-159.

Organizational Reputations and the Observability of Public Warnings in 10 Pharmaceutical Markets

    2011. Governance, 24(3): 557-582.

Organizational Reputation, Regulatory Talk and Strategic Silence

    2013. With S. Gilad, and P. Ben-Nun Bloom, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23(3): 581-608

 The Effect of Salient Reputational Threats on the Pace of FDA Enforcement

    2013. With R. Sulitzeanu- KenanGovernance, 26(1): 31-61.

Organizational Reputation, the Content of Public Allegations and Regulatory Communication

    2015. With S, Gilad and P. Ben-Nun Bloom (Maor second author), Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25(2): 451-478

Theorizing Bureaucratic Reputation

    2015. In: Arild, Wæraas, and Moshe Maor. (eds.) Organizational Reputation in the Public Sector. London: Routledge.

Responsive Change: Agency Output Response to Reputational Threats

    2016. With Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26(1): 31-44

Strategic Silence

    2016. In: Craig E. Carroll (ed.) SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage, pp. 822-824.

Missing Areas in the Bureaucratic Reputation Framework

    2016. In: Politics and Governance 4(2): 80-90.

Strategic Communication by Regulatory Agencies as a Form of Reputation Management: A Strategic Agenda

    2020. Public Administration. doi:10.1111/padm.12667