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Policy Dynamics

Policy Overreaction

     2012. Journal of Public Policy, 32, pp 231-259.

Policy Bubbles: Policy Overreaction and Positive Feedback

    2014. Governance, 27(3), pp 469-487

Policy Persistence, Risk Estimation and Policy Underreaction

    2014. Policy Sciences, 47(4), pp. 425-443

Emotion-Driven Negative Policy Bubbles

    2016. Policy Sciences, 49(2), pp. 191-210

Disproportionate Policy Responses

    2017. In: Politics: Oxford Research Encyclopedias, Oxford University Press.

Proportionate and disproportionate policy responses to climate change: Core concepts and empirical applications

   2017with J. Tosun & A. Jordan. In: Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning19(6): 599-611.

Policy Entrepreneurs in Policy Valuation Processes: The Case of the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies

    2017. In: Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy35(8): 1401–1417.

Policy overreaction doctrine: From ideal-type to context-sensitive solution in times of crisis

    2017. In: M. Howlett & I. Mukherjee (Eds.), Handbook of Policy Formulation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 539-553.

Governing Climate Change: The (Dis)proportionality of Policy Response

   2017with J. Tosun & A. Jordan. In: Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning19(6): 596-598.

Rhetoric and Doctrines of Policy Over- and Underreactions in Times of Crisis

     2018. In: Policy & Politics46(1): 47-63.

Strategic Policy Overreaction as Risky Policy Investment

    2019. In: International Review of Public Policy, 1(1): 46-64. [Open Access]

Overreaction and Bubbles in Politics and Policy

    2019. In: Alex Mintz and Lesley Terris (Eds.) Oxford Handbook on Behavioral Political Science, Oxford Handbooks Online, Oxford University Press.

Deliberate Disproportionate Policy Response: Towards a Conceptual Turn

    2019. In: Journal of Public Policy.

Policy Over- and Under-reaction as Policy Styles

    forthcoming. In: Michael Howlett and Jale Tosun (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Policy Styles. London: Routledge

A Social Network Perspective on the Interaction between Policy Bubbles

    2020. In: International Review of Public Policy 2(1): 24-44. [Open Access]

Policy Over- and Under-Design: An Information-Quality Perspective

    2020. In: Policy Sciences, doi:10.1007/s11077-020-09388-x

Policy Overreaction Styles during Manufactured Crises

    2020. In:Policy & Politics, doi:10.1332/030557320X15894563823146

When COVID-19, Constitutional Crisis, and Political Deadlock Meet: The Israeli Case from a Disproportionate Policy Perspective

    2020. with R. Sulitzeanu Kenan and D. Chinitz. In: Policy & Society, doi: 10.1080/14494035.2020.1783792


Working Papers

Emotion Regulation by Emotional Entrepreneurs: Implications for Political Science and International Relations

    2015. with James J. Gross. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Jerusalem: Hebrew University.

Why a Policy Bubble is Sustainable: The Role of Institutional Context

    2016. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Jerusalem: Hebrew University.

A Disproportionate Policy Perspective on the Politics of Crisis Management

    2019. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Jerusalem: Hebrew University.

The Political Calculus of Bad Governance: The Fight against COVID-19 in Israel

    2020. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Jerusalem: Hebrew University.

The Canary in the Coal Mine: Mythical Institutions and Nonlinear Political Dynamics

    2020. Paper delivered at the virtual 48th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, 14-17 April, 2020.