The Division for Advancement and External Relations
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Birth place :
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
External Academic Positions and Awards
Visiting Scholar: Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1977-78; Japan-
Foundation, Tokyo, 1986
Visiting Prof.: Univ. of Western Ontario, London 1982-83;
Carleton Univ., Ottawa, 1983-84, 1993-94
Comparative politics. Electoral studies. Israeli politics. Game theory.
Predictive power of coalition theories:
Strategic voting in the 1999 elections:
Electoral participation and decisiveness of electoral results:
Democratic stability and consolidation of democracy:
A new solution of the bargaining problem:
The development of judicial review in Israel:
The parliamentary elections in Israel, January 2013.
Comparing strategic voting under first-past-the-post (FPTP) and
Voting power: An information theory approach.
Political data in 2008 Israel.
The Parliamentary Election in Israel, February 2009.
Measuring disproportionality, volatility and malapportionment:
Regional Elections in Israel. Jerusalem: Van Leer Jerusalem
Jerusalem: Maggie Publishers Ltd.,
The Israeli party map. In:
Individual rationality and bargaining.
Nonvoting and the decisiveness of electoral outcomes.
The Knesset election in Israel, March 2006.
Homogeneity, heterogeneity and direct democracy: The case of
Why democracies collapse: The reasons for democratic failure and
The parliamentary elections in Israel, 2003.
Strategic abandonment or sincerely second best? The 1999 Israeli
The Last Days in Israel: Understanding the New Israeli
The Lagado Travel.
Jerusalem: Maggie Publishers,
Ideology, party change, and electoral campaigns in Israel,
The 2001 Prime Ministerial elections in Israel.
Domestic Israeli politics and conflict. In:
Waking up from the Oslo Dream. In:
Jerusalem's Last Days.
Jerusalem: The Floersheimer
The 1999 Knesset and prime ministerial elections in Israel.
Rethinking De Swaan (1973): A note on closed coalitions -
The new political system of Israel.
The Jerusalem Municipal Elections.
Voters' Attitudes on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the 1996
The second option: Paradoxes and dilemmas of center parties.
Is it a total conflict? In
The Rational Voter in the 1998 Municipal Elections.
The sinking of the political parties and the direct elections of
Fifty years of the political system. In:
The Israeli political system at a crossroad. In:
The 1996 Knesset and Prime Ministerial Elections: Readings
With Dindush: Some reflections on the Israeli political system
The politics of electoral reform in Israel.
Typology of Western Democratic Governments.
Election in Israel 1992.
Chapter 2. Jerusalem, Jerusalem
The Elections of the 13th Knesset.
The Israeli general elections of 1992.
Political distances between individual parliament members and
Direct Elections of the Prime Minister.
Political distances between Knesset members and coalition
Elections and Voters in Israel.
Praeger, New York,
The 1988 Knesset Elections.
Statistical characteristics of the Arab vote.
The 1988 general elections in Israel.
Elections and Voters in Israel.
Critical periods of news coverage during an election campaign.
Changing the system of elections: Analysis of a proposal on the
The Canadian electoral system: An Israeli perspective.
A Guide to Change - The Voting System
Political news coverage during the 1986 Japanese election
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