The Division for Development and Public Relations  

 
MICHAEL  SHALEV,  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 
Status : ACTIVE Birth place : LOWER HUTT, NEW ZEALAND
Office Phone: 02-588-3319 Fax: 02-532-4339
E-Mail: michael.shalev@gmail.com
U.R.L: http://pluto.huji.ac.il/~mshalev/Papers.html
 
Department Faculty  
SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Dept. Description
POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
Ph.D. UNIV. OF WISCONSIN (MADISON) 1979
 
Academic Position   Year
PROFESSOR 2011
ASSOC. PROFESSOR 2008
SENIOR LECTURER 1986
LECTURER 1980
 
Administrative Position   From To
Director, Shaine Center for Research in the Social Sciences 1999 2002
Director, Levi Eshkol Inst. for Economic, Social & Political Res. 2008 2012
 
Research Interests
The political economy of economic and social policy in
Israel and comparatively across the nations of the OECD bloc.
Comparative political economy and gender inequality.
Links between politics, stratification and policy in Israel.
 
Research Projects
Political participation in the United States in historical and
"Loyalty benefits" - transfer payments in the service of the state.
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
Regime-based analysis in comparative welfare state research: Old 2011
Power and the ascendance of new economic policy ideas: Lessons 2010
Dialectics of institutional change: Social insurance financing 2009
How welfare states shape the gender pay gap: A theoretical and 2009
Gender, class, and varieties of capitalism. 2009
Universal take-ups in the National Security system: An empirical 2009
Class divisions among women. 2008
The welfare state consensus in Israel: Placing class politics in 2007
Limits and alternatives to multiple regression in comparative 2007
Rejoinder: Affirming limits and defending alternatives to 2007
Limits and alternatives to multiple regression in comparative 2007
Inequality and the State in Israel: Implications of the 2006
The winners and losers of 2003: Ideology, social structure and 2005
Social cleavages among non-Arab voters: A new analysis. In: 2002
La regresion multiple en la investigacion macro-comparativa: 2001
The politics of elective affinity. In: 2001
Liberalization and the transformation of the political economy. 2000
Class meets gender in comparative social policy. 2000
The contradictions of Palestinian citizenship in Israel: 2000
Have globalization and liberalization 'normalized' Israel's 1999
The Privatization of Social Policy. ed. M. Shalev, 1996
The Labor Movement in Israel: Ideology and political economy. 1996
The resurgence of labor quiescence. 1992
Labour and the Political Economy in Israel. Oxford, 1992
Class conflict, corporatism and comparison: The Japanese enigma. 1990
The political economy of Labour Party dominance and decline in 1990
Jewish organized labor and the Palestinians: A study in 1989
Israel's domestic policy regime: Zionism, dualism and the rise 1989
 
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