PUBLICATIONS

2018
Gilad, Sharon, and Saar Alon-Barkat. 2018. “"Enhancing Democracy via Bureaucracy: Senior Managers’ Social Identities and Motivation for Policy Change"”. Governance. Publisher's Version
Gilad, Sharon, Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom, and Michaela Assouline. 2018. “Employees’ Endogenous Processing of Organizational Reputation Signals”. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (Inaugural Issue).
Gilad, Sharon, and Nissim Cohen. 2018.“Bureaucratic Politics in Israel”. in The Oxford Handbook of Israeli Politics and Society. Oxford University Press.
2017
Alon-Barkat, Saar, and Sharon Gilad. 2017. “"Compensating for Poor Performance with Promotional Symbols: Evidence from a Survey Experiment"”. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (4):661:675.
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom, Sharon Gilad, Michael Freedman. 2017. “Does Exposure to Other Cultures Affect the Impact of Economic Globalization on Gender Equality”. International Political Science Review 38 (3):378-395. Publisher's Version
2016
Gilad, Sharon, Saar Alon‐Barkat, and Alexandr Braverman. 2016. “Large‐Scale Social Protest: A Business Risk and a Bureaucratic Opportunity”. Governance 29 (3):371-392. URL APPENDIX dataset
Alon-Barkat, Saar, and Sharon Gilad. 2016. “Political control or legitimacy deficit? Bureaucracies’ symbolic response to bottom-up public pressures”. Policy & Politics 44 (1):41-58. URL APPENDIX dataset
2015
Gilad, Sharon, Moshe Maor, and Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom. 2015. “Organizational reputation, the content of public allegations, and regulatory communication”. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (2):451-478. URL
Gilad, Sharon. 2015. “POLITICAL PRESSURES, ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY, AND ATTENTION TO TASKS: ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PRE‐CRISIS FINANCIAL REGULATION”. Public Administration 93 (3):593-608. URL
2014
Gilad, Sharon. 2014. “Beyond Endogeneity: How Firms and Regulators Co‐Construct the Meaning of Regulation”. Law & Policy 36 (2):134 - 164. URL
2013
Maor, Moshe, Sharon Gilad, and Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom. 2013. “Organizational reputation, regulatory talk, and strategic silence”. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23 (3):581 - 608.
2012
Gilad, Sharon. 2012.“Attention and reputation: Linking regulators’ internal and external worlds”. Pp. 157 - 178 in Executive Government in Crisis. Palgrave Macmillan.
Gilad, Sharon, and Tamar Yogev. 2012.“How reputation regulates regulators: Illustrations from the regulation of retail finance”. Pp. 320-340 in Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation. Oxford University Press.
2011
Gilad, Sharon. 2011. “Institutionalizing fairness in financial markets: Mission impossible?”. Regulation & Governance 5 (3):309 - 332.
Parker, Christine, and Sharon Gilad. 2011.“Internal corporate compliance management systems: Structure, culture and agency”. in Explaining Compliance: Firms' Responses to Regulation.
Gilad, Sharon. 2011.“Process-oriented regulation: conceptualization and assessment”. Pp. 423-440 in Handbook of the Politics of Regulation. Edward Elgar Publishing.
2010
Gilad, Sharon. 2010. “It runs in the family: Meta‐regulation and its siblings”. Regulation & Governance 4 (4):485 - 506.
Gilad, Sharon. 2010. “Why the “Haves” Do Not Necessarily Come Out Ahead in Informal Dispute Resolution”. Law & Policy 32 (3):283 - 312.
2009
Gilad, Sharon. 2009. “Juggling conflicting demands: The case of the UK financial ombudsman service”. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (3):661 - 680.
2008
Gilad, Sharon. 2008. “Accountability or expectations management? The role of the ombudsman in financial regulation”. Law & Policy 30 (2):227 - 253.

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