Gilad, Sharon, and Momi Dahan. Forthcoming. “REPRESENTATIVE BUREAUCRACY AND IMPARTIAL POLICING”. Public Administration. Publisher's Version rep_pa_final_25.5.20.pdf online_appendix.pdf
Gilad, Sharon. 2019. “MIXING QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN PURSUIT OF RICHER ANSWERS TO REAL-WORLD QUESTIONS”. Public Performance and Management Review. Publisher's Version gilad_mixed_methods_25.9.18.pdf
Gilad, Sharon, Saar Alon-Barkat, and Chagai Weiss. 2019. “Bureaucratic Politics and the Translation of Movement Agendas”. Governance 32 (2):369-385. Publisher's Version
Gilad, Sharon, and Saar Alon-Barkat. 2018. “"Enhancing Democracy via Bureaucracy: Senior Managers’ Social Identities and Motivation for Policy Change"”. Governance 31 (2):359-380. 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) 1 (1). Publisher's Version
Gilad, Sharon, and Nissim Cohen. 2018.“Bureaucratic Politics in Israel”. in The Oxford Handbook of Israeli Politics and Society. Oxford University Press.
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
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
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
Gilad, Sharon. 2014. “Beyond Endogeneity: How Firms and Regulators Co‐Construct the Meaning of Regulation”. Law & Policy 36 (2):134 - 164. URL
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.
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.
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.
Gilad, Sharon. 2010. “It runs in the family: Meta‐regulation and its siblings”. Regulation & Governance 4 (4):485 - 506.