פרויקט סדר היום הפוליטי בישראל - פרסומים

 

גרינוולד גילעד ומעוז רוזנטל, 2021. יציבות, מגוון ואידאולוגיה בתשומת הלב התקשורתית לנושאי מדיניות ציבורית בתקופת הבחירות 2019-2020. מסגרות מדיה 20: 8-33.

 

 

Cavari, Amnon, Benjamin Yoel, and Hannah Lowenkamp. (2021). “In the Name of the President.” American Politics Research.

 

 

Cavari, Amnon and Freedman, Guy. (2019). “From Public to Publics: Assessing Group Variation in Issue Priorities in the U.S. and Israel.” In Baumgartner et al. (ed.) Comparative Agendas: Concepts, Tools and Data. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

 

Cavari, Amnon. (2019). “Evaluating the President on Your Priorities: Issue Priorities, Policy Performance, and Presidential Approval, 1981-2016”. Presidential Studies Quarterly, published online 21 July 2019, from: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/psq.12594.

 

 

Kosti, Nir, Shpaizman, Ilana and Levi-Faur David. (2019). The Israeli Agendas Project. In: Baumgartner Frank, Grossman Emiliano and Breuning Christian (eds). Comparative Policy Agendas: Theory, Tools, Data. NY: Oxford University Press. (pp. 114-120).

 

 

Shpaizman, Ilana. (2019). Using CAP data for qualitative policy research. In: Baumgartner Frank, Grossman Emiliano and Breuning Christian (eds). Comparative Policy Agendas: Theory, Tools, Data. NY: Oxford University Press. (pp. 359-372).

 

 

Shpaizman, Ilana. (2018). Beyond the visible policy agenda: Problem definitions disappearing from the agenda as non-decisions, Journal of Public Policy. doi.org/10.1017/S0143814X18000260

 

 

Cavari, Amnon. (2017). The Party Politics of Presidential Rhetoric. New York: Cambridge University Press. Winner of the 2018 Richard Neustadt Award for the best book on the US presidency.

 

 

Shpaizman, Ilana. (2017). Identifying relevant cases of conversion and drift using the Comparative Agendas Project, Policy Studies Journal. 45(3), pp.490-509.

 

 

Cavari, Amnon. (2014). “The Interplay of Macropartisanship and Macrohandling, and the 2012 Electoral Success of the Democratic Party.” In Cavari et al. The 2012 Presidential Election: Forecasts, Outcomes, and Consequences. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.