Academic Publications

Books

  1. Navot, D. (2012) Political Corruption in Israel. Jerusalem: Israel Democracy Institute. 576 pages (In Hebrew).
  2. Barak-Erez, D., D. Navot and M. Kremnizer (eds.) (2009) Conflicts of Interest – Political, Cultural and Judicial Aspects. Jerusalem and Srigim: Israel Democracy Institute and Nevo. 644 pages (In Hebrew).

 

Papers and Chapters – Peer Reviewed

 Accepted for Publication

 

  1. Navot D., Mohammd Khlaile and Samer Swed, “The Arabs in Israel, 2019-2020: Towards a non-Zionist Israeli Identity?” in Michal Shamir and Gideon Rahat (eds.), The Elections in Israel 2019-2021, (London: Routledge, forthcoming).
  1. Navot D. and Yair Goldshmidt. “Netanyahu and the Very Short History of the Rightwing Bloc,” in Michal Shamir and Gideon Rahat (eds.), The Elections in Israel 2019-2021, (London: Routledge, forthcoming).

Published  

  1. Mohammd Khlaile and Navot D. (2020). “Hamulas and Structural Corruption in the Middle East,” in I. Kubbe and A. Varraich (eds.), Corruption and Informal Practices in the Middle East and North Africa. Routledge: London and New York, pp. 43-64.
  1. Navot, D and Inna Kube. (2020). “Corruption Eruption – the Israeli Case”, in I. Kubbe and A. Varraich (eds.), Corruption and Informal Practices in the Middle East and North Africa. Routledge: London and New York, pp. 140-158. 
  1. Vashdi, D. Canetti, Navot, D., Levi, Iris and Hobfall, S. (2019) “Does Political Efficacy Buffer the Heightened Risk of Posttraumatic Stress in Disadvantaged Communities?” Journal of Traumatic Stress.
  1. Navot, D., and I. Beeri. (2018) “The Public’s Conceptions of Political Corruption.” European Political Science. 17(1): 93-110.
  1. Navot, D., and I. Beeri. (2017) “Conceptualization of Political Corruption, Perceptions of Corruption, and Political Participation.” Lex Localis 15 (2): 199-219. 
  1. Navot, D., Aviad Rubin and As’ad Ghanem. (2017) “The Israeli Elections 2015: The Triumph of Jewish Skepticism, the Emergence of Arab Faith.” The Middle East Journal. (equal contribution). 
  1. Navot, D. (2017)On the Mahapakh that took Place and the Mahapakh who did not: Israel Corruption and anti-Corruption 1967-1977.” Iyunim Bitkumat Israel 11: 58-77 (In Hebrew).
  1. Navot, D. (2017). “What can we learn about political corruption from Kant’s conceptions of honesty, publicity and truthfulness?”, in Sorin Baiasu and Sylvie Loriaux (eds) Sincerity in Politics and International Relations. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 61-74.
  1. Navot, D. (2016) “Real Politics and the Concept of Political Corruption.” Political Studies Review 14(4): 544-554.
  1. Navot, D., Reingewertz Y. Cohen, N. (2016) “Speed or Greed: the Implications of Wages’ Increase in the public sector on Political Corruption.” Administration & Society.
  1. Navot, D. and A. Rubin. (2016) “Likud’s Success in the Israeli Elections of 2015: Netanyahu’s Hobbesian Moment.” Israel Affairs 22 (3–4): 628–640. Q4) (equal contribution).
  1. Navot, D. and N. Cohen (2015) “How Policy Entrepreneurs Reduce Corruption in Israel.” Governance 28(1): 61-76.
  1. Beeri, I. and Navot D. (2014) “Turnaround Management Strategies in Local Authorities: Managerial, Political and National Obstacles to Recovery.” Journal of Management & Organization 20(1): 121 – 138.
  1. Rubin, A., Navot D. and A. Ghanem (2014) “The 2013 Israeli General Election–Travails of ex-King.” The Middle East Journal 68 (2): 248-267.
  1. Navot, D. (2014) “The Concept of Political Corruption – Lessons from a lost Epoch.” Public Integrity 16(4): 357-373.
  1. Navot, D. (2014) “Political Corruption, Democratic Theory and Democracy.” Les ateliers de l’éthique/The Ethics Forum Les ateliers de l’éthique / The Ethics Forum 9(3): 4-24.
  1. Beeri, I. and Navot D. (2013) “Local Political Corruption: Potential Structural Malfunctions at the Central-Local, Local-Local and Intra-Local Levels.” Public Management Review 15(5): 712-739.
  1. Peled, Y. and Navot D. (2012) “Private Incarceration – Towards a Philosophical Critique.” Constellations 19(2): 216-234.
  1. Navot, D. and Y. Peled (2009) “Towards a Constitutional Counter-Revolution in Israel?” Constellations 16(3): 429-444.
  1. Navot, D. (2009) “Law and Culture in Israel at the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century by Menachem Mautner (Am Oved, 2008); Law and Culture (Bar Ilan University Press, 2008).” The Public Sphere (3): 139-156. (In Hebrew).
  1. Peled, Y. and Navot D. (2005) “Ethnic Democracy Revisited: On the State of Democracy in the Jewish State.” Israel Studies Forum 20(1): 3-27.