Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Federmann School of Public Policy, Hebrew University
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Let My People Go: Ethnic In‐Group Bias in Judicial Decisions—Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment
O Gazal‐Ayal, R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 7 (3), 403-428, 2010
1192010
Reflection in the shadow of blame: When do politicians appoint commissions of inquiry?
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
British Journal of Political Science 40 (3), 613-634, 2010
852010
The Effect of Salient Reputational Threats on the Pace of FDA Enforcement
M MAOR, R SULITZEANU‐KENAN
Governance 26 (1), 31-61, 2013
732013
Responsive Change: Agency Output Response to Reputational Threats
M Maor, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (1), 31-44, 2016
682016
If they get it right: An experimental test of the effects of the appointment and reports of UK public inquiries
R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan
Public Administration 84 (3), 623-653, 2006
672006
Managerial values and accountability pressures: Challenges of crisis and disaster
R Schwartz, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 14 (1), 79-102, 2004
612004
Blame Avoidance with Adjectives? Motivation, Opportunity, Activity and Outcome
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, C Hood
ECPR Joint Sessions, Blame Avoidance and Blame Management Workshop, Granada …, 2005
452005
Explaining self‐interested behavior of public‐spirited policy makers
E Zamir, R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan
Public Administration Review 78 (4), 579-592, 2018
332018
Making a Difference: Political Efficacy and Policy Preference Construction
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, E Halperin
British Journal of Political Science 43 (2), 299-322, 2013
332013
When COVID-19, constitutional crisis, and political deadlock meet: the Israeli case from a disproportionate policy perspective
M Maor, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, D Chinitz
Policy and Society 39 (3), 442-457, 2020
322020
Scything the grass: agenda-setting consequences of appointing public inquiries in the UK. A longitudinal analysis
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Policy & Politics 35 (4), 629-650, 2007
322007
The politics of accountability: Institutionalising internal auditing in Israel
R Scwartz, R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan
Financial Accountability & Management 18 (3), 211-231, 2002
292002
Facts, Preferences, and Doctrine: An Empirical Analysis of Proportionality Judgment
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, M Kremnitzer, S Alon
Law & Society Review, 2016
232016
Teacher's PAT? Multiple‐role principal–agent theory, education politics, and bureaucrat power
P Vanhuysse, R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan
Critical Studies in Education 50 (2), 129-144, 2009
22*2009
Biased Judgment of Political Bias: Perceived Ideological Distance Increases Perceptions of Political Bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Political Behavior 37 (2), 487-507, 2015
192015
When do we care about political neutrality? The hypocritical nature of reaction to political bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
PloS one 13 (5), e0196674, 2018
102018
Blame avoidance and the politics of public inquiries in the UK, 1984-2003
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
University of Oxford, 2006
82006
Policy and Blame Attribution: Citizens’ preferences, Policy Reputations, and Policy Surprises
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, R Zohlnhöfer
Political Behavior 41 (1), 53-77, 2019
72019
Form and Content: Institutional Preferences and Public Opinion in a Crisis Inquiry
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Y Holzman-Gazit
Administration & Society, 0095399712469197, 2016
72016
A Formal Model of Social Blame in Political Context
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, L Sheffer
62012
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