Nissim Cohen
Nissim Cohen
Department of Public Administration & Policy, School of Political Sciences, The University of Haifa
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TitleCited byYear
Field research in conflict environments: Methodological challenges and snowball sampling
N Cohen, T Arieli
Journal of Peace Research 48 (4), 423-435, 2011
Informal payments for health care–the phenomenon and its context
N Cohen
Health Economics, Policy and Law 7 (3), 285-308, 2012
Policy entrepreneurs and the design of public policy: The case of the national health insurance law in Israel
N Cohen
Journal of Social Research & Policy 3 (1), 5-26, 2012
Trust, participation, and performance in public administration: an empirical examination of health services in Israel
S Mizrahi, E Vigoda-Gadot, N Cohen
Public Performance & Management Review 33 (1), 7-33, 2009
Public attitudes towards the welfare state and public policy: the Israeli experience
N Cohen, S Mizrahi, F Yuval
Israel Affairs 17 (4), 621-643, 2011
Reducing dependence on oil? How policy entrepreneurs utilize the national security agenda to recruit government support: The case of electric transportation in Israel
N Cohen, M Naor
Energy Policy 56, 582-590, 2013
Business Communities and Peace: The Cost‐Benefit Calculations of Political Involvement
N Cohen, G Ben‐Porat
Peace & Change 33 (3), 426-446, 2008
Trust, participation and performance: The case of the Israeli National Insurance Institute
S Mizrahi, E Vigoda-Gadot, N Cohen
Public Management Review 12 (1), 99-126, 2010
How Policy Entrepreneurs Reduce Corruption in I srael
D Navot, N Cohen
Governance 28 (1), 61-76, 2015
Policy entrepreneurs and post-conflict cross-border cooperation: a conceptual framework and the Israeli–Jordanian case
T Arieli, N Cohen
Policy Sciences 46 (3), 237-256, 2013
How culture affects street-level bureaucrats’ bending the rules in the context of informal payments for health care: The Israeli case
N Cohen
The American review of public administration 48 (2), 175-187, 2018
Forgoing new public management and adopting post‐new public management principles: The on‐going civil service reform in Israel
N Cohen
Public Administration and Development 36 (1), 20-34, 2016
Speed or greed? High wages and corruption among public servants
D Navot, Y Reingewertz, N Cohen
Administration & Society 48 (5), 580-601, 2016
The power of expertise? Politician–bureaucrat interactions, national budget transparency and the Israeli health care policy
N Cohen
Policy Studies 34 (5-6), 638-654, 2013
Privatization through centralization in the Israeli health care system: The case of the national health insurance law and its amendments
S Mizrahi, N Cohen
Administration & Society 44 (4), 412-437, 2012
The incentives of street-level bureaucrats and inequality in tax assessments
N Cohen, S Gershgoren
Administration & Society 48 (3), 267-289, 2016
Black‐market Medicine and Public Opinion Towards the Welfare State: Evidence from Israel
N Cohen, S Mizrahi, F Yuval
Social Policy & Administration 46 (7), 727-747, 2012
10. Policy entrepreneurs and agenda setting
N Cohen
Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting, 180, 2016
The pursuit of political will: Politicians' motivation and health promotion
Y Zalmanovitch, N Cohen
The International journal of health planning and management 30 (1), 31-44, 2015
When the Clients Can Choose: Dilemmas of Street-Level Workers in Choice-Based Social Services
N Cohen, A Benish, A Shamriz-Ilouz
Social Service Review 90 (4), 620-646, 2016
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