Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom, Sharon Gilad, and Michael Freedman. In Press. "Does Exposure to Other Cultures Affect the Impact of Economic Globalization on Gender Equality”. International Political Science Review .
Gilad, S. 2015. Political Pressures, Organizational Identity and Attention to Tasks: Illustrations from Pre-Crisis Financial Regulation, Public Administration, 93(3): 593-608.
Gilad S. M. Maor and P. 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.
Gilad, S. 2014. Beyond Endogeneity: How Firms and Regulators Co-Construct the Meaning of Process-Oriented Regulation, Law & Policy, 36 (2): 134-164.
Maor M., S. Gilad and P. Ben-Nun Bloom. 2013. Organizational Reputation, Regulatory Talk and Strategic Silence, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23 (3): 581-608.
Gilad, S. 2011. Institutionalizing Fairness in Financial Markets: Mission Impossible? Regulation & Governance 5(3), 309-332.
Gilad, S. 2010. It Runs in the Family: Meta-Regulation and Its Siblings, Regulation & Governance, 4 (4), 485-506.
Gilad, S. 2010. Why the ‘Haves' Do Not Necessarily Come Out Ahead in Informal Dispute Resolution, Law & Policy 32 (3), 283-312.
Gilad, S. 2009. Juggling Conflicting Demands: The Case of the UK Financial Ombudsman Service. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(3), 661-680.
Gilad, S. 2008. Exchange without Capture: The UK Financial Ombudsman Service's Struggle for Accepted Domain, Public Administration, 86(4), 907-924.
Gilad, S. 2008. Accountability or Expectations Management: The Role of the Ombudsman in Financial Regulation, Law & Policy, 30 (2), 227-253.
Levi-Faur, D. and S. Gilad. 2004. The Rise of the British Regulatory State: Transcending the Privatization Debate, Comparative Politics 37 (1), 105-124.
Gilad S. 2012. Regulatory Attention and Reputation, in M. Lodge and K. Wegrich eds. Executive Government in Crisis. Palgrave: 157-178.
Gilad, S. and T. Yogev. 2012. How Reputation Regulates Regulators: illustrations from the Regulation of Retail Finance. In Michael Barnett and Tim Pollock eds. Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation, Oxford University Press: 320-340.
Gilad, S. 2012. Process-Oriented Regulation: Conceptualization and Assessment, In D. Levi-Faur ed. Handbook of the Politics of Regulation, Edward Elgar: 423-440.
Parker C. and Gilad S. 2011. Internal Corporate Compliance Management Systems, in C. Parker and V. Nielsen eds., Explaining Compliance: Firms' Responses to Regulation, Edward Elgar: 170-198.
Gilad S. and M. McDermont. 2008. ‘Responsible Lending and Borrowing: Targeting the Wrong Problem? Risk and Regulation, Special Issue on the Financial Crisis.
Gilad, S. 2008. ‘Is Transparency Good for Consumers? Assessing Proposals for Publishing Comparative Complaints Data in Financial Services,' Risk & Regulation, 16 Winter 2008.
Gilad, S. 2007. ‘Institution' & ‘Regulatory Enforcement,' Entries for the Encyclopaedia of Governance, edited by M. Bevir; Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
2016 Associate Professor, Political Science and the Federmann School of Public Policy, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2010-2016 Senior Lecturer, Political Science and the Federmann School of Public Policy, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2008-2010 ESRC Research Officer, Centre for the Analysis of Risk and Regulation, the London School of Economics.
2006-2010 Lecturer (Public Sector Organisation), the Department of Management, King’s College London.
2005-2006 Fixed-Term Tutorial Fellow (Public Policy & Administration), the Government department, the London School of Economics.
2007 University of Oxford, Politics & International Relations Department and Nuffield College, DPhil.
2002 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, MA in Political Science.
1998 Attorney, The Israel Bar Association.
1997 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, BA in Law (LL.B).
Gilad Sharon, Saar Alon Barkat and Alexandr Braverman, Governance