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David Levi-Faur is associate professor at the School of Public Policy and the Department of Political Science, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is also a founding editor of Regulation & Governance, a Willey-Blackwell's journal, that aims to serve as a leading platform for the study of regulation and governance in the social sciences. He held research and teaching positions at the University of Haifa, the University of Oxford, the Australian National University and the University of Manchester. He held a visiting positions in the London School of Economics, the University of Amsterdam, University of Utrecht and University of California (Berkeley). He currently works on a book manuscript Regulating Capitalism: Governance and the Global Spread of Regulatory Agencies," to be published by Princeton University Press. His recent work includes special issues of the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences (The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism, co-edited with Jacint Jordana) and Governance (Varieties of Regulatory Capitalism).

Address & Contact Information

Department of Political Science & The Federmann School of Public Policy & Government
The Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Israel, 91905
Tele:   972-2-5883259 (poli-sci); 972-2-5880498 (pub-policy)   Fax:972-2-5880047:
Email:  levifaur at


Publications and Work in Progress, including access for most of the papers

Curriculum Vitae

Selected publications according to topic

Regulation and & Governance Research and Projects

The Jerusalem Forum on Regulation and Governance [Hebrew, HUJI]

Founding Editor Regulation & Governance

Co-chair ECPR standing group on regulatory governance

Editor, Oxford Handbook of Goverance, Forthcoming Oxord University Press, 2010.

Editor, Handbook of the Politics of Regulation, Forthcoming, Edward Elgar, 2010.

My course on Regulation, Governance and Governability [Hebrew, HUJI]


OnLine course on comparative methods

University of Haifa's Forum on Research Mehods

Thesis and Dissertation Workshop

My papers on comparative research designs

Levi-Faur, David, Comparative Research Designs in the Study of Regulation: How to Increase the Number of Cases without Compromising the Strengths of Case-Oriented Analysis, In: Jacint Jordana and Levi-Faur David (Eds), The Politics of Regulation, Elgar and the Centre on Regulation and Competition, University of Manchester.

Levi-Faur, David, A Question of Size?: A Heuristic for Stepwise Comparative Research Design In: RIHOUX, Benoמt and GRIMM, Heike (Eds) Innovative Comparative Methods for Policy Analysis, New York, Springer/Kluwer, 2006, pp.43-66.

Levi-Faur, David Varieties of Regulatory Capitalism: Getting the Most of the Comparative Method, Governance, 2006, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 367-382.

Friedrich List and the Political Economy of the Nation State

Levi-Faur, David Friedrich List and the Political Economy of the Nation-State, Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 4, 1997, pp. 154-178.

Levi-Faur, David, Economic Nationalism: From Friedrich List to Robert Reich, Review of International Studies, Vol. 23, 1997, pp. 359-370.

Rethinking the PhD Projects

The Annual Graduate Conference

The Annual International Graduate Student Conference in Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy

Limud BeChevruta

Limud BeChevruta, HUJI

The Graduate Program: Faculty of the Social Sciences

Graduate Program at the Faculty of the Social Sciences, HUJI

Minerva Email List, Social Sciences Phd, HUJI

Department of Political Science PhD

Political Science Phd Students Forum, HUJI

Phd Studnets Workshop, HUJI

Political Science Phd Students, Email List, HUJI



ISEF PhD Students Email List


Theories of Public Policy

Democracy and Public Policy in the European Union

Thesis Workshop

Regulation, Governance and Governability

PhD Workshop

Professional Activities



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