Kedar, Orit, Liran Harsgor and Or Tuttnauer. 2021. “Permissibility of Electoral Systems: A New Look at an Old Question”. Journal of Politics 83(2) [Publisher’s version]
Harsgor, Liran, Reut Itzkovich Malka and Odelia Oshri. 2020. “Politics of Recognition and Redistribution: The Effect of Feminist Consciousness on Vote Choice”. In Gender Gaps in Israeli Politics, Michal Shamir, Hanna Herzog and Naomi Chazan (eds.), Tel Aviv: Van Leer Institute Press and Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing Press, p. 87-114 [in Hebrew].
Harsgor, Liran. 2018. “The Partisan Gender Gap in the US: A Generational Replacement?”, Public Opinion Quarterly, 82(2): 231-251.
Eizenberg, Raz A. and Liran Harsgor. 2017. “Apples and Oranges: Putting Electoral Thresholds in Context”. In The Elections in Israel 2015, Michal Shamir and Gideon Rahat (eds.), New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, p. 47-69. [Hebrew version]
Kedar, Orit, Liran Harsgor and Raz A. Sheinerman. 2016. “Are Voters Equal Under Proportional Representation?” American Journal of Political Science, 60(3): 676-691.
“Risk Aversion and the Gender Gap in the Vote for Populist Radical Right Parties” (with Odelia Oshri, Reut Itzkovich Malka and Or Tuttnauer), under review
“Long-term Changes in Conflict Attitudes: A Dynamic Perspective” (with Alon Yakter), under review
Lavi, Liron, Clareta Treger, Naama Rivlin, Tamir Sheafer, Israel Waismel-Manor, Shaul Shenhav, Liran Harsgor, and Michal Shamir, “The Pitkinian Public: Representation in the Eyes of Citizens“, under review
“(In)Security during Formative Years: Long-Term Cohort Effects on Political Attitudes”
“Vote switching and Coalition-Directed Voting: A Panel Study of Repeat Elections” (with Reut Itzkovich Malka and Or Tuttnauer)
“Leader Evaluations, Party Identification and Turnout” (with Neil Nevitte)
Work in Progress
“Are Groups in Conflict Willing to Help the Other Side Under A Shared External Threat? Evidence from A Conjoint Experiment in Israel During COVID-19″ (with Alon Yakter)
“Generational Polarization: Assessing the Effect of Cohort and Party on Attitudes toward Foreign Policy” (with Amnon Cavari and Shlomo Egoz)