Professor of Public Administration and Management, Political Science and Governance
With major expertise in Public Administration, Public Management, and Organizational Behavior Vigoda-Gadot is the author and coauthor of more than 170 articles and book chapters, 12 books and symposiums as well as many other scholarly presentations and working papers. Received his Ph.D. from the University of Haifa (1998) and spent time as a visiting professor in Britain (Chevening Scholarship), Ireland (National University-Cork - Department of Government), Canada (McGill University - Desautels Faculty of Management), the USA (University of Georgia- Department of Public Administration & Policy, Harvard Kennedy School - Ash Center for Democratic Governance & Innovation, University of Massachusetts, Boston - McCormack Center for Public Management), and Belgium (KU Leuven -Public Governance Institute).
Current research INTERESTS include:
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management in Public Administration; Organizational Politics; Political Behavior and Citizens' Role in Governance; Trust in Government; Public Sector Reforms and Performance; Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB); New Public Management (NPM); Democracy & Bureaucracy; Collaboration; Innovation in Public Administration; Statistics & Methodology in the Social Sciences