Dr. Elyakim Kislev
Assistant professor, Federman School of Public Policy
and Government, The Hebrew University
Dr. Elayakim Kislev Research Interests are Education policy, immigration policy, family policy, identity, minorities, and multiculturalism, and he teaches Policy Analysis; Globalization, Immigration, and Policy; Global and Comparative Policy.
- Kislev, E. (2016). The Effect of Education Policies on Higher-Education Attainment of Immigrants in Western Europe: A Cross-Classified Multilevel Analysis. Journal of European Social Policy. 26(2):183-199
- Kislev, E. (2015) The Transnational Effect of Multicultural Policies on Migrants' Identification: The Case of The Israeli Diaspora in The USA Global Networks.15(1):118-139.
- Kislev, E. (2015). The Use of Participant-Observers in Group Therapy: A Critical Exploration in Light of Foucauldian Theory. Group. 39(1):9-24.
- Kislev, E. (2014) The Effect of Minority/Majority Origins on Immigrants’ Integration. Social Forces. 92(4):1457-1486.
- Kislev, E. (2012) Components of Intercultural Identity: Towards an Effective Integration Policy. Journal of Intercultural Education 23(3):221-235.
- Kislev, E. (Forthcoming). New Trends and Patterns in Western European Immigration to the US: Linking European and American Databases. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
- Kislev, E. (Forthcoming). Deciphering the ‘Ethnic Penalty’ of Immigrants in Western Europe: A Cross-Classified Multilevel Analysis. Social Indicators Research.
- Kislev, E. (Forthcoming). Vision and Leadership in Professions of Human Development: Selected Writings (in English and Hebrew). Cleveland, OH and Jerusalem: Mandel Institute.
- Deutsch, H., Kislev, E., & Lau, B. (2010.). Through Justice I will See Your Face: Poor and Poverty between Support and Growth (in Hebrew). Jerusalem: Yediot, Bet Morasha.
- Chapters in Collections
- Kislev, E. (2012). The Importance of Minority/Majority Origins in Diasporas' Research: The Israeli Case. Pp. 39-52. In Allyson, Eamer [Ed] Border Terrains: World Diasporas in the 21st Century.Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
- Kislev, E. (2010). Employment conditions from a biblical perspective. Pp. 226-240. In H. Deutsch, E. Kislev, & B. Lau, (Eds.), Through Justice I will See Your Face: Poor and Poverty between Support and Growth.(in Hebrew) Jerusalem: Yediot, Bet Morasha.