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.