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Harsgor, L., R. Itzkovitch-Malka and O. Tuttnauer. 2022. “Do Coalition and Formateur Expectations Affect Vote Switching?”, European Political Science Review

Tuttnauer, O. and S. Wegmann. 2022. “Voting for Votes: Opposition Parties’ Legislative Activity and Electoral Outcomes”, American Political Science Review 

Tuttnauer, O. and G. Rahat. 2022. “Servants of Two (Or More) Masters: Accounting for the Complexity of Intraparty Candidate Selection Methods”, Party Politics.

Oshri, O., L. Harsgor, R. Itzkovitch-Malka and O. Tuttnauer. 2022. “Risk aversion and the gender gap in the vote for populist radical right parties“, American Journal of Political Science.

Louwerse, T., U. Sieberer, O. Tuttnauer, and R.B. Andeweg. 2021. “Opposition in Times of Crisis: COVID-19 in Parliamentary Debates”, West European Politics 44(5–6):1025–51.

Kedar, O., L. Harsgor and O. Tuttnauer. 2021. “Permissibility of Electoral Systems: A New Look at an Old Question,” The Journal of Politics 83(2):439-452 (JCR 2019 impact factor 2.658, ranked 29 of 180 in Political Science (Q1)).

Tuttnauer, O. and A. Friedman. 2020. “Unnatural Partners: Coalescence in Israeli Central and Local Government,” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 30(3):358-378 (Clarivate Emerging Sources Citation Index; SJR 2018 1.23, best quartile (Q1)).

Tuttnauer, O. 2020. Government-Opposition Relations in a Fragmented, Personalized, and Multidimensional Setting: The Case of Israel”, Party Politics 26(2):203-214 (JCR 2019 impact factor 2.817, ranked 26 of 180 in Political Science (Q1)).

Tuttnauer, O. 2018. “If You Can Beat Them, Confront Them: Party-Level Analysis of Opposition Behavior in European National Parliaments”, European Union Politics 19(2):278-298 (JCR 2018 Impact factor 2.600, ranked 30 out of 176 in Political Science (Q1)).

Tuttnauer, O. 2014 (in Hebrew) “Comparative Framework for Parliamentary Opposition Analysis: Israel as a Case Study“, Politika 23:73-104.


Tuttnauer, O. and C. Friedberg. 2021. “Israel: Party-centered Elections and a Personalized Parliament,” in Bäck, H., M. Debus and J.M. Fernandes (eds.), The Politics of Legislative Debate Around the World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 484-504.

Kenig, O. and O. Tuttnauer. 2017. “The Decline of the Large Mainstream Parties” in M. Shamir and G Rahat (eds.), The Elections in Israel 2015. London: Routledge.

Kenig, O., G. Rahat, and O. Tuttnauer. 2015. “Competitiveness of Party Leadership Selection Processes”, in W. Cross and J.B. Pilet (eds.), The Politics of Party Leadership: A Cross-National Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 50-72.

In G. Rahat, S. Barnea, C. Friedberg and O. Kenig (eds.) 2013 (in Hebrew). Reforming Israel’s Political System. Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv: Israel Democracy Institute and Am Oved –
– Barnea, S. and O. Tuttnauer, “Building Coalition Governments: Theoretical Discussion and Practical Consequences”
Tuttnauer, O. and M. Philippov, “Government Maintenance: How to Govern Together?”
Tuttnauer, O. “Government Durability”

Kenig, O., G. Rahat, M. Philippov and O. Tuttnauer. 2014 (in Hebrew). Giving Less for More: Members of Political Parties in Israel, Policy Paper 102. Jerusalem: Israel Democracy Institute.

Tuttnauer, O. 2013 (in Hebrew). The Role of the Opposition in the Knesset, Policy Paper 98. Jerusalem: Israel Democracy Institute.

Tuttnauer, O., 2016. Parliamentary Oppositions in Established Democracies: A Comparative Approach, European Forum at the Hebrew University Working Paper.