De Vries, David and Omri Pelerman. “Sweets and Power in Palestine: A Micro History of Rape Allegation in World War 2,Law, Society & Culture, 5, 2022, 549-574. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “׳The Bastard is Rendered Kosher’: Diamonds, War and the Legitimization of Private Capital in British-Ruled Palestine,” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, 38, 3, 2020, 70-101.

De Vries, David. “׳Capitalist Nationalism and Zionist State-Building, 1920s-1950s: Chocolate and Diamonds in Mandate Palestine and Israel,” Journal of Modern European History, 18, 1, 2020, 48-62.

De Vries, David. “Politics and Business in the History of a False Teeth Company, 1880s–1950s,” Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty, 9, 2, 2018, 213-234.

Nissim, Gadi and David De Vries. “Rhetoric of Decline in a Neo-Liberal Context: Workers’ Committees and the Decline of Labor in Contemporary Israel,” Israel Studies, 22, 1, 2017, 165-188.

Pfefferman, Talia and David De Vries. “Gendering Access to Credit: Business Legitimacy in Mandate Palestine,” Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History, 16, 3, 2015, 580-610.

Nissim, Gadi and David De Vries. “Permanent Liminality: The Impact of Non-Standard Forms of Employment on Workers’ Committees in Israel,” International Labor Review, 153, 3, 2014, 435–454.

De Vries, David. “From Porcelain to Plastic: Politics and Business in a Relocated False Teeth Company, 1880s-1950s,Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History, 14, 1, 2013, 144-181.

De Vries, David. “Adamant and Multifaceted: Diamond Workers’ Strikes in World War II Palestine,” Workers of the World: International Journal on Strikes and Social Conflict, I, 2, 2013, 215-229.

De Vries, David. “On Relevance and Limits: Discussion of William J. Mello, New York Longshoremen: Class and Power on the Docks, 2010,” International Journal of Maritime History, 23, 1, 2011. 303-308.

Kalev, Alexandra, Yehuda Shenhav and David De Vries. “The State, the Labor Process, and the Diffusion of Managerial Models,” Administrative Science Quarterly, 53, 2008, 1-28.

De Vries, David. “British Rule and Arab-Jewish Coalescence of Interest: The 1946 Civil Servants Strike in Palestine,” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 36, 4, 2004, 613-638.

De Vries, David. “Drawing the Repertoire of Collective Action: Labor Zionism and Strikes in 1920s Palestine,” Middle Eastern Studies, 38, 3, 2002, 93-122.

De Vries, David and Yoav Vardi. “The Bank-Shares Regulation Affairs and Illegality in Israeli Society: A Theoretical Perspective of Unethical Managerial Behavior,” Israel Affairs, 8, 1-2, 2002, 226-252.

De Vries, David. “Abba Hushi and Labor’s Images of Urban Power at the Turn of the 1920s,” Yahadut Zemanenu, 14, 2001, 225-261. [In Hebrew].

Bar-On, Shani and David De Vries. “’In the Procrustean Bed of Professionalism’: Lawyers and the Making of the Histadrut Workers’ Tribunals in 1920s-1930s Palestine,” Labor, Society and Law, 8, 2001, 15-42. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “The Making of Labor Zionism as a Moral Community: Workers’ Tribunals in 1920s Palestine,” Labor History Review, 65, 2, 2000, 139-165.

De Vries, David and Eldad Shalem. “Dependence on the State and the Crisis of the Kibbutz: The System of Concentrated Credit in the 1960s and 1970s,” Journal of Rural Cooperation, 7, 2, 1999, 87-106.

De Vries, David. “Productive Clerks: White-Collar Productivism and State-Building in Palestine’s Jewish Community, 1920-1950,” International Review of Social History, 42, 2, 1997, 187-218.

De Vries, David. “National Construction of Occupational Identity: Jewish Clerks in British-Ruled Palestine,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39, 2, 1997, 373-400.

De Vries, David. “Jewish Clerks,” Teoria Ubikoret, 9, 1996, 41-60. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “Proletarianization and National Segregation: Haifa in the 1920s,” Middle Eastern Studies, 30, 4, 1994, 860-882.

De Vries, David. “Work and Authority Struggles among Industrial Workers in Palestine: The Workers of the Nesher Cement Factory in the 1920s,” Yahadut Zemanenu, 8, 1993, 177-215. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “The Workers of Haifa during the 1923 Crisis: Tension between Leadership and Rank-and-File, and the Molding of Bureaucratic Idealism in the Labor Movement in Palestine,” Ha-Tsionut, 17, 1993, 117-153. [In Hebrew].