Shenhav-Shahrabani Yehouda and Mendel Yonatan (2019) “From the Neoclassical to the Binational Model of Translation“. Journal of Levantine Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 2, pp: 5-21.
Shenhav-Shahrabani Yehouda (2019) “The Neoclassical Bias in Translation“. Journal of Levantine Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 1, pp: 5-18.
Shenhav Yehouda (2018) “The Palestinian Nabka and the Arab-Jewish Melancholy: An Essay on Sovereignty and Translation” In Ginsburg, Shai., Land Martin and Boyarin Jonathan (Eds.), Jews and the end of theory (pp. 48-64). New York: Fordham University Press.
Shenhav Yehouda (2013) “Beyond ‘instrumental rationality’: Lord Cromer and the imperial roots of Eichmann’s bureaucracy”. Journal of Genocide Research, Vol. 15, Issue 4, pp: 379-399.
Shenhav Yehouda and Hannan Hever (2012) “Arab Jews after Structuralism: Zionist discourse and the (de)formation of an Ethnic Identity”. Social Identities, Vol. 18, Issue 1, pp. 99-116 .
Kalev Alexandra, Yehouda Shenhav and David De-Vries. (2008) “The State, the labor process and the diffusion of managerial models” Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 53, pp. 1-28.
Shenhav Yehouda (2007) “Modernity and the hybridization of nationalism and religion: Zionism and the Jews of the Middle East” Theory & Society. Vol. 36, pp. 1-30.
Michal Frenkel and Yehouda Shenhav. (2006) “From Binarism back to Hybridity: A Postcolonial Reading of Management and Organization Studies”. Organization Studies, Vol. 27, Issue 6, pp. 855-876.
Frenkel Michal and Yehouda Shenhav (2003) “From Americanization to Colonization: The Diffusion of Productivity Models Revisited”. Organization Studies, Vol. 24, Issue 9, pp. 1537-1562
Shenhav Yehouda (2003) “The cloak, the cage and the fog of sanctity: The Zionist mission and the role of religion among Jews in the Middle East”. Nations and Nationalism, Vol. 9, Issue 4, pp. 497-515.
Shenhav Yehouda (2002) “The phenomenology of colonialism and the politics of ‘difference’: European Zionist emissaries and Arab-Jews in colonial Abadan”. Social Identities, Vol. 8, Issue 4, pp. 1-23.
Shenhav Yehouda (2002) “Ethnicity and national memory: World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC)”. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 29, pp. 25-55.
Saporta Itzhak and Yehouda Shenhav (2001) “Management systems, strikes and the coverage of ‘labor unrest’ in engineering literature during the Progressive era”. Management Decision, Vol. 39, Issue 5, pp. 407-414.
Shenhav Yehouda and Nadav Gabay (2001) “Managing political Conflicts: The sociology of state commisions of inquiry in Israel” Israel Studies, 6: 126-156. An earlier version was published as “Eros and Instrumentalization: The sociology of statehood investigation committees”. Israeli Sociology, Vol. 3, pp. 241-275.
Weitz Ely and Yehouda Shenhav (2000) “Longitudinal analysis of technical and organizational uncertainty in management theory”. Organization Studies, Vol. 21, pp. 243-266
Shenhav Yehouda and Ely Weitz (2000) “The roots of uncertainty in organizations: An historical constructivist Analysis”. Organization, Vol. 7, pp. 373-401. (Reprinted in Stewart R. Clegg. SAGE Directions in Organization Studies. London: Sage Publications. 2009).
Shenhav Yehouda (2000) “What do Palestinians and Jews-from-Arab-Lands have in common? Nationalism and ethnicity examined through the compensation question”. Hagar : An International Social Science Review. Vol. 1, pp. 71-110. (an extended version of a paper published previously in IJMES).
Shenhav Yehouda (1999) “The Jews of Iraq, Zionist ideology, and the property of the Palestinian refugees of 1948: An anomaly of national accounting”. International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 31, pp. 605-630.
Frenkel Michal, Yehouda Shenhav and Hanna Herzog (1997) “The political embeddedness of managerial ideologies in pre-state Israel: The case of PPL 1920-1948” Journal of Management History, 3: 120-144.
Shenhav Yehouda (1995) “From chaos to systems: The engineering Foundations of organization theory, 1877-1932”. Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 40, pp. 557-585. For Spanish see: Del caos a los sistemas: los fundamentos de ingeniería en la teoría de la organización, 1879-19321
Shenhav Yehouda, Wesley Shrum and Sigal Alon (1994) “Goodness concepts in the study of organizations: A longitudinal survey of four leading journals”. Organization Studies, Vol. 15, pp. 753-776.
Shenhav Yehouda (1994) “Manufacturing uncertainty and uncertainty in manufacturing: Managerial discourse and the rhetoric of organization theory”. Science in Context, Vol. 7, pp. 275-305.
Shenhav Yehouda (1992) “The entrance of blacks and women into managerial positions in science and engineering occupations: A longitudinal analysis”. Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 35, pp. 889-901 (Recipient of the Dorothy Harlow Award for Excellence in Research).
Shenhav Yehouda and Yitchak Haberfeld (1992) “Organizational demography and inequality”. Social Forces, Vol. 71, pp. 123-143.
Shenhav Yehouda and Yitchak Haberfeld (1992) “Paradigm uncertainty, gender composition and earning inequality in scientific disciplines: A longitudinal study 1972-1982”. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 10, pp. 141-172.
Shenhav Yehouda (1992) “The social construction of labor productivity”. Annual of Labor Law, Vol. 3, pp. 195-212.
Lewin-Epstein Noah and Yehouda Shenhav (1992) “Unemployment and quit rates in a temporary help firm: An examination using event history analysis”. Megamot, 34: 429-441.
Shenhav Yehouda and David Kamens (1991) “The ‘costs’ of institutional isomorphism: Science in non-Western countries”. Social Studies of Science, Vol. 21, pp. 527-545.
Shenhav Yehouda (1991) “Expected managerial careers within growing and declining R&D establishments”. Work and Occupations, Vol. 18, pp. 46-71.
Shenhav Yehouda (1991) “An organizational perspective to stratification: Women in the Israeli professoriate, 1966-1988”. Megamot, Vol. 34, pp. 77-99.
Haberfeld Yitchak and Yehouda Shenhav (1990) “Are women and black scientists closing the gap? A longitudinal study of discrimination in American science during the 70s and the 80s”. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 44, pp. 68-82.
Shenhav Yehouda and Yitchak Haberfeld (1990) “Trends in gender and ethnic based discrimination in Israeli science: 1972 and 1983”. Megamot, Vol. 33, pp. 72-91.
Shenhav Yehouda, Yitchak Haberfeld and Bernard Cohen (1989) “Contextual analysis of team productivity in the R&D industry”. Scientometrics, Vol. 17, pp. 369-382.
Shenhav Yehouda, Tormod Lunde and Albert Goldberg (1989) “External effects on research endeavor: Conceptual framework and empirical examination”. Human Relations, Vol. 42, pp. 403-442.
Semyonov Moshe and Yehouda Shenhav (1988) “Investment dependence, economic development and female employment opportunities in less developed countries”. Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 69, pp. 961-978.
Shenhav Yehouda and Yitchak Haberfeld (1988) “The various faces of scientific productivity: A contingency analysis”. Quality and Quantity, Vol. 22, pp. 365-380.
Shenhav Yehouda and Yitchak Haberfeld (1988) “Scientists in organizations: Discrimination processes in an internal labor market”. The Sociological Quarterly, Vol. 29, pp. 451-463 (Reprinted in The Sociology of Women in Israel, Studies in Israeli Society, Vol. 6; Also reprinted in Stratification in Israel, Studies in Israeli Society).
Shenhav Yehouda (1988) “Abandoning the research bench: Individual, Organizational and environmental accounts”. Work and Occupations, Vol. 15, pp. 5-23.
Shenhav Yehouda (1987) “Science in LDC’s: Connectedness vs. universalism”. Science and Technology Studies, Vol. 5, pp. 124-125.
Haberfeld Yitchak and Yehouda Shenhav (1987) “Gender-based wage discrimination or level of analysis? Aggregated vs. organizational data”. Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol. 47, pp. 364-369 (Recipient of the Dorothy Harlow Best Competitive Paper Award).
Shenhav Yehouda (1986) “Dependency and compliance in academic research infrastructures”. Sociological Perspectives, Vol. 29, pp. 29-51 (Recepient of the PSA Annual Distinguished Student Paper Award).
Goldberg Albert and Yehouda Shenhav (1984) “R&D career paths: Their relation to work goals and productivity”. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 31, pp. 111-117.