Dr. Neta Sher-Hadar

Faculty Member

Dr. Neta Sher-Hadar is a lecturer in administration and public policy and is in charge of policy studies at the Mandel School for Educational Leadership. She is also responsible for the School’s elective studies, evaluation processes, and digital learning. Her areas of teaching and research include policy implementation, policy failures, policy analysis, public administration reforms, and public auditing, and her research has been published in journals in these fields. Neta’s work at the School also includes research on the engagement between theory and practice in public policy. Neta is the co-editor of Collaborative Governance: Theory and Lessons from Israel (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021) with Dr. Lihi Lahat and Professor Itzhak Galnoor. From 2015-2018 she was the academic co-director of a research study on collaborative governance at the Yaakov Chazan Center for Social Justice and Democracy at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. Today she is also a faculty member in the department of public policy and administration at Sapir Academic College.