Research & Publications
Treger, Clareta. (2022). Before the Party Hijacks: The Limited Role of Party Cues in Appraisal of Low-Salience Policies. Experimental Evidence. Public Opinion Quarterly, 86(4), 955-967.
*Winner of the Best Paper in Social Science Award, The Center for the Study of the United States (CSUS) in Partnership with the Fulbright Program at Tel Aviv University.
Treger, Clareta. (2023). When Do People Accept Government Paternalism? Theory and Experimental Evidence. Regulation & Governance, 17(1), 195-214. [Replication materials] [Video abstract]
*Winner of the Best Paper by Young Researcher Award, ESPAnet - Israel.
*Winner of Junior Paper Award (Quantitative), ComplianceNet.
Lavi Liron, Naama Rivlin-Angert, Clareta Treger, Tamir Sheafer, Israel Waismel-Manor, and Michal Shamir. (2022). King Bibi: The Personification of Democratic Values in the 2019-2021 Election Cycle. In Shamir, Michal, and Rahat, Gideon. (eds.) The Elections in Israel 2019-2021. Routledge, pp. 77-98. [Hebrew version].
Changing the Lens: Enhancing analysis of conjoint experiments through marginal means and the rating outcome. SSRN pre-print is available here.
Democracy on the Ballot: Representation and Support for Democracy. with Liron Lavi, Naama Rivlin-Angert, Israel Waismel-Manor, and Michal Shamir. Revise & Resubmit.
The Pitkinian Public: Representation in the Eyes of the Citizens. with Liron Lavi, Naama Rivlin-Angert, Tamir Sheafer, Israel Waismel-Manor, Shaul Shenhav, Liran Harsgor, and Michal Shamir. SSRN pre-print is available here.
How Does Personal Experience with COVID-19 Shape Attitudes Towards Government Coercion? Evidence from Israel.
Cultural Differences in Public Support for Government Paternalism. Evidence from Israel and the United States.
The Welfarist Effect of a Global Pandemic: Rethinking Socio-Economic Preferences, with Gal Bitton.
Personality Traits and Support for State Intervention: Evidence from Five Countries, with Alon Yakter and Lior Sheffer.
The Role of Issue Partisanship and Party Cues in Voter Decision-making, PEARL Lab project.