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					       Zehava Rosenblatt, October 29, 2009


Dissertation title: “Cutback strategies and organizational processes in decline,” Hebrew, 350
       pages, March 1991, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa.
       Supervised by Professor Bilha Mannheim.


   1. Greenhalgh, L. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1984). “Job insecurity: Toward conceptual clarity”.
      Academy of Management Review, 9(3), 438-448 (also appeared as a chapter in:
       K.S. Cameron, R.I. Sutton & D.A. Whetten, Eds., Readings in organizational
       decline, Cambridge, MA: Ballinger).

   2. Rosenblatt, Z., Rogers, K.S., & Nord, W.R. (1993). “Toward a political
      framework for flexible management of decline.” Organization Science, 4(1), 76-

   3. Rosenblatt, Z. & Mannheim, B. (1996). “Workforce cutback decisions of Israeli
      managers: A test of a strategic model.” International Journal of Human Resource
      Management, 7(2), 437-454.

   4. Rosenblatt, Z. & Mannheim, B. (1996). “Organizational response to decline in the
      Israeli electronics industry.” Organization Studies , 17(6), 953-984.

   5. A. Rosenblatt, Z. & Ruvio, A. (1996). “A test of a multi-dimensional model of job
      insecurity: The case of Israeli teachers.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, 17,
      b. Rosenblatt, Z. & Ruvio, A. (2000), “Job insecurity among secondary schoolteachers in
      Israel: A multidimensional approach.” Megamot – Behavioral Sciences Quarterly

   6. Sheaffer, Z. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1996). “Organizational decline and downsizing.”
      The Economic Quarterly, February, 43(4), 734-748 (Hebrew).

   7. Rosenblatt, Z. (1997). “Workforce flexibility in secondary education: A pilot
      study.” Studies in Educational Administration and Organization, 21, 5-30
8. Sheaffer, Z., Richardson, B. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1998). “Causes of organizational
   crises applied to the Barings collapse.” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis
   Management, 6(1), 1-22.

9. Rosenblatt, Z. & Somech, A. (1998). “Work behavior of Israeli elementary-school
   principals: Expectations vs. reality.” Educational Administration Quarterly,
   34(4), 505-532.

10. Munson, C.L., Rosenblatt, M.J. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1999). “The use and abuse of
    power in supply chains.” Business Horizons, January-February, 42(1), 55-65.

11. Ruvio, A. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1999). “Job insecurity of Israeli secondary-school
    teachers: Sectoral effects.” Journal of Educational Administration, 37(2), 139-

12. Rosenblatt, Z. & Nord, W.R. (1999). “Participative decision making as a strategic
    response to decline: Flexibility, rigidity, or a mixture?” Journal of Contingencies
    and Crisis Management, 7(2), 63-75.

13. Rosenblatt, Z., Talmud, I. & Ruvio, A. (1999). “A gender-based framework of the
    experience of job insecurity and its effects on work attitudes of Israeli schoolteachers.”
    The European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 8(2), 197-217.

14. a. Rosenblatt, Z. & Inbal, B. (1999). “The effect of skill flexibility on work attitudes and
    performance: The case of secondary school teachers.” Journal of Educational
    Administration, 37,(4), 345-366.
    b. Inbal, B. & Rosenblatt, Z. (1998). “The effect of teachers’ skill flexibility on work
           attitudes, work performance and absenteeism.” Studies in Educational
    Administration and Organization (Hebrew), 22, 57-86.

15. Rosenblatt, Z. (2000). “Skill flexibility of Israeli teachers in the framework of school
    change: A comparative study”. Studies in Education Administration and Organization,
    24, 7-26 (Hebrew).

16. Rosenblatt, Z. & Sheaffer, Z. (2001). “Brain drain in declining organizations: Toward a
    research agenda”. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 1, 409-424.

17. Rosenblatt, Z. (2001). “Teachers' multiple roles and skill flexibility: Effects on work
    attitudes.” Educational Administration Quarterly, 37, 5, 684-708.

18. Rosenblatt, Z. & Sheaffer, Z. (2002). “The effect of crisis-triggered demographic
    depletion on organizational change: The case of multidimensional crisis in Israeli
    kibbutzim.” Journal of Contingengies and Crisis Management, 10, 1, 26-38.

19. *a. Rosenblatt, Z. & Shimoni, O. (2002). “Teachers’ accountability: An experimental
    field study in physical education”. Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education, 15,
    4, 309-328.
    b. Rosenblatt, Z. & Shimoni, O. (2002). “Teachers’ accountability: An experimental
field      study in physical education”. Iyunim Bechinuch, 5, 1, 229-256 (Hebrew).

20. *a.Rosenblatt, Z. & Peled, D. (2002). “The effect of school ethical climate on
     parental involvement in school”. Journal of Educational Administration, 40,
21. b. Rosenblatt, Z. & Peled, D. (2003). “The effect of school ethical climate on
     parental involvement in school”. Discussions in Educational Administration
    and Education (Iyunim Be’minhal U’ve’irgun Ha’chinuh), (Hebrew).

22. *Shapira, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2003). “How can lateness and absenteeism be
    explained in the framework of organizational ethical environment”? Mash’abe
    Enosh (Human resources), Dec. 44-49 (Hebrew)

23. *Rosenblatt, Z. (2004). “Skill flexibility and school change: A multi-national
    study”. Journal of Educational Change, 5, 1-30.

24. *Rosenblatt, Z. & Shirom, A. (2005). “Predicting teacher absenteeism by personal
     background factors”. Journal of Educational Administration, 43,2, 209-225.

25. *Rosenblatt. Z. & Shirom, A. (2006). “The effects of organizational-level characteristics
    on the absence behavior of school administrators: A multi-level analysis”. Educational
    Administration Quarterly, 42, 3, 361-384.

26. *Shirom, A. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2006). “Does promotion affect absenteeism: A panel study
    of the effect of supervisory positions and promotion in the teaching profession”. Journal
    of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, 79, 623-644.

27. *Peretz, H. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2006). “The role of national values in organizational
    training: A comparative study in 16 countries”. In: Mark Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of
    the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

28. *Rosenbaltt, Z. & Shirom, A. (7002). “Teacher absenteeism in Israel: Personal and
    Organizational determinants”. Megamot (Hebrew), 45, 2, 301-329.

29. * Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2009). “Perceptions of organizational ethics
    as predictors of work absence: A test of alternative absence measures”. Journal of
    Business Ethics, 88, 4, 717-735. DOI 10.1007/s10551-008-9977-8.

     30. *Greenhalgh, L. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2010). “Evolution of research on job insecurity”.
         International Studies on Management and Organization, 40, 1.

     31. * Rosenblatt, Z., Shirom, A. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). “An organizational ethics
         perspective of work absence in Israel: The case of school teachers”. Human Resource
         Management Review. doi:10.1016/j.hrmr.2009.08.006

     32. * Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (forthcoming). “Employees’ perceptions of
         organizational ethics and their intent to leave: An integrative approach”. Educational
         Administration Quarterly, 5, 45.

     33. *Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z.. (forthcoming).“Formal ethical climate and
         voluntary absence: The mediation effect of organizational commitment”. Journal of
         Educational Administration, Vol.48.

     34. *Peretz, H. & Rosenblatt, Z. (forthcoming) “The Role of national practical values in
         organizational training: A comparative study in 21 countries”. Journal of Cross-cultural
         Psychology (Acceptance July 19, 2009).


1.      Rosenblatt, Z. & Sheaffer, Z. (2000). “Ethics and social responsibility in
        organizational downsizing.” in D. Israeli and N. Zohar (Eds.), Ethics and social
        responsibility in Israel, pp. 219-244. Tel Aviv: Cherikover (Hebrew)

2.      Rosenblatt, Z. & Sheaffer, Z. (2000). “Ethical problems in organizational
        downsizing.” Ch. 8 in: R.J. Burke & C. Cooper (Eds.), The organization in crisis:
        Downsizing, restructuring and privatization, pp. 132-150. Malder, MA:

3.      *Rosenblatt, Z. & Kremer-Hayon, L. (2004). “The impact of change on teachers’
        work life: The Israeli experience”. In P. Poppleton, A. Menlo & Williamson, J.
        (Eds), New Realities of Teachers’ Work Lives. Oxford, UK., Symposium Books,
        pp. 139-153.
  4. *Menlo, A., Collet, L. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2004). “A statistical analysis of the data
     base for comparative purposes”. In P. Poppleton, A. Menlo & Williamson, J.
     (Eds), New Realities of Teachers’ Work Lives. Oxford, UK., Symposium Books.


  1. *Shapira-Lishchinski, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2008). Ethical climate and voluntary
     absence: The mediation effect of Organizational commitment. Academy of Management
     Best Papers Proceedings.


  1.     Rosenblatt, Z. & Shirom, A. (2003). “Teachers absenteeism in Israel”. Submitted to
         the Chief Scientist in the Department of Education, State of Israel, Jerusalem.

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