The Paradoxes of Gender Relations in Israel, Israel's Identity Politics: Recent Debates and Struggles, Israel in the Age of Globalization
Michal Frenkel is a Senior Lecturer at the department of Sociology and Anthropology, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2012-13 she is also an AICE Fellow at Smith College.
Her research focuses on the transformation of Israeli society in the age of globalization, with special emphasis on the transformation of gender, class and ethnic relations and state and organizational policies. Her empirical and theoretical publications, which appeared in top international and Israeli journals, have looked at the role of geopolitical and center-periphery power relations in the cross national transfer and translation of management practices within multinational corporations, and across national boundaries. Her recent work focuses on Work-Family balance policies in Israel, from a comparative and global point of view.