(a) Authored Books
1. Filc D., Hegemony and Populism in Israel, Tel Aviv: Resling 2006 (Hebrew) 260 pages.
2. Filc D., Circles of Exclusion: The Politics of Health Care in Israel, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2009, 187 pages.
Reviewed in JAMA 2009 302 (24).
Comparative Labor, Law and Policy Journal 32 (1)
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 201226(4)
3. Filc D., The Political Right in Israel: The Many Faces of Jewish Populism,London:Routledge, 2010 168 pages.
4. Filc D., Comics, Popular Culture and Ideology, Tel Aviv: Resling (Hebrew), 2017, 178 pages.
(b) Editorship of Collective Volumes
1. Filc D. and Ram U., The Power of Property: Israel in the Globalization Age, Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute, 2004 (Hebrew) 319 pages.
2. Filc D., Bodies and Borders, Special Issue of Hagar, 2006 136 pages.
3. Boas H., Davidovich N., Filc D., Hashiloni Y. and Lavi S., Bioethics in Israel: Legal, Political and Empirical Analysis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2018.
(c) Chapters in collective volumes –
1. Filc D., “Commodification of Health Care”, in Ofir A. and Peled Y., Civil Society in Israel, HakibbutzHamehuhad, 2001 pp. 172- 194 (Hebrew).
2. Filc D., “The Neo-liberal Project and Privatization Processes in the Health Care System”, in Mautner M. Distributional Justice in Israel, Ramot, 2004 pp. 373-389 (Hebrew).
3. Filc D., “Israel, a Post-Fordist Society”, in Filc D. and Ram U., The Power of Property: Israel in the Globalization Age, Van Leer Institute Pub, 2004 pp. 34-56 (Hebrew).
4. Filc D., “Social Citizenship in the Neo-liberal Age: the Case of Health Services”, in Kemp A., Newman D. and Ram U., Israelis in Conflict: Hegemonies, Identities and Challenges, Sussex University Press, 2004 pp. 98-115.
5. Filc D., "Hegemony as the Successful Articulation of Subject Positions", critical introduction in the Hebrew edition of Laclau E. and Mouffe C., Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, Riesling, 2004 pp. 7-26 (Hebrew).
6. Filc D., "A Future for Socialism?", in Rozenthal R. (ed) An Israeli Agenda, Keter: Tel Aviv, 2005, (Hebrew) pp. 216-226.
7. Filc D. and Ziv Hadas, “Exception as the Norm and the Fiction of Sovereignty: The Lack of the Right to Health Care in the Occupied Territories”, in Parry J. (ed). Law, Evil and the State,Rodopi Publishers, 2005 pp. 71-86.
A different version was published as
Filc D. and Ziv H., “The State of Exception and Palestinian’s Access to Health Care Services”, in Madeyra J. and Gozaydin I. (eds), Evil Law and the State: Issues in State Power and Violence, Probing the Boundaries ebook, 2005 pp. 142-149.
8. Filc D., “Inclusive and Exclusionary Populism”, in Marczewzka-Rytko (ed), Populism, 2005 pp. 33-45.
9. Filc D., "Socialism and Marxism", in Berkowitz N. and Ram U. (eds), Equality/Inequality, Ben Gurion University Press, 2006 (Heb.) pp. 114-118.
10. Filc D. and Davidovitch N., "The Development of Health Care Services for Migrant Workers: a Comparative Analysis", in Willen S. (ed), Migrant Workers in Israel: a Comparative Perspective, Lexington Books, 2007 pp. 103-122.
11. Filc D., "The Limitations of the Rawlsian Foundation of the Right to Health", in Hayd D. and Attas D. (eds), John Rawls and his Legacy, Magnes, 2007 pp. 150-165 (Hebrew).
12. Filc D., "The Israeli Political System", in Grabow K. KAF Democracy Report 2007: Parties and Political Participation, Konrad Adenauer Fund, 2007 pp. 318-332.
13. Filc D., "Populism as Counter hegemony: The Israeli Case", in Schwarmantell J. and McNally M. (eds), Gramsci and International Politics, Routledge, 2009 pp. 119-134.
14. Gordon N. and Filc D., “The Destruction of Risk Society and the Ascendancy of Hamas,” in Adi Ophir, Sari Hanfi, and Michal Givoni, eds. The Book of the Occupation, New York: Zone Books, 2009 pp. 457-486.
A different version was published as
Gordon N. and Filc D., “Annihilating the Logic of Risk: Israel’s Military Occupation and the Ascendancy of Hamas,” in John C. Welchman, ed. The Aesthetics of Risk, Los Angles: JRP Ringier, 2008 pp. 81-112.
15. Aviles L. and Filc D, "A Critical Perspective on Evidence Based Public Health Policy: Analyzing Assumptions, Recommending Warnings", in Collins J. (ed) Identifying and Assessing Evidence-Based Public Health, University of Chicago Press, 2011 24 pages.
16. Filc D., "Neo-liberalism and Crisis of Representation: The Case of Israel", in Herman T. Politics of Anti-Politics, Jerusalem: IDI (2012) 21 pages.
17. Gottlieb N. Filc D. and Davidovich N., 2012, Migrants' Access to Health Care, State Responsibility and NGOs roles in an Era of Neo-liberal Globalization, in Ingleby, Chiarenza, Deville and Kotzioni (eds) Inequalities in Health Care for Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities, Antwerp: Garant Publishers
18. Filc D., 2016, We Are also the (Chosen) People, You are Not, in Marzouki N., McDonnell D. and Olivier R., Saving the People,London: Hurst Publications
19. Filc D., 2017, Republican Egalitarian Bioethics, in Boas H., Hashiloni-Dolev Y., Davidovich N., Filc D. and Lavi Shai, Bioethics in Israel: Legal, Political and Empirical Analysis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
20. Filc D., 2017, "Political Radicalization in Israel: From a Populist Habitus to Radical Right Populism in Government”, in Steiner K. and Onnerfors A. (eds.), Expressions of Radicalization, London: Palgrave MacMillan
21. Filc D. and Davidovich N., 2018, A Republican Egalitarian Approach to the Medical Encounter, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing, Oxford: Oxford University Press
22. Filc D., Transformation and Commodification of Health Care Services: The Case of Israel, in Fuchs A., Mandelkern R. and Galnoor Y. (eds), The Privatization of Israel: The Withdrawal of State Responsibility, London: Palgrave-Macmillan
23. Filc D., 2018, Populism in the Middle East, in De la Torre Carlos, Handbook on Global Populism, London: Routledge (forthcoming, December 2018)
(d) Refereed articles and refereed letters in scientific journals - running numbers
(Citations, journal, impact factor (IF), journal ranking (JR, e.g., 13/87), quartile (Q1, etc.). According to ISI (except when specified).
1. Filc D. (PI), “The Commodification of Health: the Israeli Health Care System, Between State, Civil Society and the Market”, Theory and Critique 1995 6: 1-18, 1995. N/A
2. Filc D. (PI), “From Populism to Post-populism”, Theory and Critique, 1997 9 (Hebrew). N/A
3. Khenin D.(PI) and Filc D. (PI), “The Sailors Strike”, Theory and Critique, 1999 ’50 to 48’ special issue: 89-99, (Hebrew).
4. Amzel Sh.(PI), Ora M. (PI), Balint A.(C), Filc D. (C) and Tauri N.(C), “Anemia Prevention Policies and Socio-economic Status”, 2002 Pediatrics, 110 (2): 410-411. (Impact Factor ISI 5.297, 2/118, Q1
5. Filc D. (PI), “Post-Fordism's contradictory trends: the case of the Israeli health care system”, Journal of Social Policy, 2004, 33(3): 417-436. (Citations ISI:5 Google Scholar: 8 Impact Factor 1.632, 5/40, Q1)
6. Filc D. (PI), “The Medical Text: Between Biomedicine and Hegemony”, Social Science and Medicine, 2004 59(6): 1275-85. (Citations ISI:13 Google Scholar: 52 Impact Factor 2.558, 5/39, Q1).
7. Filc D. (PI) and Davidovitch N. (PI), “Nation, Citizenship and the Right to Health Care: the Case of Migrant Workers in Israel”, Social Theory and Health, 2005 3 (1): 1-15. (Citations ISI: N/A Google Scholar: 12 Impact Factor 0.953, 25/37, Q3).
8. Filc D. (PI) and Lebel U.(C), "The post-Oslo Israeli populist radical right in comparative perspective: leadership, voter characteristics and political discourse", Mediterranean Politics, 2005 10(1): 85-97. (Citations ISI:N/A Google Scholar:4 Impact Factor: 1.179, 42/157, Q2).
9. Filc D. (PI), “The Health Business Under Neoliberalism: the Case of Israel”, Critical Social Policy, 2005 25(2): 180-197. (Citations ISI: 12 Google Scholar: 26 Impact Factor 1.297, 15/93, Q1).
10. Gordon N. (PI) and Filc D. (PI), “Hamas and the Destruction of Risk Society,” Constellations, 12(4) 2005: 542-560. (Citations ISI:N/A Google Scholar 11, Journal Ranking and Q:N/A).
A shorter version reprinted in Spanish: Gordon N. and Filc D., “Hamas, Israel y la destruccion del futuro,” Papeles de Cuestiones Internacionales, 2006 93: 65-74.
11. Filc D. (PI), “Bodies at the check post: Sovereignty, borders and lack of access to health care services”, Hagar 6 (3) July 2006 99-116. (Citations ISI: N/A Google Scholar:1 Journal Ranking and Q: N/A).
12. Filc D. (PI), "Physicians as Organic Intellectuals: A Contribution to the Stratification vs. Deprofessionalization Debate", ActaSociologica, 2006, 49 (3):273-286. (Citations ISI: 2 Google Scholar:18 Impact Factor 0.977, 61/138 Q2).
13. Filc D. (PI), "Power in the primary care medical encounter: Domination, resistance and alliances", Social Theory and Health, 2006, 4(3):221-243. (Citations ISI: 4 Google Scholar: 11, Impact Factor 0.953, 25/37, Q3).
14. Davidovich N. (PI) and Filc D. (PI), "Evidence-Based Public Health and Evidence-Based Medicine: a Critical Perspective", Dynamis 2006 26: 287-306. (Citations ISI: 2 Google Scholar:9 Impact Factor 0.132, 40/42, Q4).
15. Filc D. (PI), “The Liberal Grounding of the Right to Health Care: An Egalitarian Critique”, Theoria 2007 111:51-72. (Citations Google Scholar:2 Journal Ranking and Q:N/A).
16. Filc D., The Commodification of Health Care Services: Right or Wrong?,MishpatVeAsakim 2007 6: 102-123 (Hebrew). N/A
17. Filc D. (PI), Law's Influence on the Commodification of Health Care Services' in Israel, 2009 MaaseiMishpat2:167-183 (Hebrew). N/A
18. Filc D. (PI), "Superman as a Populist Hero", Betzalel's Protocols of History and Theory, 2010 15:113-129 (Hebrew). N/A
19. Filc D. (PI), "Obstacles in Access to Health Care in Israel", International Journal of Health Services, 2010 40:699-717. (Citations ISI;N/A Google Scholar:3 Impact Factor 0.988, 57/70, Q4).
20. Filc D. (PI), "We Are the People (You Are Not): Populism in Israel", YunimbeTkumat Israel, 2010 No 20: 28-48 (Hebrew). N/A
21. Filc D. (PI), "Post-populism: Explaining Neo-liberal Populism through the Populist Habitus", Journal of Political Ideologies 2011 16:221-238. (Citations ISI:N/A Google Scholar:8, Journal Ranking and Q:N/A).
22. *Filc D. (PI), "Popular Sovereignty", Mafteakh: Lexical Review of Political Thought 2011 4 (Hebrew, on-line journal). N/A
23. *Gottlieb N. (S), Filc D. (PI) and Davidovich N. (PI), Medical Humanitarianism, Human Rights and Political Advocacy: The Case of the Israeli Open Clinic, Social Science and Medicine, 2012 74:839-845. (Citations: 6 Google Scholar: 10 Impact Factor 2.558, 5/37, Q1).
24. Filc D. (PI), "Health", Mafteakh: Lexical Review of Political Thought 2012 5 (Hebrew, on-line journal). N/A
25. Davidovich N. (PI), Filc D. (PI), Novack L.(PI), Balicer R. (C), Immigrating to a Universal Health Care System: Utilization of Hospital Services by Immigrants in Israel, Health and Place 2013, 23:13-18. (Citations: 1 Google Scholar: 5 Impact Factor 2.435, 24/143, Q1).
26. Filc D. (PI), Limitations of the Liberal Approach in Bio-ethics in Israel, Medicine and Law2013 1:64-70 (Hebrew).N/A
27. Cohen N. (PI) and Filc D. (PI), Black Medicine in Israel, Social Security 2013 92:1-32 (Hebrew). N/A
28. Alshech Y.(PI), Filc D.(PI), Frumer N. (PI), and Snir I. (PI), "Equality", Political Concepts2014 3. N/A
A Hebrew version was published in Mafteakh: Lexical Review of Political Thought 2013 6.N/A
29. Filc D. (PI) and Ram U.(PI), Marxism after Post-modernism: Rethinking the Emancipatory Political Subject, Current Sociology 2014 62:295-313 (Impact Factor 1.154, 43/138, Q2).
30. Filc D. (PI), The role of civil society in health care reforms: an arena for hegemonic struggles, Social Science and Medicine2014 123:168-173 (Citations: 1 Google Scholar:1 Impact Factor 2.558, 5/37, Q1).
31. Filc D. (PI), Davidovich N. (PI), Ziv H.(C) and Nassar M. (C), "Palestinian Prisoners’ Hunger Strikes in Israeli Prisons: Beyond the Dual Loyalty Dilemma in Medical Practice and Patient Care", Public Health Ethics 2014 7:229-238 (Impact Factor 1.269, 13/50, Q2).
32. Filc D. (PI), Davidovich N. (PI), Novack L.(PI) and Balicer R.(C), Is socioeconomic status associated with utilization of health care services in a single-payer universal health care system?,International Journal on Equity in Health 2014 13:115 (Impact Factor 1.589, 60/143 Q2).
33. Filc D. (PI) and Cohen N. (PI), "Blurring the Boundaries between Public and Private Healthcare Services as an Alternative Explanation for the Emergence of Black Medicine: The Israeli Case Health Economics, Policy and Law 2015 10:293-310 (Impact Factor 1.593, 38/70, Q3).
34. Filc D. (PI), Davidovich N. (PI) and Gottlieb N. (PI), " "Beyond "New Humanitarianism": The Physicians for Human Rights-Israel’s Mobile Clinic and Open Clinic on the Interface of Social Justice, Human Rights and Medical Relief", Journal of Human Rights Practice 2015 7: 88-108 N/A
35. Filc D., Latin American Inclusive and European Exclusionary Populism: Colonialism as an Explanation, Journal of Political Ideologies 2015 20:263-283 N/A
36. Filc D., Davidovich N. and Gottlieb N., A Republican Perspective for Bioethics: The Case of the Bedouin Unrecognized Villages, accepted for publication International Journal of Health Services April 2015, published online July 2015
37. Cohen N. and Filc D., An Alternative Way of Understanding Exit, Voice and Loyalty: The Case of Black Market Medicine in Israel, The International Journal of Health Planningand Management, 2017 1:72-90
38. Avni S.(student), Filc D.(PI) and Davidovich N. (CI), The Israel Medical Association's Discourse on Health Inequity, Social Science and Medicine 2015 144:119-126 (Impact Factor 2.558, 5/37, Q1)
39. Filc D. and Davidovich N., Rethinking the private–public mix in health care: analysis of health reforms in Israel during the last three decades
Journal of Health Services Research &Policy 2016 21:249-256
40. Ram U. and Filc D., "The 14th of July of DaphniLeef: Class and Social Protest in Israel", Capital and Class 2017 41:69-90 A different version was published in Hebrew: Ram U.(PI) and Filc D. (PI), The 14th of July of DaphniLeef: The Rise and Fall of the Social Protest, Theory and Criticism 2013 41:17-44 (Hebrew). N/A
41. Avigur A. and Filc D., 'Military Conflict and Neoliberalization in Israel (2001-2006): A Neo-Gramscian Approach’, accepted for publication Political Studies
42. Filc D., Populism, Mafteakh: Lexical Review of Political Thought forthcoming 2018 13