Dr. Yadin teaches and researches law and regulation, with an emphasis on soft regulatory approaches such as regulatory contracts and regulatory shaming. She has published two books and close to thirty articles and won several awards. Her recent projects explore regulatory climate shaming, soft law approaches to climate crisis mitigation, climate-washing and regulatory theory, and climate denial litigation. Her work on regulatory contracts was adopted into law in a precedential Supreme Court of Israel ruling on natural gas regulation, in which four Justices widely cited her first book. Her studies on eco-shaming and on regulatory shaming has influenced policies in Israel and abroad.
Sharon Yadin. 2022. “Government Regulation by Eco-Shaming Corporations: Balancing Effectiveness and Fairness.” In The Legal Aspects of Shaming: An Ancient Sanction in the Modern World (Guy Seidman et al. eds., Edward Elgar, forthcoming).
Sharon Yadin. 2021. “Israel’s Law and Regulation After the Gas Discoveries.” In Regulation in Israel: Values, Effectiveness, Methods 217 (Eyal Tevet et al. eds.),
Sharon Yadin. 2019. “Regulatory Shaming.” 49 Environmental Law 407.