- Lavie, L. (2018). The Battle over a Civil State: Egypt's Road to June 30, 2013. SUNY Press.
- a) Lavie, L. (2009/2010). The Establishment of the Arab Common Market and Its Failure, 1951-1971: The Political Dimension and the Israeli Connection. The McGill Journal of Middle East Studies, 11, 9-43.
b) Lavie, L. (2012). The Rise and Fall of the Arab Common Market: The Political Dimension and the Israeli Connection. Hamizrah Hehadash, 52, 231-260. [Hebrew]
2. a) Lavie, L. (2016). The Discourse of Civil State in Egypt (1981-2014): Origins, Rival Interpretations and Political Influence. Hamizrah Hehadash, 55, 137-166. [Hebrew]
b) Lavie, L. (2017). The Idea of the Civil State in Egypt: Its Evolution and Political Impact following the 2011 Revolution. Middle East Journal, 71(1), 23-44.
3. Lavie, L. (2017). The Egyptian Muslim Brothers' Ideal State Model: A Religious State – Out; A Civil State – In. Middle Eastern Studies, 6, 996-1012.
4. Lavie, L. (2021). Consensus vs. Dissensus over the 'Civil State' Model: A Key to Understanding the Diverse Outcomes of the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 455-472.
5. Lavie, L. (2021). Lessening Anti-Jewish Hate Speech in Service of the Egyptian Regime: State Media under Mubarak, Re-Examined. Die Welt des Islams. vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 308-327.
6. Lavie, L., & Shalaby, A. (2021). The Civil State vs. the Secular State in Arab Discourse: Egypt as a Case Study. Strategic Assessment. vol. 24, no. 1 [paper invited by The Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), written in cooperation with the Egyptian sociologist Abdallah Shalaby of Ayn Shams University in Cairo]
7. Lavie, L. (2021). The Constitutionalization of the Civil State: Self-definition in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen following the Arab Uprisings. Religions. vol. 2, Special Issue on Islamic Constitutions: Managing Religion and Politics edited by Rachel M. Scott, pp. 269-287.
8. Yefet, B. & Lavie, L. (2021). Legitimation in Post-Revolutionary Egypt: Al-Sisi and the Renewal of Authoritarianism. Digest of Middle East Studies, pp. 1-16.
9. Lavie, L. & Yefet, B. (2022). The Relationship between the State and the New Media in Egypt: A Dynamic of Openness, Adaptation, and Narrowing. Contemporary Review of the Middle East, pp. 1-20.
Chapters in edited volumes
- Podeh, E., & Lavie, L. (2017). Egypt after the Arab Spring – Is It Really a Revolution? In E. Podeh & O. Winckler (Eds.), The Third Wave – Protest and Revolution in the Middle East (pp. 79-105). Carmel. ]Hebrew]
- Yefet, B., & Lavie, L. (2021). New Authoritarianism in Egypt: Stability and Fragility under Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi. In: E. Podeh and O. Winkler (eds.), Between Stability and Revolution: A Decade to the Arab Spring (Jerusalem: Carmel, 2021). [Hebrew]
- Lavie, L. (forthcoming). Vertical vs. Horizontal: Egypt’s State-Religion Discourse before the Arab Spring—and After. In U. Rabi & M. Tzoreff (Eds.) From Thawrat 1919 to the Arab Spring: A Century of Egyptian History Reconsidered.
- Lavie, L. (2020). The Failure of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab World, by N. Obaid. The Journal for Interdisciplinary Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 189-192.
- Lavie, L. (2021). Book Review: Leaving the Muslim Brotherhood: Self, Society, and the State, by M. Menshawy. The Journal for Interdisciplinary Middle Eastern Studies, (forthcoming).
Other selected publications
- Limor Lavie, "Egypt between Revolts," in Liat Kozma (ed.), History of Islam and Middle Eastern Countries in Modern Times (Kadima: Reches Educational Projects, 2017), pp. 87-109 [Hebrew].
- Limor Lavie, “Bad Karma: Censorship versus freedom of expression in Egypt in the age of social media,” BeeHive, vol. 6, no. 6 (2018).
- Limor Lavie, “MeToo: The Egyptian Version,” BeeHive, vol. 6, no. 8 (2018). [Hebrew] https://dayan.org/he/content/5161
- Limor Lavie, “Expected constitutional amendments in Egypt: the end of the revolution or the beginning of the end of al-Sisi's rule?” Tsomet HaMizrah HaTichon, March 7, 2019 [Hebrew] https://dayan.org/he/content/5273
- Limor Lavie, "Stand-Up Comedy in the Arab World," BeeHive, vol. 7, no. 7 (2019). [Hebrew] https://dayan.org/he/content/5378
- Limor Lavie, "Tweeting Antisemitism in Arabic," BeeHive, vol. 7, no. 2 (2019). [Hebrew] https://dayan.org/he/content/5276
- Limor Lavie, "Family Law in Egypt and Iraq: Social Media Campaigns against Limiting Women’s Rights to Guardianship and Custody of their Children," Beehive, 29 September 2021 https://dayan.org/content/family-law-egypt-and-iraq-social-media-campaigns-against-limiting-womens-rights