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I am a senior economist and head of the Monetary Analysis Unit at the Bank of Israel’s Research Department. Additionally, I am an adjunct lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Department of Economics.
I held the Wexner Israel Fellowship and the Center for Public Leadership Fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where I earned a Mid-career Master in Public Administration. Additionally, I was a Central Bank Research Fellow at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).
Prior to joining the Bank of Israel, I worked as an economist at the Chief Economist Department of the Israeli Ministry of Finance.
DISCLAIMER: This website and its content do not reflect the views of the Bank of Israel.
Master in Public Administration, 2022
Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government
PhD in Economics, 2020
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
MA in Economics, 2014
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
BA in Economics and Business Administration, 2009
Ben-Gurion University, Israel
55750: “Machine Learning for Economists”. Graduate-level course at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Economics Department.
57305: “Macroeconomics” Second year undergraduate course at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Economics Department.