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I am a senior economist and the Head of the Monetary Analysis Unit at the Bank of Israel Research Department. I am also an adjunct lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where I teach the graduate-level course “Machine Learning of Economists”.
Currently I am a Wexner Israel Fellow and a Center for Public Leadership (CPL) Fellow, both at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where I am pursuing a Mid-career Master in Public Administration.
In the past, I was a Central Bank Research Fellow at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). Before joining the Bank of Israel, I worked as an economist at the Israeli Ministry of Finance’s Chief Economist Department.
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Master in Public Administration, 2022 (expected)
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
I teach the graduate-level course 55750: Machine Learning for Economists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Economics Department.