Assistant Professor - Economics
My teaching interest are drawn from both my academic research and work experience serving as a financial economist in a commercial bank. I especially enjoy teaching courses in applied economics in general, and labor economics in particular.
- Corporate Finance
- Economics Statistics
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Strategic Analysis (game theory)
- Trade, Development and Globalization
- Game Theory and Economic Applications.
- Econometrics I (introduction to econometrics)
- Econometrics II (advanced econometrics)
- Statistical Analysis
- Industrial Organization
- Managerial Economics
- Financial Economics
- Labor Economics
Recent Publications, Presentations and Abstracts
“Statistical Discrimination and the Implication of Employer-Employee Racial Matches” Journal of Labor Research, 2015, 36, 232-248
“The Gray Area: High School Dropout Likelihood among Skin Tone Levels of Blacks” With Sophie Tripp. Econometric Letters, October 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2.
- Ph.D. in Economics, Vanderbilt University
- B.A. in Economics and Computer Science (honors), Ben-Gurion University