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Short Bio & Research Interest

I'm a Professor in the School of Economics at Tel Aviv University, a Research Fellow at the CEPR, and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Economics.  I received my Ph.D. from the Hebrew University in 2002 and spent a year as a Post–Doctoral Fellow at MIT. During the academic year 2009-2010, I held a position of a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Between 2017 and 2023, I've served as a Voting Member of the Monetary Committee of the Bank of Israel.

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My broad interest is in demographic change, gender differences, and their interaction with economic growth. Recently I’ve been involved in three research agendas. First, I examined the interaction between income inequality and fertility choice through the marketization of childcare. Secondly, I examine how political preferences shape gender differences among top executives. Finally, I examine how changes in bargaining power within the household affect fertility choice and investment in children’s education. 

Current Research Projects

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