Lecturer in the Economics and Strategy groups. Mainly interested in group decision making including topics as the economics of networks, coalitional bargaining and voting. Also interested in revealed preference theory and its applications.
Holds a B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University. Received his Ph.D. in Economics from the Berglas school of Economics in Tel Aviv University.
Spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow in the Economics department of the University of British Columbia.
Recipient of the 2006 Fishelzon prize for the best empirical Master’s thesis in the Berglas school of Economics in Tel Aviv University.
Won the Social Sciences award for excellence in Ph.D. studies in 2007.
Recipient of the 2009 Berglas school of Economics award for his Ph.D. Thesis.
Taught various courses in the University of British Columbia and in Tel Aviv University.