I am an Economics PhD student at Columbia University in New York. I am originally from Tel Aviv, but have lived in the Northeast most of my life.
My research interests primarily lie in industrial organization and applied microeconomic theory. I work on both theoretical and empirical projects that focus around the consequences of information acquisition, disclosure, and usage in competitive settings. Additionally, my work is motivated by and uses many tools from computer science. Sometimes I work on small projects contributing to fields in computer science relevant to my research interests in economics.
PhD in Economics, 2016-∞
(MA, MPhil) in Economics, (2018, 2019)
BA in Economics, Computer Science, Mathematics, 2014