Dan Zeltzer

I am a senior lecturer (equivalent to associate professor) at Tel Aviv University School of Economics, IZA affiliate, and CESifo network affiliate. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University. I work on various aspects of health economics, including physician referral networks, new modes of care delivery, and machine learning and predictive modeling in healthcare.

Contact Information

Berglas School of Economics
Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel 6997801
+972 (3) 640 5824

Work In Progress

  • Adoption and Utilization of Device-Assisted Telemedicine (joint with Liran Einav, Joseph Rashba, Yehezkel Waisman, Motti Haimi, and Ran Balicer)

  • Home-Based Long-Term Care Subsidies and Family Care (joint with Yuval Ofek-Shanny and Avner Strulov-Shlain)

  • The Impacts of Urgent Care Centers (joint with Janet Currie, Molly Schnell, and Yuci Zhou)

Working Papers

Published and Forthcoming Papers

Short Papers and Other Publications