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I'm a PhD candidate in Economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My main research fields are applied microeconomics, political economy and urban economics. I am interested in how conflicts affect electoral and economic outcomes.

I recently published a paper at the Journal of Urban Economics examining the housing market effects of the rocket threat facing Israel. My current research focuses on the political outcomes of this threat.

I was awarded the President's Doctoral Fellowship for an Outstanding PhD student by the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Hebrew University in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, and have received research grants from the Maurice Falk Institute for Economic Research and the Pinhas Sapir Economic Policy Forum.

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