A DPhil (PhD) candidate at the University of Oxford, Centre for Competition Law and Policy. Before starting my doctorate, I received a law bachelor’s degree (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and LL.M. in Law and Economics (Erasmus University Rotterdam). I also worked as a public attorney in the Israeli Competition Authority and the Supreme Court. I am passionate about empirical legal studies and integrating law research within the wider social sciences. My research interests include economic inequality, competition law and policy and constitution law. My current research project focuses on the causal effect of competition law on economic inequality which is part of a two-year Leverhulme research project. In this project, I use different methodological approaches with a focus on panel data and synthetic control methods.
DPhil. candidate in Law, Oxford University
LL.M, with Distinction, European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE)
LL.B., Magna Cum Laude, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Competition Law, Law & Economics, Empirical Research Methods, Redistribution of Wealth, Economic Inequality, Insolvency EU law