Tel-Aviv University Boston Unvirsity
January, 2014

CV
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Date of Birth:
January 1st, 1955
Marital Status:
Married, 2 children
Fields of Interest
Health Economics, Industrial Organization, Microeconomics and Game Theory
Education
1977 - 1980
Haifa University, Haifa, Israel; B.A. Economics.
1982 - 1986
Northwestern University, Kellogg, Graduate School of Management, M.E.D.S. Department, Ph.D. Economics.
Academic Positions
1986 - 1987
Post-doctorate in Economics, Bell Communications Research Inc.
1987 - 1990
Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Boston University.
1990 - 1993
Lecturer, Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Management.
1993 - 1997
Senior Lecturer, Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Management.
1997 - 2003
Associate Professor, Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Management.
2002 - 2013
Visiting Professor, Boston University, Department of economics.
2003 -
Professor of Economics, Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Management.
2013 -
Professor of Economics, University of Warwick, Department of Economics.
Other Positions
1994 - 1999
Chair, Health Care Systems Management Program, the Faculty of Management Tel Aviv University.
1999 - 2002
Associate Dean, Faculty of Management, Tel Aviv University.
2002 - Present
Chair, Health Care Systems Management Program, the Faculty of Management Tel Aviv University.
1997 - present
A Member of the Board of Trustees, the Institute of Health Policy Research in Israel.
1990 - present
A member of several public committees addressing health policy issues in Israel, such as: the capitation formula under the National Health Insurance Law, hospitals' reimbursement in Israel and more.
2005, 2010
A member of the Search Committee for the Rector of Tel Aviv University.
2007 - present
The Haimovich Chair for Strategic Management, the Faculty of Management, Tel Aviv University.
2007
A member of the Search Committee for the Dean of the Faculty of Management, Tel Aviv University.
2007 - 2013
A member of the Arrow Award Selection Committee for the nomination of the best paper in Health Economics.
2010 - present
Academic Director, the Recanati Executive MBA program and the Kellogg-Recanati International MBA program, Tel Aviv University.
Editorial Positions
2008 - present
Associate Editor, The Journal of Health Economics.
Teaching Experience
Industrial Organization, Principles of Economics, Microeconomics, Business Economics, Health Economics, International Trade, Game Theory, Operations Research, Probability and Statistics.
Selected Contracts and Grants
Consultant: Harvard School of Public Health, project to study substitution among physician services in connection with fee schedules, 1989.

Co investigator: National Institute of Drug Abuse, project to study drug testing in the workplace, 1991.

Co Principal Investigator: Contract from the Veterans' Administration, USA, project to study hospitals' payment systems, 1992, 1993.

Consultant: National Institute of Mental Health, grant to study "Adverse Selection and Managed Care", 1999 - 2004.

Consultant: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, grant to study "Structuring Markets and Competition in Health Care", 1999- 2005.

Co Principal Investigator,: Contract from The Institute of Health Policy Research in Israel, "The Israeli Health Care System--Trends and Forecasts", 1997.

Principal Investigator, the National Institute of Mental Health, R34 MH071242-02,"The Economics of Quality Reporting in Mental Health and Health Services", 2004-2006.

Consultant: National Institute of Aging, USA, grant to study: "Leveraging Medicare Payment and Reporting Policies to Improve Nursing Home Quality," 2007-2010

Consultant: The National Institute of Aging, grant to study "The Role of Private Plans in Medicare," J. Newhouse, PI, 2008-2013.

Co Principal Investigator,: Contract from The Institute of Health Policy Research in Israel, "How Should Hospitals be Reimbursed for Medical Education?" 2011


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