3620 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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I am a Research Economist at the Monetary Department of the Bank of Israel. Currently, I am on leave and a visiting scholar at Wharton during the academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024.
I completed my PhD in Finance at Tel-Aviv University in 2022. My primary area of interest lies in exploring the intersection between finance and macroeconomics, and find great satisfaction in conducting research in this field.
|Feb 24, 2024
|Our paper on the effect of noise trading on the prices of government bonds co-authored with Avi Wohl and Meni Abudy was accepted for publication in the Journal of Banking and Finance.
|Oct 27, 2023
|Our paper “Exchanges for Government Bonds? Evidence during COVID-19”, co-authored with Ari Kutai and Milena Wittwer is now an R&R at Management Science.
|Oct 21, 2023
|Our paper “The Persistent Widening of Cross-Currency Basis: When Increased FX Swap Demand Meets a Shortage of Global Arbitrage Capital”, co-authored with Nadav Ben Zeev is now an R&R at the Journal of International Economics.
|Sep 27, 2023
|I’ll be at the FMA conference in Chicago on October 13th and 14th. I’ll be presenting our paper titled “The Persistent Widening of Cross-Currency Basis: When Increased FX Swap Demand Meets a Shortage of Global Arbitrage Capital”, co-authored with Nadav Ben Zeev. Additionally, I’ll be chairing the “Trading and Frictions in Global Markets” session.
|Jul 2, 2023
|My co-author Markus Hertrich will present our paper on the effects of Bank of Israel’s FX intervention at the CEMLA conference.