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- Economics and Management - B.A. Program
- Economics of Environmental and Natural Resources
- Cost Benefit Analysis
Currently the Dean of the faculty of social sciences and humanities at Te-Hai College. Finished 1st and 2nd degree in the Hebrew university and Ph.D. at the university of Minnesota.
Besides teaching and doing research, I am also involved in public consultation on my research issues.
My main field of research is environmental economics. Within this field I am doing Cost-Benefit-Analysis of nature conservation based on non-market valuation. Topics such as the economics of endangered species, open spaces and ecological services are in the focus of my current research. Besides that, I deal also with water resources economics and recently (2013) edited a book (Springer publishing) on Water Policy in Israel.
Describe teaching experience thoroughly, in chronological order (from old to new):
- The University of Haifa and Tel-Hai College: Operations Research, Natural and Environmental economics, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Managerial Economics and International Trade.
- Courses in Environmental Economics were also thought at the Hebrew University and Ben-Gurion University.
o Main courses taught in the past five years:
Managerial Economics - Undergraduate
Operation Research – Undergraduate
International Economics – Undergraduate
Cost Benefit Analysis – Undergraduate
Environmental Economics – Undergraduate/Graduate
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