Professor Ben-Gad obtained his BA in Economics from the Hebrew College of Jerusalem and his Masters and Doctorate from the College of Chicago. He labored within the analysis division of the Financial institution of Israel and taught on the College of Houston and the College of Haifa.
He joined Metropolis as a reader in 2007 and held the place of head of division between 2010 and 2013. His analysis focuses on dynamic macroeconomics with functions to taxation, public debt, the financial results of immigration, in addition to the emergence of a number of equilibria in financial progress fashions.
Between 2014 and 2016, Professor Ben-Gad served on the US Nationwide Academy of Sciences panel on the The financial and financial penalties of immigration.
In 2011, he accomplished an ESRC grant funded analysis which is funded by HM Treasury and HMRC on Tax Coverage and Immigration.
Professor Ben-Gad not too long ago appeared on the BBC, CNBC and the Wall Avenue Journal to debate the worldwide monetary disaster. In 2017, he was named a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).
- PhD, College of Chicago, United States, 1996
- AM, College of Chicago, United States, 1992
- BA, Hebrew College of Jerusalem, Israel, 1988
- Head of Division, Metropolis, College of London, 2010 – 2013
- Professor, Metropolis, College of London, 2009 – current
- Deputy Head of Division, Metropolis, College of London, 2008 – 2010
- Int. School, Worldwide Faculty of Economics of Tbilisi State College, 2008-present
- Visiting Assistant Professor, Central European College, Budapest, 2002
- Senior Lecturer, College of Haifa, 2001 – 2007
- Assistant Professor, College of Houston, 1995 – 2001
- Economist, Financial institution of Israel, 1987 – 1989
- Navy service, Israel Protection Forces, 1982-1985
Memberships in skilled organizations
- Panel Member, US Nationwide Academy of Sciences Panel on Financial and Fiscal Impacts of Immigration
- Member, Educational Advisory Group, Tax Administration Analysis Middle (TARC), HM Income and Customs / HM Treasury / ESRC
Hebrew (can learn, write, communicate, perceive oral and peer evaluation).
Macroeconomics, public funds, economics of immigration, financial progress.