Moshe Hazan

Associate Professor of Economics, Tel-Aviv University; Research Fellow, CEPR

Moshe Hazan is an Associate Professor of Economics at Tel-Aviv University, a Research Fellow at the CEPR and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Economics. He also serves as a voting member of the Monetary Committee at the Bank of Israel. Hazan received his Ph.D. from the Hebrew University in 2002 and spent a year as a Post–Doctoral Fellow at MIT. During the academic year 2009-2010, he held a position of a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. 

His broad interest is in demographic change, gender differences, and their interaction with economic growth. Recently he has been involved in three research agendas. First, he examined the interaction between income inequality and fertility choice through the marketization of childcare. Secondly, he examines how political preferences shape gender differences among top executives. Finally, he examines how changes in bargaining power within the household affect fertility choice and investment in children’s education. 

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