2013-14

Assaf Amit Arnon Barak Gilad Brand Ari Eichler Lili Friedler Eyal Galkin Gleb Klempert Noa Litmanovitz Tamar Pichkhadze Yoav Rothler Eran Shmueli Asaf Zilberstein



Arnon Barak
Assaf Amit

A 2013-14 fellow, Barak interns at the Ministry of Construction and Housing.

Prior to joining the fellows program, Barak was a teaching assistant at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for several economics courses. He also worked as a research assistant in the fields of econometrics, terror economics and well-being at the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government at the Hebrew University.

Barak volunteers as a financial planning guide at the nonprofit Paamonim, where he helps families develop and implement financial recovery plans toward the goal of economic independence. He also served as the head of the Economic Students' Forum at the Hebrew University, an independent initiative by students to expand their academic knowledge and relate it to life outside academia.

In the military, Barak served as a sergeant and combat soldier in the 50th Battalion of the Nahal Brigade.

Barak received a B.A in economics and statistics from the Hebrew University, where he graduated with honors. He is now pursuing a master's degree in the joint research program in economics operated by the Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University.

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