1967:  BSc (Econ)  London School of Economics (LSE)

1968:  MSc (Econ)  LSE

1976: Ph.D.  "The Forward Market, International Capital Movements and the Balance of Payments", LSE, - Supervisors: H.G. Johnson and M. Miller



1970-1976:  HM Treasury (London), Advice and research on international monetary and energy problems

1976-1978:  World Bank (Washington DC), Project appraisal and development planning

1978-1981: London Business School (University of London), Senior Research Fellow

1981-1987: City University Business School, Esmee Fairbairn Professor of Finance and Investment

1987-1988:   Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Lady Davis Visiting Professor of Economics

1987-1989:  Economist, Bank of Israel, Research Dept.

1989 - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor of Economics  (emeritus since 2015).  


Current Courses

Econometric Analysis of Time-Series (MA)

Spatial Econometrics (MA)


Recent Courses

Econometrics (MA)

Macroeconomics (3rd year)

Project Appraisal and Evaluation (3rd year)

Financial Econometrics (MA)

Economics of immigration (UCLA)

Social segregation, mobility and inequality (UCLA)