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 aschein@netanya.ac.il

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 קורות חיים

 

EDUCATION:

 

Stern School of Business, New York University, New York, NY

Ph.D. in Economics, May 1993. Dissertation: The Fair Price Hypothesis. Developed a model of retail markets based on the hypothesis that consumers desire to pay fair prices.

Thesis Committee: Paul Wachtel, Lawrence White, and Tom Pugel.

 

Yeshiva University, New York, NY

BA Philosophy, 1985, Rabbinical Ordination, 1988.

 

 פעילות מקצועית

 
EXPERIENCE
 
Netanya Academic College, Netanya, Israel
Senior Lecturer in Economics: 2007- present, Lecturer in Economics, 1996 - 2007
MBA course: International Economics. Undergraduate Courses: Introductory Economics, Theory of the Consumer and the Firm, Intermediate Macroeconomics, and Economics of Israel.
 
Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
Visiting Lecturer, International MBA, 1999 - present
MBA Courses: Introductory Economics, International Economics, Middle East Economics and seminar in Religion and Economics.
 
Boston University, International Graduate Center, Tel Aviv, Israel
Visiting Lecturer, 2000, MBA course: Managerial economics.
 
AT&T, Basking Ridge, NJ
            Economist- Market Analysis and Forecasting, 1995-1996
Was responsible for analyzing developments in the markets for eleven operator products.  Forecast the minutes, messages and revenues of the eleven operator products on both a yearly and monthly basis.  Advised on advertising campaigns and pricing of operator calls.
 
Stern School of Business, NYU, New York, NY Instructor- Economics Department, 
1994,1995:  MBA course: Understanding the World Macroeconomy.
1989-1992: Economic workshops to MBA students.
 
Trinity College, Hartford, CT, Visiting Assistant Professor- Economics Department, 1994
Master’s course: Industrial Organization, Undergraduate course: Microeconomic Theory.
 
 
 

 פרסומים

 
 
PAPERS
 
Growth in per capita GDP in the West Bank and Gaza from 1950-2005, Middle Eastern Studies, forthcoming.
 
Expectations for peace and the value of the Israeli shekel, 1999:2008, Israel Affairs, 18:2, April 2012, pp. 219-233.
 
Institutional reversals and economic growth: Palestine 1516-1948, Journal of Institutional Economics, 8:1, March 2012, pp. 119-141.
 
Economic perspectives on dual career families, (Hebrew) co-authored with Nava Haruvi, in Working families: Parents in the Labor Market in Israel, edited by Varda Muhlbauer and Liat Kulil, Rishon Le-Tzion: Peles, 2010, pp. 165-191.
 
Rabbinic intervention in the market for necessities, BDD, 18, April 2007, pp. 53-65.
 
An international comparison of the economic growth in Palestine/ Israel, 1922-98, Middle Eastern Studies, 43:2, March 2007, pp. 311-320.
 
The vision of Deuteronomy 15 with regard to poverty, socialism, and capitalism, Markets and Morality, 9:2, Fall 2006, pp. 251-259.
 
A biblical precedent for the Coase Theorem? Markets and Morality, 7:2, 2004, pp. 495-504.
 
NASDAQ or Nablus: Explanations for the recent fluctuations in the Israeli economy, Israel Affairs, Vol. 9, 2003, pp. 64-78.
 
Of biblical interest, brotherhood and charity, International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 30, 2003, pp. 788-797.
 
Concern for fair prices in the Israeli housing market, Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 23, 2002, pp. 213-230.
 
An Economic Analysis of the Obligation in Jewish Law for Price Controls, Dine Israel (Tel Aviv University Law School), Vol. 20-21, 2001, pp. 31-47 (English section).
 
The Variances of Wholesale and Retail Prices: Tests of a Marshallian Hypothesis, Applied Economics, Vol. 28, 1996, pp. 585-93.  Also appears in the working paper series of the economics department of New York University’s Stern School of Business, EC-95-15.
 
REVIEW ARTICLES
 
Review of the book: Tight Fists or Open Hands? Wealth and Poverty in Old Testament Law, Markets and Morality, 13:2, Fall 2010, pp.373-375.
Review of the book: Temples, Tithes and Taxes, Markets and Morality, 10:2, Fall 2007, p.418.
Economic Ideologies, in Reader’s Guide to Judaism, edited by Michael Terry, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2000, pp. 156,157.
 

CONFERENCE

 

Presented the paper, "Corporate social responsibility, organizational justice and job satisfaction: How do they interrelate, if at all?" (co-authored with Aharon Tziner, Yaki Bar, Gal Kadosh and Lior Oren) at the Academic Conference on Social Responsibility, Tacoma, Washington, July 2011.
 
Presented the paper, "Estimates of Israel/ Palestine's per capita GDP from 1820-1950" at the 27th annual Israel Economic Association meetings, June 2011.
 
Presented the paper, "Working Mothers in Israel," (co-authored with Varda Muhlbauer) at the 27th International Conference on Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia, July 2010. 
 
Presented the paper, "The Middle East peace process and the Israeli shekel, 1999:2008," at 2nd annual EuroMed conference, Salerno, Italy, October 2009.
 
Presented the paper, "Estimates of Palestine’s, Jordan’s Lebanon’s and Syria’s per capita GDP from 1820-1950," at the "International comparison of output and productivity in history" session, XVth World Economic History Congress, Utrecht, Netherlands, August 2009, and at a pre-conference meeting at the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan, May 2009.
 
Presented the paper, “Economic perspectives on dual career families,” at the 24th annual Israel Economic Association meetings, May 2008.
 
Presented the paper, “An international comparison of the economic growth in Palestine/ Israel, 1922-98,” at the 22nd annual Israel Economic Association meetings, May 2006.
 
Presented the paper, “NASDAQ or Nablus: Explanations for the recent fluctuations in the Israeli economy,” at the 18th annual Israel Economic Association meetings, May 2002.
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