Alon Eizenberg
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Senior lecturer, with tenure (equivalent to Associate Professor)
Department of Economics
Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Fields of Concentration: Empirical Industrial Organization, Applied Micro-Econometrics  

Recent media and public coverage of my work: 

The Israeli Antitrust Authority publishes a draft of research concerning a methodology for market definition via econometric demand 
models (October 2016, Hebrew).

Video: Michelle Sovinsky discusses our joint research on the impact of Intel's vertical restraints and exclusive deals with downstream PC makers (September 2016)

"Forced to upgrade? How consumer welfare is affected by technological innovation", Microeconomic Insights, (May 2016)

Reducing the bureaucratic burden on business (a discussion at the annual conference of the Aharon Institute (July 2015, Hebrew)

Study: what made Coca Cola cut its prices by 20% in Brazil? Interview for Ynet (leading Israeli news outlet, Hebrew) (July 2015)

Out with the old? Oxford University Press's OUPblog (September 2014)

YouTube: Alon Eizenberg explains a tricky problem that radio stations must navigate: how do they avoid duplicating radio 
programming that already exists in a local market? At the Media and Communications Conference, Chicago, IL, May 2014

A "roundtable" discussion: opening the Israeli economy to international trade (July 2014, Hebrew)

"A Fine Theorem: Upstream Innovation and Product Variety in the U.S. Home PC Market, A. Eizenberg" (July 2014)

Wall Street Journal (Ideas Market blog, At the End of the Day: The rising global middle class may eschew big global brands),  (July 2012)

Financial Times: Something for the weekend (July 2012)

Israeli I.O. Day!
The Programme for "Industrial Organization, Regulation and Competition Policy in Israel" ("6th Israeli I.O. day")
December 29th 2016 is now available.   
This is a conference I co-organize with Itai Ater (TAU). We initiated this conference with the goal of strengthening the
community of Israeli researchers (from universities at home and abroad) working in this area.
Mount Scopus Campus, #4219
Jerusalem 91905, Israel
E-mail address: Alon.Eizenberg "at"