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 Hosny Zoabi

Hosny Zoabi / Хосни Зоаби

O1 Group Associate Professor / Доцент кафедры макроэкономики имени компании O1 Group

Ph.D. in Economics, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

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Homepage / Домашняя страница

//hosnyzoabi.weebly.com/index.html

Research Interests / Исследовательские интересы

Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Demographic Economics

Courses taught at NES / Преподавание в РЭШ

Macroeconomics-2Family EconomicsEconomic Growth

Contacts / Контакты

Office #2.40, 100 Novaya Street
Skolkovo, Moscow, Russia, 143025
Phone: +7 (495) 956 95 08 ext.124
E-mail: hzubi (at) nes.ru

Research: 

Publications

Economic Growth and Sector Dynamics,”  Accepted for publication, European Economic Review. (with Joseph Zeira)
 
Do Highly Educated Women Choose Smaller Families?” 2015. Economic Journal, Vol 125, Issue 587, pp: 1191–1226. (with Moshe Hazan)

Sons or Daughters? Endogenous Sex Preferences and the Reversal of the Gender Educational Gap,” 2015. Journal of Demographic Economic, Vol 81, pp: 179-201.
(with Moshe Hazan)

International Trade, the Gender Gap and Female Labor Force Participation,” 2014. Journal of Development Economics, Vol 111, pp:17-33. (with Philip Saure)

Talent Utilization and Search for the Appropriate Technology,” 2014.  Macroeconomic Dynamics, Vol 18, pp: 863-882. (with Tali Regev)

Does Longevity Cause Growth? A Theoretical Critique,” 2006.  Journal of Economic Growth, Vol 11, pp: 363-376.  (with Moshe Hazan)  


Work in Progress

Retirement Age Across Countries: The Role of Occupations,” 
(with Philip Saure)

When Stolper-Samuelson Does Not Apply: International Trade and Female Labor,” 
(with Philip Saure)

“Higher Inequality, Higher Education? The Changing Role of Di fferential Fertility
(with Michael BarMoshe HazanOksana Leukhina and David Weiss)

“Women's Liberation as a Financial Innovation
(with Moshe Hazan and David Weiss)


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