Sarit Weisburd is a Senior Lecturer in the Strategy Department at the Hebrew University Business School, and a research affiliate of the CEPR Industrial Organization programme.
Dr. Weisburd joined the Strategy department in 2021, and her research focuses on Applied IO, Consumer Choice, Business Economics, and Law and Economics. She earned her bachelor’s degree at University of Maryland in Math and Economics (Magna Cum Laude). Before pursuing her Masters and PhD studies in Economics at the Hebrew University, she worked at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in Washington, DC.
Dr. Weisburd has published her research in leading journals such as Review of Economics and Statistics and Journal of the European Economic Association; and has received prestigious research grants/fellowships from the ISF, NBER, and Israel’s National Road Safety Authority. Her work has also been discussed on the Probable Causation podcast, and cited on the Ynet and City Journal news outlets. She has taught courses in econometrics and business strategy.