Prof. Danny Cohen-Zada

Office Address:

Department of Economics
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
P.O. Box 653
Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel

Tel:

+972-8-647-2301

Fax:

+972-8-647-2941

E-Mail:

danoran@bgu.ac.il

 

General Information | Research Interests | Scientific Publications
Working Papers | Courses

 

General Information

 

Employment History
    • 2018 present: Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University
    • 2011 - 2018: Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University
    • 2005-2011: Lecturer, Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University

 

Education
      • Post-Doc. 2003-2005, Ben-Gurion University, Department of Economics
      • Post-Doc. 2002-2003, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
      • Ph.D. in Economics. The Economics Department, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.1996- 2003
      • B.A in Economics (with distinction). The Economics Department, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. 1994-1996

 

 

Awards
      • 2002 - Post Doctoral Award - Ernst Foundation
      • 1999 - Dean's Award for Academic Excellence
      • 1997 - Rector's Award for Academic Excellence

 

Research Interests

      • Economics of Education
      • Economics of Religion.
      • Applied microeconomics

 

Selected Scientific Publications

      1. I. Attar and D. Cohen-Zada, 2018, The effect of school entrance age on educational outcomes: Evidence using multiple cutoff dates and exact date of birth, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 153, 38-57.
      2. D. Cohen-Zada and T. Elder, 2018, Religious Pluralism, Religious Market Shares and the Demand for Religious Schooling, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 150, 325-349.
      3. D. Cohen-Zada, A. Krumer and O. Shaffir, 2018, Testing the Effect of Serve Order in Tennis Tiebreak, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 146 106115.
      4. D. Cohen-Zada, A.Krumer, O. Shapir and M. Rosenboim, 2017, Choking under Pressure and Gender: Evidence from professional tennis, Journal of Economic Psychology 61, 176-190.
      5. D. Cohen-Zada, A. Krumer and Shtudiner Z, 2017, Psychological Momentum and Gender". Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 135, 66-81.
      6. D. Cohen-Zada, Y. Margalit and O. Rigbi, 2016,
        Does religiosity affect support for political compromise?, International Economic Review, 57, 1085-1106.
      7. D. Cohen-Zada, M. Gradstein and E. Reuven, 2013, Allocation of Students in Public Schools: Theory and New Evidence, Economics of Education Review, 34, 96-106.
      8. D.Cohen-Zada and M.Justman, 2012,
        Affinity and Tension between Religious Denominations: Evidence from Private School Enrollment, Regional Science and Urban Economics,
        42 (6), 950-960.
      9. W. Sander and D. Cohen-Zada, 2012, Religiosity and Parochial School Choice: Cause or effect? Education Economics, 20(5), 474-483.
      10. D. Cohen-Zada and W. Sander, 2011,
        Religious Participation versus Shopping: What makes people happier, Journal of Law and Economics, 54(4), 889-906.
      11. W. Sander and D. Cohen-Zada, 2010, The Economics of Catholic Schools, in International Encyclopedia of Education (Economics of Education Section), 3rd edition, edited by Barry McGaw, Penelope Peterson and Eva Baker, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
      12. D. Cohen-Zada and T. Elder, 2009,
        Historical Religious Concentrations and the Effects of Catholic Schooling, Journal of Urban Economics 66(1), 65-74.
      13. D. Cohen-Zada, 2009,
        An Alternative Instrument for Private School Competition, Economics of Education Review 28(1), 29-37.
      14. Y. Gilboa and D. Cohen-Zada, 2009, Selecting Candidates for Admission to an Economics Degree Program, Economic Quarterly 55(4), 527-543.
      15. D. Cohen-Zada and W. Sander, 2007,
        Religion, religiosity and private school-choice: Implications for estimating the effectiveness of private schools, Journal of Urban Economics, 64(1), 85-100.
      16. D. Cohen-Zada, 2006,
        Preserving religious values through education: Economic analysis and evidence from the US, Journal of Urban Economics, 60(3), 372-398.
      17. D. Cohen-Zada and M. Justman, 2005,
        The Religious Factor in Private Education, Journal of Urban Economics, 57(3), 391-418.
      18. D. Cohen-Zada and M. Justman, 2003,
        The political economy of school choice: Linking theory and evidence, Journal of Urban Economics, 54, 277-308.

 

Newspaper Articles

      • Chester E. Finn, Jr., Short Review of "The Religious Factor in Private Education",
        The Education Gadfly. Vol.2, Num.35. September 12, 2002. [PDF]

 

Working Papers

 

Courses

      • Introduction to Microeconomics
      • Introduction to Macroeconomics
      • Applied Econometrics