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Giora HANOCH

economist

Giora HANOCH, economist in the field of Labour Markets; Public Policy. Research Association, Maurice Falk Research Institute, Institution, Israel, 1959-1961,1966-1972; Bareli Award, Israel Labour Organisation, 1960; University Fellow, University Chicago, 1964; Consultant, Bank Israel Research Dept, since 1972; Fellow, Econometric Society, since 1975; Member, Israeli Commission Wages Public Sector, 1977-1980.

Background

HANOCH, Giora was born in 1932 in Haifa, Israel.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts Hebrew University, 1960, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy University Chicago, 1965.

Career

Visiting Lector, Harvard University, 1970, 1974. Visiting Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif., United States of America, 1975. Consultant, Rand Corporation, 1975-1976, Sr Research Association, Center Social Sciences, Columbia University, 1977-1980, 1980-1981.

Professor of Economics, Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel.

Achievements

  • Research Association, Maurice Falk Research Institute, Institution, Israel, 1959-1961,1966-1972. Bareli Award, Israel Labour Organisation, 1960. University Fellow, University Chicago, 1964.

    Consultant, Bank Israel Research Dept, since 1972. Fellow, Econometric Society, since 1975. Member, Israeli Commission Wages Public Sector, 1977-1980.

Views

Topics in the fields of human resources, income distribution, production theory and duality, portfolio selection and uncertainty, panel data analysis, and theory and estimation of labour supply and retirement. Recently been engaged in a research project on labour market behaviour of older persons in the United States, using panel data, and a multivariate model of participation, wages, hours and weeks of work, with emphasis on separating age, period and cohort effects.