As a fellow, Be’ery interned in the Finance and Development Division of the Israel Tax Authority. His research was entitled, “Tradable Tax Credits: Analysis and Guidelines for Israel.”
Prior to joining the Milken Fellows Program, Be’ery worked at the Israel Democracy Institute, participating in various research projects concerning Israeli society and government. At the time, he was also teaching economics at Hartman High School in Jerusalem.
Be’ery holds B.A. Cum Laude in philosophy, political science and economics and an M.A. from the Public Policy Honors Program, both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In both programs, he served as a teaching assistant, as well as in the University’s School of Business Administration. The policy paper he wrote as part of his M.A. studies was awarded ‘outstanding policy paper’ by the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government. In addition, during the summer of 2014, Be’ery participated in the prestigious Tikvah Advanced Institutes seminar.
Currently, Be’ery is working at the Ministry of Economy.