As a fellow, Revital interned at the National Economic Council. Her research focused on capital productivity gaps in Israel by evaluating the law for the encouragement of capital investments.
Prior to joining the Milken Fellows Program, Bar worked as a research assistant on the financial stability team in the Bank of Israel’s research department. During her undergraduate studies, Bar also worked as a research assistant in the fields of political economy and labor economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University, respectively.
In the military, Bar served in an elite intelligence unit.
Bar received a B.A in economics and international relations in 2012 from the Hebrew University, and an M.A. in economics from the Hebrew University.
Currently, she is a PhD candidate in economics at the Hebrew University and a lecturer at Hadassah Academic College.