The Evolution of the College Wage Premium in the Israeli Labor Market Supply and Demnad Factors

This research investigates the wage gap between those with university education and those without in the Israeli labor market between the years 1997 and 2011.

By taking a time-series approach, the study is able to look at the development of the higher education premium from both the demand and supply sides, analyzing the increasing need for employees with university education the development of human capital within Israel.

Gilad Brand
A multi-year fellow, Gilad interned in the Strategic Planning Division of the Ministry of Economy and in  the President's Office, where he was assigned to the president's economic advisor. Over the course of the year, Brand conducted an empirical study of the Israeli...
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