Dr. Eyal Ronen
Eyal Ronen is an Associate Postdoctoral Fellow at the Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a Research Fellow at the Mitvim Institute for Regional Foreign Policies. As a Marie Curie Research Fellow under the DISSETTLE Project (Dispute Settlement in Trade: Training in Law and Economics), he completed his Ph.D dissertation titled: "Policy Implications of Non-Tariff Measures on International Trade”. In his current research project, he provides an alternative economic initiative for stability and economic cooperation between Israelis and Palestinians. This economic roadmap paved with trade incentives and benefits, is designed to relieve the trade-impeding effects of non-tariff measures (NTMs), affecting joint exports from the region. The title of the research is ”Trading Away from Conflict: Alternative Economic Thinking for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”.
Dr. Ronen has rich professional experience as a Senior Policy Advisor at the Israeli Mission to the European Union, and prior to that in various economic positions in the Manufacturers Association of Israel.
Research interests: Political Economy, International Trade, Peace Economics and the European Economy.