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Dr. Dror Goldberg

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The Open University of Israel The Dorothy De Rothschild Campus 1 University Road
Office:972-9-778-1935 Email:drorg@openu.ac.il

2002
Ph.D., Economics, University of Rochester, USA
1999
M.A., Economics, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1997
B.A., Economics, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1997
LL.B., Law, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Since 2014
Visiting Senior Lecturer, The Open University of Israel
2008-2014
Lecturer, Bar Ilan University, Israel
2002-2008
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, USA
Since 2012
Secretary and member of Steering Committee of the Economic History Association of Israel
Since 2014
Council member for The Open University of Israel in the Israeli Economic Association

Dror Goldberg, Famous Myths of “Fiat Money,” Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 37(5), October 2005, 957-967.

 Dror Goldberg, Money with Partially Directed Search, Journal of Monetary Economics 54(4), May 2007, 979-993.
 

 Dror Goldberg, The Massachusetts Paper Money of 1690, Journal of Economic History 69(4), December 2009, 1092-1106.

Dror Goldberg, Why was America’s First Bank Aborted? Journal of Economic History 71(1), March 2011, 211-222.

 Dror Goldberg, The Tax-Foundation Theory of Fiat Money, Economic Theory 50(2), June 2012, 489-497.

 Dror Goldberg and Igal Milchtaich, Property Rights under Administrator-Dictators: The Rise and Fall of America’s First Bank, Journal of Economic History 73(4), December 2013, 1098-1124.

 Dror Goldberg, How Americans Invented Modern Money, Zmanin: A Historical Quarterly 129, Winter 2015, 38-49.
 
 

Fields of Research
Monetary theory
Monetary history
Monetary law
Macroeconomics
Political economy