Benny Kleinman Orleansky is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Princeton University. His research interests are macroeconomics, international trade, and economic geography. His dissertation investigates the spatial consequences of the recent increase in the scale of firms, focusing on its impact on regional disparities and segregation. His other research projects include the study of how changes in international economic exposure affect political relationships between countries, and the dynamics of regional spillovers of economic shocks. He earned his B.A. degrees in economics and Middle Eastern studies at the University of Haifa and a M.A. in economics at Tel Aviv University.
- 2021, Superstar Firms and Regional Disparities, $15,000