Eyal Dvir is an associate principal in the Competition & Antitrust Economics Practice at CRA. He has conducted both empirical and modelling analyses of mergers & antitrust cases in a variety of industries, including timber, chemicals, appliances, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices. Dr. Dvir holds a PhD in economics from Harvard University, where he specialized in international finance, international trade, and energy economics. Prior to joining CRA, he was an assistant professor of economics at Boston College, where he taught graduate and undergraduate courses in international finance and international trade. Dr. Dvir has published his research in Journal of International Economics and Journal of International Money and Finance, among others. He has been invited to present at conferences, universities, and policy institutions in the US, Canada, and Europe.
PhD, Economics, Harvard University
MA, Economics, Hebrew University
BA, Economics and Humanities Honors, Hebrew University