Nadan Feldman worked at the institute in the years 2017-2019, as a researcher of economics and innovation. He lead the Institute’s research on Jerusalem as a ‘government city’ and on civil society.
Nadan is a doctoral student in history at the Hebrew University, researching the business ties of Nazi Germany with American corporations. He holds a BA in political science and business administration from the Hebrew University and an MA in German studies with a minor in urban planning, also from the Hebrew University.
Concurrent to his work with the Institute, Nadan also writes as a freelancer for “The Marker” and other supplements of the paper on global economic issues, sports business, and innovation. Nadan served as the Marker’s global economics correspondent between 2011-2017. He has worked for the Strategic Planning Department of the Jerusalem Municipality, and was also a graphic designer in the past, from 2005 to 2010.
Areas Of Expertise
- Economic Research
- Philanthropy and the Third Sector