Beáta Itin-Shwarz

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Beáta Itin-Shwarz is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, focusing on empirical industrial organization. She completed a joint special research program for her M.A. in Economics at both the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv University Department of Economics, with a thesis on the effect of public policy on market performance using an empirical study of the Indian market for Potassium Fertilizers.

Her research fields comprises Industrial Organization, Development Economics and Applied Econometrics. Her nterests include Firm Dynamics, Global Food Markets, Geographical Analysis and Big Data.

Researcher's Grant Projects

This project explores the effects of an important deregulation reform in the agricultural marketing sector in India, which allowed private marketing channels to farmers previously limited to the government markets.
Researchers: Beáta Itin-Shwarz, Jorge Ale Chilet
Grants Round: 19th Round
Country: India
This research explores the factors that affect the pattern of firm entry into different geographic markets in developing countries by focusing on the Indian market for potassium fertilizer. 
Researchers: Beáta Itin-Shwarz
Grants Round: Special ERG - PhD #2
Country: India