Daniel Levy is a Professor and William Gittes Chair in Economics at Bar-Ilan University (Ramat-Gan, Israel). He is also a Visiting Professor of Economics at Emory University (Atlanta, USA) and at the ISET (Tbilisi, Georgia), and a Senior Research Fellow at Rimini Center for Economic Analysis (RCEA). He is a macroeconomist, and his research primarily focuses on the behavior of prices, price setting, price adjustment, cost of price adjustment, and behavioral aspects of pricing.
Prior to joining Bar-Ilan University, he was a tenured Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of Graduate Studies at the Department of Economics, at Emory University. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Monetary Research Division at the ECB and at the Research Department of the Deutsche Bundesbank, and a Visiting Professor at several universities. At Bar-Ilan University he served as the Chairman of the Department of Economics, and as the Head of the Aharon Meir Center for Banking Research.
He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Central Bank Research Association Research Program on "Inflation: Drivers and Dynamics," he is an international partner at the Center for International Price Research (CIPR) at Vanderbilt University, he is a member of the Academic Board of the ISET at Tbilisi State University (Tbilisi, Georgia), he serves on the CPI and PPI Academic Committees of Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, and he is an Academic Advisor at the Israel Center for Promotion of Fairness. He is the President Elect of the Israeli Economic Association.