Avraham Tabbach joined TAU Law Faculty in 2004 and since 2016 he is a Full Professor. He serves as the academic director of the Tel-Aviv-Berkeley Executive LLM Program, as an associate editor of the International Review of Law and Economics (IRLE), and also as a board member of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE). In 2006 Tabbach won the Zeltner Prize of Young Scholars. He also won the American Law and Economics Prize for the best paper twice (2017 and 2020). From 2011 to 2013 Tabbach was visiting Amsterdam Center of Law and Economics (ACLE) at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. This coming fall (2022) he will visit Georgetown Law School. Tabbach received his LLB from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1997) and LLM (2000) and JSD (2003) from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was also a Fulbright Fellow and an Olin Scholar in Law and Economics. He teaches Taxation, Corporate Finance and various courses in Law and Economics. His research focuses on tort, law enforcement, taxation, corporate finance and recently litigation. Tabbach’s recent publications include: “Judgment Contingent Settlements” (2020) Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 36(1) 170-206 (with Shay Lavie); “Informational Negligence Law” (2019) American Law and Economics Review 21(1): 110-149 (with Alon Cohen); “The Complementary Role of Liability and Safety Regulation (2019) American Law and Economics Review 21(1): 150-183, (with Massimo D’Antoni), Winner of American Law and Economics Association Prize for Best paper; and Volunteer’s uncertainty dilemma (2018) Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2018), 174(4): 629-650 (with Tim Friehe).
פרופ' אברהם טבח
Research Interests and Teaching
Game Theory, Law and Economics, Taxation, Public Finance, Corporate Finance, Torts and Criminal Law.
1. “Judgement Contingent Clauses”
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (2019) (with Shay Lavie)
2. “A comparison of simple action-based and outcome-based policies for emergency-like situations”
Mathematical Social Sciences (2018) Vol. 92 (C) pp. 22-34 (with Tim Friehe)
3. “Tax-Losses Mechanisms”
The University of Chicago Law Review, (2014) Vol. 81 pp. 1509-1567 (with Jacob Nussim).
4. “Inadequate Compensation and Multiple Equilibria”
International Review of Law and Economics, (2014) Vol 38, 33-47 (with Massimo D’Antoni).
5. “Exeutive Stock Options: The Effects of Manipulation on Risk Taking”
Journal of Corporation Law 38 (3) 2013) (with Sharon Hannes).
6. “Committment versus Flexibility in Enforcement Games”
B.E. Jouranl of Theoretical Economics (Contributions) (2012) 12(1) 1935-1704 (with Shmuel Leshem).
7. “Willingness to Pay, Death, Wealth, and Damages”
American Law and Economics Review (2011) 13(1), 45-103. (with Ariel Porat)
8. “The Social Desirability of Punishment Avoidance”
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (2010) Vol. 26(2), pp. 265-289.
9. “Deterrnece and Avoidance”
International Review of Law and Economics (2009) 29(4), 314-323 (with Jacob Nussim).
10. Criminal Behavior, Sanctions, And Income Taxation: An Economic Analysis”
The Journal of Legal Studies (2003) Vol. 32 (2), pp. 383-406.