Dalit Flaiszhaker is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Tel-Aviv University, and a Junior Researcher with the Bank of Israel Research Department. Dalit writes about the legal framework of the financial system after the global financial crisis, with special emphasis on shadow banking. Her dissertation, written under the supervision of Prof. Roy Kreitner, analyses crucial segments of financial regulation and monetary policy, and questions their effectiveness and consequences (e.g. distributive effects).
Dalit holds an LL.M (summa cum laude), and an LL.B (magna cum laude), from Tel-Aviv University. Her LL.M. Thesis, “The Puzzle of Post-crisis Global Financial Regulation”, examined the creation of global regulation, with regards to both structure and contents.
Dalit participated in the International Monetary Fund doctoral program (Summer 2018) at the legal department. Dalit was a Doctorate fellow at The Safra Center for Ethics (2018-2019). Dalit also published several articles, among which “Dissonance in Global Financial Law” and “A Macroprudential Perspective on the EU Regulation of Money Market Funds”.
Prior to focusing on research, Dalit worked as a Senior Associate in the Commercial Litigation Department of leading Israeli law firms. She is a member of the Israel Bar Association.