Tal Sadeh is a Senior Lecturer of Political Science at Tel Aviv University. He earned his B.A. in Economics and International Relations, M.A. in Economics, and Ph.D. in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
His research and teaching interests include international political economy, and the political economy of the EU, in particular the single currency and EU-Israeli relations, as well as international institutions and governance structures.
Feldman, Nizan, and Tal Sadeh. “War and Third-party Trade.” Journal of Conflict Resolution (2016).
Sadeh, Tal. “Hard Currencies for Hard Times. Terror Attacks and the Choice of Monetary Anchors.” Defence and Peace Economics 22.4 (2011): 367-392.
Sadeh, Tal, and Amy Verdun. “Explaining Europe’s Monetary Union: A Survey of the Literature.” International Studies Review 11.2 (2009): 277-301.