Anat Bracha is an associate professor in the Banking and Finance Department at the Hebrew University Business School. Bracha focuses on research that integrates insights from psychology into economics and is applicable to public policy. Before joining the Hebrew University, she was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, an assistant professor at Tel Aviv University, a visiting scholar at Harvard University and the University of Pittsburgh, and a visiting professor at Yale University. Bracha earned her PhD in economics at Yale University. She holds an MPhil and MA in economics from Yale University and a BA in economics from Bar-Ilan University.