A Fulbright fellow from Hebrew University, Yael Kariv-Teitelbaum has joined the Penn Program on Regulation as a visiting scholar for the 2022-2023 academic year. Yael’s main research fields are regulation, agile governance, and institutional design. As a research fellow at Hebrew University, Yael won honorable awards and scholarships and published in distinguished publications such as Regulation and Governance. Before completing her Ph.D., with a dissertation on the privatization of regulation, Yael earned an LLB degree in Law and Psychology from Hebrew University, where she was the editor-in-chief of the law review. Yael`s research draws on her rich practical experience with regulatory issues. She served as the Legal Counsel for Regulatory Policy at the Israeli Ministry of Justice. She led the work on the recent Israeli Regulation Framework Act and assisted in setting better regulatory policy to support innovation. Previously, Yael served as a Supreme Court litigator at a nongovernmental organization where she led high-profile regulatory cases. She also clerked for Hon. Justice Vogelman on the Supreme Court of Israel.