Yarden Kedar is a candidate for a master’s degree in public policy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He holds a BA in the combined philosophy, economics, and political science program at the Hebrew University. He has been a coordinator and social activist in a variety of civil society associations in Israel. He is among the founders of Beshutaf, a community business venture aimed at changing consumer habits in Jerusalem (and in Israel) through consumer cooperation.
Y. Kedar and S. Shye, Party–Voters Congruence in Israel Regarding Views about Distributive Justice, Publications of the Facet Theory Association, forthcoming
M. Strawczynski and Y. Kedar, Development of the progressive nature of the statutory tax rate in Israel, position paper, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 20014. Soon to be published in Policy Study No. 18: The State Budget 2015, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (in Hebrew)