Avraham Tabbach joined TAU Law Faculty in 2004 and since 2008 he is a senior lecturer. Currently Tabbach is visiting Amsterdam Center of Law and Economics at the University of Amsterdam and serving as as associate editor of the International Review of Law and Economics. In 2006 Tabbach won the Zeltner Prize of Young Scholars. Tabbach received his LLB from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1997) and LLM (2000) and JSD (2003) from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was also a Fulbright Fellow and an Olin Scholar in Law and Economics. Tabbach teaches Taxation, Taxation of Derivatives, Corporate Finance and various courses in Law and Economics. His research focuses on economic and game theoretical models of crime and law enforcement and tort law. Tabbach’s recent publications include "Commitment versus Flexibility in Law Enforcement Games" (Forthcoming 2012, B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (Contributions) (with Shmuel Leshem), "Wealth Redistribution and the social costs of crime and law enforcement" (Forthcoming 2012 in Reserach Handbook on the Economics of Crime) “Willingness to Pay, Death, Wealth, and Damages" American Law and Economics Review (2011) 13 (1): 45-102 (with Ariel Porat), “The Social Desirability of Punishment Avoidance” The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 26(2), 265-289 (2010).