Inna Goldfarb

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A PhD Candidate student at Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies at Tel Aviv University Law School. Inna's doctoral dissertation, entitled "Should the state intervene in the housing market in Israel and if so - what are the optimal tools for such intervention", is supervised by Prof. Yoram Margalioth.

Inna is graduated with a Bachelor's degree in law (LLB) (2005) and a Master's degree in law (LLM) (magna cum laude) (2010) with a thesis supervised by Prof. Yoram Margalioth, etitled "Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) in Israel: Social Welfare policy Analysis and Suggestions for Law Reform" from Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies at The Buchmann Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University.

During her studies, Inna served as a research assistant in the project "The law in the service of the community - a resource center", at the Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University. The research dealt with the policy of the supervision of non-profit organizations and its effect on the incorporation of non-profit organizations and their activities in Israel. In addition, Inna served as a research assistant on the policy of assistance in the purchase of an apartment for young couples, which I was involved in examining the aid routes, comparing the government mortgages to the mortgages offered in the free market. Inna also participated in the "Law and Welfare" clinical program, in the framework of which Inna was involved in providing legal assistance to vulnerable populations under the guidance of Prof. Guy Mundlak and Dr. Einat Albin in the field of contract law and labor law. From 2006 until today – Inna is a lawyer, partner in the Baruch I. Manoach & Co. Law Firm in the fields of real estate and real estate taxation.


As part of her doctoral dissertation, Inna would like to investigate a market failure, manifested in the centralized control of the state over the land for construction and the distributional consequences of the allocation of land for residences and the development of the associated infrastructures, which may damage the efficiency of the housing market. Inna would like to examine the housing policy that exists today, against the background of the rising cost of housing and the constant increase in the burden of housing expenses, with the aim of reaching a conclusion as to whether the intervention of the state is required in its capacity as a regulator and what is the optimal degree of intervention to bring aggregate well-being in Israeli society.


• Inna Goldfarb, "Real Estate Investment Funds (REITs) in Israel: Housing Policy and Proposals to Change the Existing Law" (Real Estate magazine, 13/1 (January 2014), 44).

• Inna Goldfarb as research assistant - the research was published by "Law in the service of the community", Buchman Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, by attorney Michal Aharoni "Registrar's record - the law of associations and its application by the registrar of associations in the years 1997-2003" (April, 2007).

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