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Aharon Cohen-Mohliver

Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship


MA Finance (Hebrew University), PhD (Columbia)

Dr Aharon Cohen-Mohliver’s research interests include corporate governance, corporate misconduct and business ethics. His research is focused on the behavioural and sociological antecedents of misconduct in financial markets.

Dr Cohen-Mohliver is a reviewer for Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Science, Management Science and European Management Journal as well as the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and Israeli Strategy Conferences since 2008.

Dr Cohen-Mohliver is currently Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School and has taught courses covering Strategy Formulation and Behavioural Strategy. 

2016

Are recessions good for morality? : evidence that ethical behavior improves when the economy falters

Bianchi E; Mohliver A

Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 Vol 2016:1

Do good times breed cheats? : prosperous times have immediate and lasting implications for CEO misconduct

Bianchi E C; Mohliver A

Organization Science 2016 Vol 27:6 p 1488-1503

2012

IPO pricing and ownership structure around the world: the business group effect

Mohliver A; Gur-Gershgorn G; Chatopadhyay S

in Levis, M & Vismara, S (eds) Handbook of research on IPOs, Edgar Publishing 2012 p 327-344

Current


Masters in Management

  • Strategic Analysis (MiM, 2015)


Previous


MBA

  • Core Strategy (MBA, 2012)

  • Core Strategy (MBA, 2013)


PhD

  • Behavioral Strategy (PhD, 2013)

Awards and Honours


  • Israel Securities Authority research grant for the study of Israeli Business Groups, 2011. (8,000 USD)

  • Donald C. Hambrick award for Excellence in the Ph.D. Program, Columbia Business School, 2009.

  • Corson Scholarship, Hebrew University, 2007-2008. (16,000 USD)

  • The Levi Eshkol Institute for Social, Economic and Political Research in Israel, Hebrew University, Research grant for project titled: "Family ownership and performance of Israeli largest firms" 2004- 2006. (3,000 USD)

  • Dean List of Excelence, Hebrew University Economics Department, 2004.

Research Interests

  • Ethics
  • Corporate governance and economic sociology