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Professor Beni Lauterbach

The Raymond Ackerman Family Chair Professor in Israeli Corporate Governance
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Beni Lauterbach, The Raymond Ackerman Family Chair Professor in Israeli Corporate Governance, Bar Ilan University, School of Business Administration

Biography    
Professor Lauterbach received a Ph.D. degree in Finance from the University of Chicago, and is currently the Raymond Ackerman Family Chair Professor in Israeli Corporate Governance at Bar Ilan University School of Business.

Professor Lauterbach published more than 60 academic papers, including several papers in the top three finance journals. His main research interests include Corporate Governance, Financial Markets Microstructure and Asset Pricing. In recent years he organizes and hosts a yearly international academic conference on Corporate Governance.

Beyond his academic activity Professor Lauterbach is the Chairman of the Israeli External Directors Association and a former Chairman of the Advisory Committee to the Israeli Directors Association. In addition, in the past thirty years he chaired and was a member of investment committees at several institutional investors.

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Long Term Changes in Voting Power and Control Structure following the Unification of Dual Class Shares ECGI Finance Working Paper 245/2009 May 2009
The Value of Voting Rights to Majority Shareholders: Evidence from Dual Class Stock Unifications ECGI Finance Working Paper 033/2004 January 2004

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