Dr. Shai Levi

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Dr. Shai Levi
Phone: 03-6405893
Office: Recanati - Business Administration, 3

Short Biography

Shai joined Tel Aviv University after serving as faculty at UC Berkeley and teaching at its MBA program from 2004 to 2011. He holds a PhD from NYU's Stern School of Business, and a BA in economics and LLB in law from Tel Aviv University. He is lawyer by training, did his law clerkship in one of the leading Israeli law firms, and served as an economist in the Israeli Antitrust Authority.

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Fields of Research

Shai teaches financial statement analysis and financial accounting, and his research focuses on the effects of financial disclosure on price efficiency and market liquidity

Publications

Amir, E., and S. Levi (2018). Estimating the precision of information on earnings and non-earnings days, and its relation with the cost of equity capital. European Accounting Review, forthcoming.

 

Amir, E., S. Levi, and T. Livne (2018). Do firms under-report information on cyber-attacks? Evidence from capital markets. Review of Accounting Studies, forthcoming.

 

Levi, S., J. Livnat, L. Zhang, and X.J. Zhang (2018). Is extended hours trading indicative of subsequent returns? Journal of Investing, forthcoming.

 

Amir, E., S. Danziger, and S. Levi (2017). Business corruption and economic prosperity. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, forthcoming.

 

Aboody, D., Levi, S., and D. Weiss (2017). Managerial incentives, options, and cost-structure choices. Review of Accounting Studies, forthcoming.

 

Levi, S., and X.J. Zhang (2015). Asymmetric decrease in liquidity before announcements, and the earnings announcement premium. Journal of Financial Economics, 118(2), 383-398.

 

Amir, E., Kama, I., and S. Levi (2015). Conditional persistence of earnings components and accounting anomalies. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting42(7-8), 801-825.

 

Levi, S., and B. Segal (2014). The Impact of Debt-Equity Reporting Classifications on the Firm's Decision to Issue Hybrid Securities. European Accounting Review, 1-22.

 

Levi, S., and X.J. Zhang (2014). Do temporary increases in information asymmetry affect the cost of equity? Management Science, 61(2), 354-371.

 

Levi, S. (2008). Voluntary disclosure of accruals in earnings press releases and the pricing of accruals. Review of Accounting Studies 13(1), 1-21.

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