He also serves as the head of the Hogeg Blockchain Research Institute and the head of the Fintech concentration in the MBA program.
Professor Amiram’s research focuses on the effects and consequences of frictions created by information asymmetry, taxation and business law on debt and equity markets around the world. He has conducted research in the areas of debt contracting, executive compensation, banking, international taxation, foreign investments, financial distress.
He is frequently asked by governmental organizations, corporations, financial institutions and the media (including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Forbes) to advice as an expert on various issues.
Professor Amiram holds an undergraduate degree in accounting and economics, masters in economics from Ben-Gurion University and a PhD in Business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.