Dr. Alon Raviv
Journal of Financial Stability (2018 -Current)
Review of Business (2020 - Current)
Research Grants, Honors and Awards
2020- 2021 Data Science grant (Israeli council for Higher Education )
2019-2021 ISF (Israel Science Foundation) grant No. 2443/19
2015-2019 US-Israel Binational Science Foundation grant 2014336
2015-2017 ISF (Israel Science Foundation) grant No. 969/15
2015 Bar-Ilan Research autority grant for high rank research proposal
2013 The Raymond Ackerman Family Chair in Israeli Corporate Governance grant
2012 Eastern Finance Association Outstanding Paper in Financial Institutions, Boston,(with Jens Hilscher).
2004 Recipient of Gal-Ed fellowship.
2001-2002 Recipient of H. Shtecel fellowship : The highest student award at the Hebrew University (the President’s awards).
“Inflating away the public - an empirical assessment", (with Jens Hilscher and Ricardo Reis), 2020, Forthcomig Review of Financial Studeis.
"The Risk Spiral - The Effects of Bank Capital and Diversification on Risk Taking, (with Sharon Peleg Lazar), 2019, International Review of Financial Analysis 65.
“A Closed-Form Solution to the Risk-Taking Motivation of Subordinated Debtholders”, 2019, (with Yuval Heller and Sharon Peleg Lazar), Economics Letters 181, 169-173.
“The Effect of Liquidity on Non-Marketable Securities”, 2018, (with Menachem Abudy and Hadar Binsky), Financial Research Letters, 26, 139-144.
“Heterogeneous beliefs and the choice between private restructuring and formal bankruptcy”, 2017, (with Pascal Francois), North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 41, 156-167.
."Bank risk dynamics where assets are risky debt claims”, 2017 (with Sharon Peleg Lazar), European Financial Managment , 23, 1-17.
"How much can illiqudiity affect corporate debt yield spread?”, 2016 (with Menachem Abudy), Journal of Financial Stability, 25, 58-69.
"Bank stability and market discipline: The effect of contingent capital on risk taking and default probability”, 2014 (with Jens Hilscher), Journal of Corporate Finance (Corporate Finance Theory Special Issue), 29, 542-560. Eastern Finance Association Outstanding Paper in Financial Institutions
“Inflation derivatives under inflation target regimes” 2013, (with Mordecai Avriel and Jens Hilscher), Journal of Futures Markets 33, 911-938.
“Executive compensation, risk taking and the state of the economy”, 2013, (with Elif Sisli), Journal of Financial Stability 9, 55-68.
“Liquidation triggers and the valuation of equity and debt”, 2007 (with Dan Galai and Zvi Wiener), Journal of Banking and Finance 31, 3604-3620.
“The valuation of inflation indexed and FX convertible bonds”, 2008 (with Yoram Landskroner), Journal of Futures Markets, 28, 634-655.
“Credit spread implied by Inflation-Indexed convertible bonds” (with Yoram Landskroner), Banking Review 8, 2003.
“Measuring the average marginal tax on labor income” (with Momi Dahan), Israeli Economic Quarterly 3, 1995.
.Papers in Books
1. “Executive Compensation and Risk Taking: The Impact of Systemic Crises.” (with Elif Sisli-Ciamarra). in Amann, Wolfgang, Ted Azarmi and Mathias Moersch eds. The Financial Crisis - Implications for Research and Teaching, Springer Verlag. 2016.
2. “A balance sheet approach for sovereign debt”, (with Dan Galai, Yoram Landskroner and Zvi Wiener). Bridging the GAAP: Recent Advances in Finance and Accounting, edited by Itzhak Venezia and Zvi Weiner, 2012
Fixed Income Analysis
Financial Modeling with VBA
Press Coverage and Policy proposals
VOXeu, April 2020, Economists in the 2008 crisis: Slow to see, fast to act
The Grumpy Economist: Inflating our troubles away?
VOXeu, August 2014: Will the US inflate away its public debt?
Project Syndicate, Engineering Financial Stability, by Robert Shiller, 18 January 2010
Economists in the 2008 Financial Crisis: Slow to See, Fast to Act., with Daniel Levy (Bar Ilan) and Tamir Mayer (Bar Ilan).
“The 2007-2009 Financial Crisis and executive compensation: an analysis and a proposal for a novel structure”, with Yoram Landskroner, NYU working paper, No. FIN-09-03. Presented at the AFFI 2012 annual meeting.
“Optimal regulation, executive compensation and risk taking and by financial institutions”, with Jens Hilscher (UC Davis) and Yoram Landskroner. Presented at the FIRS 2016 annual meeting (R&R Journal of Corporate Finance)