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Tal Mofkadi conducts theoretical research in Financial economics. His current research concentrates on hyperbolic discounting and its effect on asset pricing with solvency constraints.

Tal submitted his PhD dissertation Financial Economics at the Tel-Aviv University in Israel in July 2012, after which he joined the Finance Department at Northwestern Kellogg in September 2012 as a visiting assistant professor. During his PhD, he spent two summer semesters as a visiting scholar at the Kellogg School of Management. He holds an MA degree from the Eitan Berglas School of Economics (at Tel-Aviv University) and an MBA degree from the Recanati School of Management (at Tel-Aviv University).
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Education
Ph.D, 2012 (expected), Economics, Berglas School of Economics, Tel-Aviv University
MA, 2006, Economics, Berglas School of Economics, Tel-Aviv University
MBA, 2004, Finance and Marketing, Recanati School of Management, Tel-Aviv University

 
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Research Interests
Microeconomic theory, Asset pricing, Capital markets and investments, Corporate finance, Industrial Organization.


 
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