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סגל אקדמי

פרופ' אורלי שדה

מימון ובנקאות

תחומי מחקר:

behavioral and experimental finance, financial auctions and market micro- structure (design of financial markets)

ראשי

Professor Orly Sade is an Associate Professor of Finance (with tenure) at the Department of Finance, School of Business Administration, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Orly Sade is a Visiting Associate Professor at NYU Shanghai and Stern School of Business, NYU, and serves on the board of directors of the Israeli Securities Authority. She has been a visiting Associate Professor at additional leading universities around the world (IE Madrid and NES, Moscow) and has received letters of recognition for excellent teaching. Orly Sade's research has been published in leading international academic journals and has been presented at leading academic conferences. Professor Orly Sade served as director of the BA program at The Hebrew University and received the Abe Gray awards from the President of the Hebrew University. She has been awarded several research grants including one from the Israel Science Foundation.

Professor Orly Sade was a member of the advisory board of the Israeli Ministry of Finance’s capital market division and a member of the Ministry of Finance committee which selected a company which cites non trade-able assets. She also served as a member of the investment committee for the "Hadassah” pension fund (part of the Israeli pension reform), the provident fund for Hebrew University employees, the welfare fund for Hebrew University employees, the investment committee responsible for investing funds of the academic staff union of Hebrew University, and "responsibility” mutual funds. She served as a member of the board of directors of the Hebrew University provident fund and as an outside director at Sigma Mutual Funds. She advised financial institutions and companies in the fields of finance, debt offerings and tenders. She worked in the banking sector and the Banking Supervision Department of the Bank of Israel.