2006 Willis L.M. Reese Prize: Zohar Goshen
The Class of 2006 honored Professor Zohar Goshen with the Willis L.M. Reese Prize on Graduation Day.
Zohar Goshen's Biography
Ono Academic College, Faculty of law, Kiryat Ono, 2005-present; Phillip P. Mizock and Estelle Mizock Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1991-2005. Visiting appointments at Yale Law School, 1999; NYU Law School, 2000; and Columbia Law School, 2001, 2002, 2003. Chairperson, Israeli Securities Authority’s Corporate Governance Code Committee; Chairperson, Israeli Ministry of Trade’s Committee for Reevaluating the Israeli Antitrust Law; Chairperson of the Disciplinary Court of Securities Advisers and Portfolio Managers, 1997-2000; Director (for public interests), Israel’s Discount Bank, 1997-2002 (state-appointed); Director of the Israeli Securities Authority (Israel’s SEC), 1995-1997. Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of Israel, to the Honorable Chief Justice Meir Shamgar, 1986-87. Member of Israel’s Democracy Institute. Fulbright Fellowship, 1989; Rothschild Fellowship 1989; and Olin Foundation Fellowship, Center for Law, Economics and Public Policy, Yale Law School, 1990.
Publications include Shareholder Dividend Options, Yale Law Journal; Controlling Strategic Voting: Property Rule or Liability Rule?, Southern California Law Review; On Insider Trading, Markets, and ‘Negative’ Property Rights in Information, Virginia Law Review (with Gideon Parchomovsky); The Efficiency of Controlling Corporate Self-Dealing: Theory Meets Reality, California Law Review; The Essential Role of Securities Regulation, Duke Law Journal (with Gideon Parchomovsky).