This is a course about the financial decision-making process largely from the point of view of the CEO of an entrepreneurial venture, ranging from very early to very late stages. The course takes a two-pronged approach: First, we develop tools...
Associate Professor, Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- PhD, Business Economics, Harvard University, 2012
- MA, Financial Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2007
- BA, Mathematics and Economics, Ben Gurion University, 2005
- Associate Professor of Finance, Stanford GSB, 2016-present
- Assistant Professor of Finance, Stanford GSB, 2012-2016
- SIEPR Faculty Fellow, 2016-present
- NBER Faculty Research Fellow, 2015-present
- NBER Faculty Research Fellow (Productivity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship), 2015-present
Awards and Honors
- Dhirubhai Ambani Faculty Scholar in Entrepreneurship for 2015-2016
- Brattle Prize Winner (First Prize) for Best Paper in the Journal of Finance, 2015
- Younger Family Faculty Scholar, Stanford GSB, 2013-2014
- Kauffman Foundation Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship
- Best paper award, Coller Institute, London Business School
- Ewing Marion Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship
The Contribution of High-Skilled Immigrants to Innovation in the United States | PDF
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Who Creates New Firms when Local Opportunities Arise? | PDF
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This course provides an introduction to empirical research in corporate finance, with an emphasis on the application of cross-sectional and panel data econometric techniques for causal inference. Topics include investment policy, entrepreneurship...
Executive Education & Other Non-Degree Programs
- Seed Transformation ProgramGain leadership training and networking support through this comprehensive program for established entrepreneurs in Africa and India.
Stanford Case Studies
BloomThat: Navigating the Ups and Downs of a Silicon Valley Start-up | E685
Shai Bernstein, Robert E. Siegel, Joseph N. Golden2019
Illuminate Ventures: Raising a Venture Fund | E473
Shai Bernstein, Arthur Korteweg, Sara Rosenthal2013
Stanford University Affiliations
- Faculty Affiliate, King Center on Global Development
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