Prof. Yaniv Grinstein
Head of Finance Specialization
Yaniv Grinstein is a Full Professor of Finance at the Arison School of Business, Reichman University, an Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Johnson Graduate School of Managment, Cornell University, and a research member at the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI). He holds a PhD and an MSc from Carnegie Mellon University and an undergraduate degree and an MSc from the Technion. Professor Grinstein's research interests are in corporate finance and corporate governance.
Grinstein's research was published in leading academic journals, including The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, Management Science, Review of Finance, JFQA, and others. He is the recipient of the Sharpe award for the best paper published in the JFQA in 2020, the Best Paper Award from the Boca Corporate Finance and Governance Conference in 2020, the Research Excellence Award from IDC Herzliya in 2016, the Management Science Distinguished Service Award in 2014, the Best Paper Award from The Journal of Financial Intermediation in 2006, and the Best Paper in Corporate Finance Award from the Southwestern Finance Association in 2005. He also received numerous recognitions for teaching excellence.
In the past, Grinstein also held positions as a visiting scholar at the Securities and Exchange Commission, as an associate editor of Management Science and as an editor in Corporate Governance: International Review.
Before arriving in Reichman University, Grinstein was a tenured Associate Professor of Finance at Cornell University. at Reichman University, Professor Grinstein serves as a co-head of the master program in financial economics and the head of the undergraduate programs in Finance.
De Angelis, D., Grinstein, Y., 2020, Relative Performance Evaluation in CEO Compensation: a Talent Retention Explanation, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 55, 2099-2123.
Allen F., Carletti, and Grinstein, Y., 2018,
International Evidence on Firm Level Decisions in Response to the Crisis:
Shareholders vs. Other Stakeholders, Journal of the Japanese and
International Economies 47, 3-16.