Professor Cohen's research interests are in the areas of Corporate Finance, Industrial Organization, Law and Economics, Structural Econometric methods and the intersections of these fields. In recent work on corporate governance, he examines the design of corporate governance laws and their varying incidence on differentially structured firms. In recent industrial organization work on airline markets, he examines the supply and demand effects of hubs and the impact of Low Cost Carriers. Cohen teaches the MBA level course on Capital Markets and Investments.
B.A (Economics), LL.B. (JD equivalent), Hebrew University, 2004; M.A. (Economics), Hebrew University, 2005; Ph.D. (Economics), MIT, 2009
Joined CBS in 2009
Teaching and research interest
Debt Covenants and Capital Structure: Evidence from an Exogenous Shock to Debt Capacity Working Paper (2012)
Revisiting Corporate Governance Regulation: Firm Heterogeneity and the Market for Corporate Domicile Working Paper (2011)
Estimation of a Dynamic Oligopoly Entry Game in the U.S. Airline Industry: Hubs, and LCC Working Paper (2010)