- Professional Experience:
Lecturer, Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya.
1996-2001: EDRB and World Bank: privatization and financing projects to build power stations in countries of the former Soviet Union; 1987-1989: Israel Corporation, analyst of mergers and acquisitions, and stock issues; 1985-1987: Migdal Insurance, assistant to the head of investments; 1980-1985: Economist, International Division, Israel Discount Bank.
1975: Ph.D., School of Business Administration, Georgia State University.
1973: M.B.A., School of Business Administration, Georgia State Universityin physics, Tel Aviv University.
1972: B.A., School of Business Administration, Georgia State Universityin physics, Tel Aviv University.
- Subjects Taught:
Capital markets and corporate governance in Israel; assessing financial assets; the Israeli economy in a global era.
- Research Interests:
Finance; Israeli capital markets; global economics; international finance; evaluating the worth of companies; market failures and capital markets; financing projects and infrastructure; development policy.
1. A. Ben Mizrachi, I. Proccacia, N. Rosenberg, A. Scmidt, and H.G. Schuster, 1985, "Real and Apparent Divergencies in Low-Frequency Spectra of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems", Phys. Rev. A 31, 1830.
2. Ben Mizrachi and I. Procaccia, 1985, "On the Wrinkling of Mode-Locked Tori in the Transition to Chaos" , Phys. Rev. A 31, 3990.
3. A. Ben Mizrachi, I. Procaccia and P. Grassberger, 1984, "Characterization of Experimental (Noisy) Strange Attractors", Phys. Rev. A 29, 975.
4. A. Ben Mizrachi, 1984, "On the Elimination of Irrelevant Variables in Non-Linear Systems", Phys. Rev. A 30, 2708.
5. A. Ben Mizrachi and I. Procaccia, 1984, "Universal Power Law for the Dimension of Strange Attractors Near the Onset of Chaos" , Phys. Rev. Lett. 53, 1704.