Ramy Elitzur is the Edward J. Kernaghan Professor in Financial Analysis at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Previously he has served as the Executive Director, MBA Programs and Acting Academic Director of EMBA at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Previously he has taught at the Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University and Stern School of Business Administration, New York University. Ramy has won several teaching awards including in 2006 the prestigious Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Ramy Elitzur has earned a Ph.D. and M.Phil. from Stern School of Business Administration, New York University and an MBA from Recanati School of Business Tel Aviv University. In addition, he holds US CPA and CMA designations.
Ramy’s area of research is game theory applied to financial situations. His publications are in various top journals in finance, economics and accounting.
Ramy Elitzur’s professional expertise includes financial statement analysis and valuation. Professor Elitzur has also served as an expert witness in lawsuits involving financial reporting in the US, Canada and Israel. In February 2007 Ramy has appeared before The House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance on Income Trusts. Ramy was a member of the audit committee of the University of Toronto and the Accounting & Audit Policy Committee of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance.
Professor Elitzur has been quoted in the Associated Press, Boston Globe, The Bottom Line, Business Insider, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, Edmonton Journal, Financial Times, The Globe and Mail, The Huffington Post, Maclean’s Magazine, La Presse, The Lawyers Weekly, Los Angeles Times, the National Post, New York Times, The Ottawa Citizen, Time Magazine and the Toronto Star. Professor Elitzur was interviewed on BNN, CBC, CFMT, CTV, Global TV, OMNI, Newsworld, Newsnet, and the Life Channel.