Nitzan Shilon

Assistant Professor of Law

When it comes to monitoring people who manage other people’s money or other resources, agency theory highlights one simple fact: that nothing – not (i) state-of-the-art markets, financial incentives, and corporate governance mechanisms; nor (ii) comprehensive regulation and effective monitoring by governmental agencies; nor (iii) relentless and ruthless media and public sentiment – can perfectly substitute for simple human integrity.”

  • Nitzan Shilon’s research centers on corporate and financial law, with a focus on the emerging trends in executive compensation, corporate control and corporate finance. Trained in both law and economics, Professor Shilon received his LL.M. and S.J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. (Economics; summa cum laude) and an M.A. (Financial Economics; magna cum laude) from Tel-Aviv University School of Economics. At Harvard Law School, he won the John M. Olin Student Writing Prize in Law & Economics, the J Terence M. Considine Fellowship in Law and Economics, the Byse Fellowship, and the Fulbright Fellowship. In addition, he taught at Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School and Harvard College. He also practiced corporate law in leading law firms in New York City and in Israel.

    Curriculum Vitae

    Education:

    • LL.M. and S.J.D., Harvard Law School
    • B.A. and M.A., Tel-Aviv University School of Economics
    • LL.B., Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

    E-mail:

    nshilon@sjd.law.harvard.edu

    • Business Associations
    • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Governance Seminar

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