Yoram Kroll is a Professor Emeritus at the Hebrew University Business School. He is a former visiting lecturer at Wharton, City University of New York, University of Florida, and Virginia Institute of Technology.
Prof. Kroll chairs the Investment Committee of Financial Institutions, and chaired the Kfar Giladi Quarries, Shefit Biological Laboratories Ltd., served as CEO of the Takam Foundation, and initiated projects at Shefayim and Kfar Giladi Quarries.
His research is on capital markets, corporate finance, behavioral economics, models for prioritizing risk alternatives, and collective economics.Prof. Kroll is a graduate in economics and statistics and holds a MA and PHD degrees in business administration from the Hebrew University.