Prof. Mohliver is a strategy scholar specialising in quantitative research of business ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR) at London Business School. Prof. Mohliver seeks to help stakeholders understand what drives bad behaviour in firms, and by firms so that the conditions leading to potential costly organizational misconduct can be avoided.
Prof. Mohliver studies this question in a variety of settings ranging from executive stock option backdating and financial restatements, to student plagiarism and violence in professional sports. In a related research stream he examine how social mobilisation to support diversity, environmental sustainability and labour safety can in fact push some firms to pollute, discriminate and abuse labour even more.
Prof. Mohliver regularly publishes in top-tier peer-reviewed academic journals including Administrative Science Quarterly and Organization Science as well as non-peer reviewed policy papers, articles and editorials. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Strategic Management Journal and in 2017 received an Outstanding Editorial Board Member Award for his service. He is a frequent contributor to articles in the popular and managerial press including outlets such as the Fortune in the U.K. and TheMarker and Globes magazine in Israel.
Prof. Mohliver was the domestic policy advisor to Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu (2005-2007) and an advisor to the Head of the Economics Committee in the Israeli Parliament (2004-2005). He was a member of the advisory committee to the Israeli Committee on Competitiveness and worked closely with the Israeli Securities Authority.
Prof. Mohliver graduated magna cum laude from the Hebrew University, majoring in Politics, Philosopy and Economics (PPE) and in Finance and Strategy (MA) and holds a Ph.D. in Business from Columbia University.