Joshua Ronen


Professor Ronen has served as associate director of research for the AICPA Accounting Objective Study Group and, in that capacity, was intimately involved in formulating the objectives of financial statements, which were ultimately incorporated into the Financial Accounting Standard Boards Conceptual Framework. He also served as President of the Price Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies and Director of the Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research at the Stern School of Business, New York University.

He has served or is serving on the boards of numerous journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, the Accounting Review, Accounting, Organization and Society, Management Science, Journal of Business Research, the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Journal of Behavioral Economics, and the Journal of Management and Governance. He also served as Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance and is currently an executive co-editor of the Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting.


  1. BulletCalifornia Israel Committee for Trade and Technology, 1967-1970.

  2. BulletPhD. Business Administration Stanford University Palo Alto, California 1969.

  3. BulletHebrew University, Tel-Aviv - Accounting, 1955-59 - Graduate

  4. BulletHebrew University, Tel-Aviv - Economics, 1963-65 - B.A.

  5. BulletStanford University (ICAME) - Financial Management, 1966-67 - ICAME, Certificate

  6. BulletStanford University, Ph.D. in Business Administration.



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  1. BulletScholarly awards from the Hebrew University for high performance (1958, 1964 and 1965).

  1. BulletFord Foundation ICAME Fellowship to selected teachers of Business Management outside the U. S.: 1966-67, 1967-68 and 1968-69.

  1. BulletAbacus award for the best paper in 2008, presented during the American Accounting Association meetings on August 3, 2009.


  1. BulletMember of the American Accounting Association.

  2. BulletMember of the American Economic Association.

  3. BulletMember of the Management Science Institute.

  4. BulletMember of the American Psychological Association.

  5. BulletMember of the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics.

  6. BulletMember of the Israel Association of Certified Public Accountants (Active in the Committee on Accounting Research, 1964-65).

  7. BulletHebrew University Students' Association (Member of the Steering Committee, 1956-57).

  8. BulletIsrael Student's Organization in the U. S. and Canada (Chairman of the Stanford Branch, 1968-69).

  9. BulletCalifornia Israel Committee for Trade and Technology, 1967-1970