Stream: Artificial Intelligence
Amirs research examines the economic effects of financial and non-financial reporting. He is also interested in the consequences (and interaction) of accounting and capital regulation of financial institutions.
Prior to joining Oxford Saïd, Amir held a position as University Lecturer at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and prior to that worked at Lehman Brothers in London. He received his PhD and MPhil in Finance from the University of Cambridge.
Amir held visiting positions at Harvard Business School, at New York University Stern School of Business, at Columbia Business School, and at the University of Bologna. Amir sat on the Board of Directors of the European Financial Management Association and on the Advisory Board of the Pension Investments Academy. He is the 2010 recipient of the Salje Medal for the best PhD in the Social Sciences, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, and received the Judge Business School teaching award in 2011.
During his time at Cambridge, he has taught finance and accounting courses to MBA and Masters Programmes as well as on executive programmes for entrepreneurs, engineers, lawyers, finance and medical professionals. He has taught or consulted for the financial services industry in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Alongside his role at Saïd Business School, Amir is a Research Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford.