Diploma, School Law and Economics, 1955. Master of Arts, School of Law and Economics, 1958. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1958.
Doctor of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1961.
Research associate Falk Institute of Economic Research, Jerusalem, 1961-1964. Lecturer Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Kaplan School of Economics and Social Science, 1961-1966. Faculty of management Tel-Aviv University, since 1966, first dean of the school, head accounting department, faculty, 1966-1970, academy director Training and Enterprise Council, 1973-1976, Daniel and Grace Ross professor International business, 1976-1979, Issacar Haimovic professor business policy, 1979-1992, professor emeritus, since 1992.
Director, Chief Executive Officer Jerusalem Institute of Management, 1981-1987. Rector College Management, Rishon Lezion, Israel, 1996—2001. Visiting professor Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Department Industrial Administration, 1962-1964, Columbia University Graduate School Business, 1964-1965, City University of New York, Baruch School of Business Administration, 1965 summer, New York University, Graduate School Business Administration, fall 1965, summer 1969, Stanford University, Graduate School Business Administration, 1970-1971, l'Institut pour l'Etude des methodes de Direction de l'Enterprise, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1971-1972, summer 1972-1974, 76, University California, Berkeley, Department Economics Boston University, 1977.
Thomas Henry Caroll Ford Foundation visiting professor graduate school business administration Harvard University, 1978-1979, visiting scholar, 1984-1985. Jean Paul Sticht visiting professor international business Fuqua school business administration Duke University, 1987-1995, visiting professor center international development research, 1989-1995, director center international business education and research, 1992-1995. Member international academy advisory board Tel Aviv International School Management, 1994.
Consultant in field.
Fellow International Academy Management, Academy International Business. Member Academy of Management (program committee international management division 1989-1994, program committee business policy division 1994, doctoral consortium faculty international management division 1993).
Married Nili Aharoni (deceased). 2 children.