• Phone: 617-353-2665
  • E-Mail:  shaked@bu.edu
  • Website: http://management.bu.edu
  • Office: 518G
  • Office Hours: By Appointment
  • Address: Boston University School of Management
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215
  • Education Open or Close

    DBS, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, Finance, 1980.

    MBA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Finance, 1976.

    BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Economics, 1973.

    BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Statistics, 1973.

  • Current CoursesOpen or Close

    SMG FE449 A1 Corporate Financial Management

    SMG FE449 D1 Corporate Financial Management

  • PublicationsOpen or Close

    Journal Articles:

      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2013). “Cornerstone of Financial Decision-Making: Credible Projections.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2013). “The Valuation of NOLs in a Bankruptcy Reorganization.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Paul, D., (2013). “A Primer to Cost of Capital for the Distressed/Bankrupt Company.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Plastino, D., D'Arezzo, P., (2013). “Buyouts Gone Bad: Common Themes in Failed Leveraged Transactions.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2013). “Quantifying the Impact of Fraud: Application of the Guideline Publicly Traded Company Approach.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Plastino, D., (2012). Soft Capital, Hard Times: Distressed Professional and Financial Services Firms. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2012). Case Studies in Corporate Bankruptcy Valuation. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Plastino, D., (2012). Debtor Beware: Double-Edged Sword of Financial Leverage. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2011). Bankruptcy Valuation Hearings: As Highly Contested as Ever.. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., D'Arezzo, P., (2011). To Be or Not to Be Confirmed: A Debtor’s Post-Reorganization Viability. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Plastino, D., D'Arezzo, P., (2010). Playing the Market (Approach): Going Beyond the DCF Valuation Methodology.. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Orelowtiz, B., Marcus, M., (2010). Comparable Company Valuation Methodology: Details Often Overlooked. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Plastino, D., D'Arezzo, P., (2009). Financial Crisis of 2008 and Preliminary Framework for Analyzing Financially-distressed Firms.. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal,

      Shaked, I., D'Arezzo, P., (2009). Earnings: Quality vs. Quantity.. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


      Shaked, I., Oded, J., Michel, A., “Institutional Investors, IPOs and the Firm’s Operating Performance.”. Financial Analyst Journal,

      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., “Quantifying the Impact of Fraud: Application of the Guideline Publicly Traded Company Approach.”. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Alexandria.


    Books:

      Shaked, I., Reilly, R. F., (2013). A Practical Guide to Bankruptcy Valuation. Alexandria: American Bankruptcy Institute.


    Working Papers:

      Shaked, I., Reilly, R. F., (2013). A Practical Guide to Bankruptcy Valuation (Textbook). : American Bankruptcy Institute Journal.


      Shaked, I., D'Arezzo, P., (2013). A Primer to Cost of Capital for the Distressed/Bankrupt Company. Alexandria: American Bankruptcy Institute Journal.


      Shaked, I., Orelowitz, B., (2013). Quantifying the Impact of Fraud: Application of the Guideline Publicly Traded Company Approach. Alexandria: American Bankruptcy Institute Journal.


      Shaked, I., Michel, A., Oded, J., The Case of IPO Stocks: Information Content of Public Float and Operating Performance.

      Shaked, I., Michel, A., Rainy Day Investing: Do We Have It Wrong?.

  • Research PresentationsOpen or Close

    Invited Lectures:

      Shaked, I., (Presenter & Author), Cross-Examining a Financial Expert in Valuation Cases: The Key Issues, Sullivan & Worcester, Boston. (November 5, 2013).

      Shaked, I., (Presenter & Author), Hartford Business Roundtable, Valuation of the Closely Held Business, Hartford Business Roundtable, Hartford,CT. (May 21, 2013).

      Shaked, I., (Presenter & Author), Boston Business Roundtable, Getting Down to Business: The Valuation of Closely Held Companies for Compensation and Employee Separation Purposes, Martha Cullina LLP, Boston. (May 14, 2013).

      Shaked, I., (Presenter & Author), Michel, A., (Author Only), Oded, J., (Author Only), World Finance Conference, Ownership Structure and Performance: Evidence from the Public Float in IPOs, Larnaka, Cyprus. (July 1, 2013).

      Shaked, I., (Presenter and Author), Bankruptcy: The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business, Tel Aviv University. (January 2, 2012).

      Shaked, I., (Presenter and Author), The Role of the Financial Expert in the Bankruptcy Process, Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business, Tel-Aviv University. (December 31, 2012).

  • General ServiceOpen or Close

    Service to the School:

      International, Alumni Relations/Fundraising/Public Relations, Finance  Department, Other Role. (January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013).

      Mentoring Instructors @ Finance/Economics Department, Other Role. (January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013).

      Alumni Relationships/Fundraising, Other Role. (January 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012).

  • Conference ActivitiesOpen or Close

      World Finance Conference, Ownership Structure and Performance: Evidence from the Public Float in IPOs, Panelist. (July 1, 2013 - July 3, 2013).

  • Academic, Military and Professional PositionsOpen or Close

    Board Member and Contributing Editor, American Bankruptcy Institute. (1997 - Present).

    Co-founder and Managing Director, The Michel-Shaked Group. (1991 - Present).

    Founder and President, Back Bay Management Corporation. (1985 - Present).

    Professor, Finance/Economics, Boston University School of Management. (1978 - Present).

  • BroadcastsOpen or Close

    TV

      Analysis of the American Airlines-U.S. Air Merger, 12/12/2013, NECN- (PR for BU).
      "The Potential Consequences of Boeing 787 Dreamliners' Problems", 01/07/2013, NECN- (PR for BU).