Adrian Ziderman


Dr Adrian Ziderman is Emeritus Professor of Economics at Bar-Ilan University, Israel, where he held the Sir Isaac Wolfson Chair in Economics and Business Administration. He was born in the UK and educated at Cambridge and Stanford universities and at the LSE (PhD). He is a former UK State Scholar and Fulbright Scholar. His fields of specialty are in the economics and financing of education; the economics, evaluation and finance of vocational education and training; and university funding, including student loans and cost-sharing. He was formerly Senior Economist for Human Resources at the World Bank in Washington. He has served as a consultant to many international organizations as well as to government ministries in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe. He is currently Editor of the International Journal of Manpower (Emerald), Research Chair and Trustee, Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and President of the International Network of Business & Management Journal Editors (INBAM).

Previous Presentations

Spotlight Workshop (2017) | Ethical Issues and Dilemmas in Academic Publishing: An Interactive Workshop

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