Abe Gray Prize given to Hebrew University Business School researcher

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Abe Gray Prize given to Hebrew University Business School researcher

Jerusalem, June 4, 2007 - The Abe Gray Prize was awarded today at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to Dr. Moshe (Shiki) Levy of the university’s Jerusalem School of Business Administration.

The prize was established by the late Abe Gray, a leading businessman in the Canadian soft drink industry who was identified for many years with the Hebrew University, including service on its Board of Governors and recipient of an honorary fellowship.

The prize, for research in business and finance, was awarded to Levy, 39, for his work in the area of "social phase transition," a field which studies and analyzes events leading to dramatic changes in society.

Dr.Levy’s father, Prof. Haim Levy, is also a member of the faculty of the Jerusalem School of Business Administration at the Hebrew University.

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