Associate Professor at the Federmann School of Public Policy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Research interests: Judgment & Decision-Making, Behavioral Public Policy, Choice Architecture, Unethical Behavior, Consumer Protection.
Education: Ph.D. and M.A. in Psychology from School of Education at Hebrew Univesity, B.A. in Behavioral Sciences from Ruppin Academic Center,
Post-doctoral fellowship, with Fulbright scholarship, at Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College of Public Policy
Contact: Room 1742 | 02-5880150 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- MTurk, Prolific or panels? Choosing the right audience for online research
- Honesty Pledges for the Behaviorally-based Regulation of Dishonesty
- Nudge Me Right: Personalizing Online Security Nudges to People's Decision-Making Styles
- Improving Consumers’ Ability to Detect Native AdvertisingUsing Identified Disclosure
- Which nudges do businesses like? Managers’ attitudes towards nudges directed at their business or at their customers.
- When two wrongs make a right: The efficiency-consumption gap under separate vs. joint evaluations
- Do minorities like nudges? The role of group norms in attitudes towards behavioral policy