Nurit Hod <> Ph.D. Candidate at HUJI Public Policy
I have an M.B.A. in marketing and I served as Marketing Director in several global companies in Israel, where I gained extensive experience in marketing strategy, branding and marketing communication (MarCom). For my Ph.D. research I study unethical consumption and its consequences on consumers' satisfaction and recommendations.
mali Mali Ivas  <>  Ph.D. Student at HUJI Public Policy
I have an M.A. from a research track in educational psychology at the Hebrew University (BA in psychology and education, Hebrew University). I worked for many years at Mesila, a welfare institution for girls at risk, as counselor, teacher and then deputy director of the school. I am a teaching assistant/tutor in courses on social psychology of the classroom and quantitative research methods. My PhD research will focus on nudges of self-control among adolescents. 

Limor Sahar-Inbar <> Ph.D. Candidate at Bar-Ilan Business School
I have a B.A. and M.B.A. in Business Administration. I am Head of the Research Analysis Center at Holon Institute of Technology and I teach Marketing Management and SPSS at HIT. I was previously VP of Marketing and Research at "Midgam Research and Consulting" and my research interests are in the field of consumers' behavior and decision-making. For my Ph.D. research, I study consumers' preferences between volume and similarity in online reviews.

Hilla Schupak  <> Ph.D. Candidate at HUJI Public Policy
I am a certified Psychologist (B.A from the Open University, 2007 and M.A from the Hebrew University, 2010) and I teach at the Open University (research methods, cognitive psychology and JDM). For my Ph.D. research, I’m interested in children choices and decision. Specifically, I explore the effect of the number of alternatives in a choice set on childrens' choices and satisfaction from their choice.



Ariel Tikotsky <> Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan Business School
I'm an industrial engineer by training (Tel-Aviv University), with expertise in digital transformation and knowledge management. I’m interested in behavioral economics in general and in choice architecture in particular. For my Ph.D research I explored how disclosing nudges might affect those nudges' effectiveness. I strive to help governmental agencies and NGOs harness the power of behavioral economics to better serve their customers.