Behavioral Economics

[RG # 120] Behavioral Decision Making 

February 15, 2010 - August 15, 2010

Organizer:

Eyal Winter (The Hebrew University)

Behavioral Decision Making is the study of how people make decisions. It draws together research from psychology, economics, political science, and management, among other fields. Research in behavioral decision making includes both mathematical modeling of behavior as well as empirical work (primarily experimental), where subjects fact a strategic environment in the lab with incentives generated by real monetary payoffs.

 

Members

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Itzhak Aharon

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IDC Herzliya/ The Hebrew University
Itzhak is a professor at IDC Herzliya and in the Center for Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Gary Bornstein

FELLOW
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Gary is a professor in the Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Giorgio Coricelli

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CNRS
Giorgio is a professor in the Centre de neorosciences cognitives (CNC) at CNRS, France.
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Ido Erev

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Technion
Ido is a professor in Industrial Engineering and Management at Technion - Israel Insitute of Technology.
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Simon Gaechter

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University of Nottingham
Simon is a professor in the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham.
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Rosemarie Nagel

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Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Rosemarie is a professor in the Department of Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
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Ron Siegel

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Northwestern University
Ron is a professor in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University.
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Eyal Winter

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Eyal is a professor in the Center of Rationality and the Department of Economics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.