Conference Program

Monday, July 12, 2021 | Leon Hall, Recanati

8:30-9:15          Registration and Refreshments

 

Session 1

9:15-9:30          Opening remarks & Dean׳s Greetings, Moshe Zviran

9:30-9:50          Ayelet Fishbach, Booth School of Business, The University of Chicago
                                The Bigger the Problem, the Littler

9:50-10:10        Ori Plonsky, The Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion
                                 Best to be Last: Serial Position Effects in Legal Decisions in the Field and in the Lab

10:10-10:30      Ilana Ritov, School of Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem    
                                  Looking the Other Way: Ignoring the Cause of Deficiency

 

10:30-11:00      Coffee Break

 

Session 2

11:00-11:20      Simone Moran, Department of Management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
                                  Negotiating All or Part of the Seller’s Endowment

11:20-11:40      Dotan Persitz, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University          
                                  Design Invariance in the Classic Consumer Choice Problem

11:40-12:00      Itai Ater, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University
                                  Price Saliency and Fairness: Evidence from Regulatory Shaming 

 

12:00-14:00      Lunch & Poster Session

Session 3

14:00-14:20      Tali Regev, Tiomkin School of Economics, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya       
                                   Do Languages Generate Future-Oriented Economic Behavior? Experimental Evidence for Causal Effects

14:20-14:40      Ori Weisel, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University
                                  Perceptions of Conflict: Parochial Cooperation and Outgroup Spite Revisited

14:40-15:00      Ori Heffetz, Johnson School of Management, Cornell University, and The Bogen Family Department                                                                  of Economics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
                                   Estimating the Perceived Relative COVID Risk of Different Social-Interaction Behaviors

15:00-15:20      Yoram Halevy, Department of Economics, University of Toronto            
                                   Randomize at Your Own Risk: On the Observability of Ambiguity Aversion

 

15:20-16:00      Coffee Break

 

Session 4 

16:00-16:20      Ro’i Zultan, Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
                                  Goodhart’s Law in the Labor Market: Quality and Quantity

16:20-16:40      Eyal Peer, The Federmann School of Public Policy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
                                  Honesty Pledges for the Behavioral Regulation of Dishonesty

16:40-17:00      Clareta Treger, The School of Political Science, Government and International Affairs, Tel Aviv University
                                   When do People Accept Government Paternalism? Experimental Evidence

 

17:00-17:30      Coffee Break

 

Session 5

17:30-17:50      On Amir, Rady School of Management, UC San Diego   
                                   Tangential Immersion: Increasing Persistence in Low-Attention Behaviors

17:50-18:10      Rakefet Ackerman, The Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion     
                                   Meta-Reasoning: How Effective are People with their “Don’t Know” Responses?

18:10-18:30      Hannah (Trachtman) Luk-Zilberman, The Bogen Family Department of Economics, The Hebrew University of                                             Jerusalem

                                  Productivity and Psychology: Evidence from Multiple Income Effects and 115,579 Bags

 

Organizing Committee:

Ayala Arad, Shai Danziger, Uri Gneezy and Yaniv Shani

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