Jan. 09, 2020

Harry and Carol Saal Auditorium (#202), Alon Building for Hi-Tech (#37), Marcus Family Campus, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva


Decision Making and Economic Psychology (DMEP) Center
of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
The Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality
of Hebrew University of Jerusalem

are proud to present

the Research Workshop:
Judgment and decision making in social settings:  From dyads to large crowds

Keynote Speakers:
Prof. David Budescu, Fordham University
Prof. Maurice Schweizter, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania

Please register here by Jan. 1


9:30​Registration & Refreshments
10:00Dr. Simone Moran (Head of DMEP, BGU)Welcome
10:10Keynote Prof. David Budescu (Fordham University)The Wisdom of Forecasting Teams
11:15Coffee Break
11:45Christopher Olivola (Carnegie Mellon University)
The Other-Nothing Effect: Asymmetric Considerations of Interpersonal Opportunity Costs Hinder Altruistic Decision-Making
12:10Amos Schurr (BGU)Transaction Frame Determines Preferences: Valuation of Labor by Employee and Contractor
12:35Tamar Makov (BGU)Environmental Inequalities and the Allocation of Necessary Evils
13:00Lunch Break and poster session
14:20Blitz session (15-minute talks)
 Nils Köbis (University of Amsterdam)Social norms of corruption in the field: social nudges on posters can help to reduce bribery
 Hagai Rabinovitch (BGU)Achieving more with less: intuitive correction in selection decisions
 Margarita Leib (University of Amsterdam)(Dis)honesty in Dyadic Settings: A Meta-Analysis
 Hagit Sabato (HUJI)Feel good, do good? Subjective well-being and sharing behavior among children
 Anna Dorfman (University of Waterloo)More for Us or More for Me? Social Dominance as Parochial Egoism
Ro'i Zultan (BGU)Manipulation and (mis)trust in prediction markets
15:50Coffee break
16:20Eyal Pe'er (HUJI)
Behaviorally informed regulation of dishonesty: Pledges prevent cheating while reducing regulatory burden
16:45 Rebecca Schaumberg (Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania)
Task design for the procrastinating mind
17:45Closing- Prof. Ilana Ritov (HUJI)

      1) Opposite Soroka Hospital, entry to campus at gate across from the hospital

       2) At the BGU Sports Center – entry to campus up the steps to the bridge walkway leading to the northeast gate

     Building 37 is at the northeast side of campus.:

     Exit train station to the right and walk up the ramp to the bridge leading to the campus northeast gate. 

     Upon entrance, Building 37 will be in front of you.

Please register here by Jan. 1:

We are grateful to the following sponsors:

BGU Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business & Management
I-CORE - the Israeli Centers for Research Excellence

The Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality RATIO of HUJI

The Decision Making & Economic Psychology Center DMEP of BGU​