Daniel C. Feiler, Ph.D.

I am an Assistant Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in the Strategy & Management group (beginning July 1, 2014).  Having received my Ph.D. from Duke University, I joined the faculty at Tuck as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Fall of 2012.

My research explores managerial learning and decision making at the intersection of organizational behavior, cognitive psychology, and behavioral economics. I am particularly interested in how managers can learn false lessons from experience, leading to errors in strategic decisions. I have a secondary interest in persuasion to elicit pro-social behavior.  My work is published in Management Science, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and Climatic Change.  

Feiler & Kleinbaum. Psychological Science, 2015. Popularity, Similarity, and the Network Extraversion Bias.

Sah & Feiler. Draft in progress. "Trust and the disclosure of conflicts of interest."

Feiler & Taylor. Working paper. "Leader over-attribution: Managerial dismissal for measurable bad luck in baseball." Under review.

Feiler. Working paper. "The capability asymmetry: Why my boss underestimates me." Revision invited.

Tong & Feiler. Working paper. "A model of intuitive forecasting: Cognitive simulation and naive statistics." Revision invited.

Feiler, Tong, & Larrick. Management Science, 2013. Biased judgment in censored environments.

Feiler, Tost, & Grant. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2012. Mixed reasons, missed givings: The costs of blending egoistic and altruistic reasons in donation requests.

(For educational purposes only.)