Ze'ev Shtudiner

Senior Lecturer

Department of Economics and Business Administration

Ariel University, Israel

Welcome to my website,

I am an experimental and behavioral economist, who earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Ben-Gurion University. I use data about human behavior in order to uncover underlying psychological factors that drive the economic decisions of individuals. My research spans a diverse range of topics that include the role of beauty in hiring decisions; psychological momentum; personality traits that affect the decisions of expert investment advisors and investors; and the value of souvenirs.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Experimental Economics

Behavioral Economics and Finance

Economics of Tourism

Updated: January 2019