I’m an experimental economist with a background in cognitive and experimental psychology. I’m mainly interested in understanding how groups shape cognition and behavior as well as in more broad issues of cooperation and behavior in teams. I’m also interested in some basic game theoretical issues, behavior in markets, and experimental methodology.
I’m currently an associate professor at the department of economics at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the director of the Negev Experimental Economics Laboratory. I'm also a member of the Center for Decision Making and Economic Psychology.