DR. MOTY AMAR

DR. MOTY AMAR

ACADEMIC ‎DIRECTOR OF BEHAVIORAL LAB; MEMBER OF THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE OF FACULTY OF BUSUNESS ADMINISTRATION

CURRICULUM VITAE  ResearchGate

  • Professional Experience:
    Marketing and economic consultation to many companies and ‎organizations; CFO, Clementina Design Group; Director of physical and social ‎budget, City of Jerusalem: Assistant to the Deputy Minister of Finance and Chairman of the State Comptroller’s ‎Committee; economic and statistical testing, Research Department, Supervisor of Banks. ‎

 

  • Education:
    2010: Post-doctoral, Duke University, North Carolina
    ‎2009: Ph.D., in marketing, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    1999: M.B.A., in marketing and finance, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    ‎1996: B.A. magna cum laude‎ in economics and sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 

 

  • Subjects Taught:
    Marketing research, marketing strategy, brand management, marketing health ‎professions, decision-making for individuals and firms.

 

  • Research Interests:
    Consumer behavior, judgment and decision-making.

  • Publications:

    1. Schrift Rom Y and Amar Moty. (2015). Pain and Preferences: Observed Decisional Conflict and the Convergence of Preferences. Journal of Consumer Research, ucv041.‏

     

    2. Gvili Yaniv, Tal Aner, Amar Moty, Hallak Yael, Wansink Brian., Giblin Michael and Bommelaer Colombe. (2015). Fresh from the tree: Implied motion improves food evaluation. Food Quality and Preference46, 160-165.

    3. Amar Moty, Ariely Dan, Ayal Shahar, Cryder Cindy and Rick Scott. (2011), “Winning the Battle but Losing the War: The Psychology of Debt Management.” Journal of Marketing Research48, 38-50. 

     

    4. Bar-Hillel, M., Budescu, D.V. & Amar, M. (2008) Predicting World Cup results: Do goals seem more likely when they pay off?Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(2), 278-283.

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