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Shachar Kariv

University of California, Berkeley


Speaker Bio

Shachar Kariv, PhD, is a professor and distinguished teaching fellow at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, and the Benjamin N. Ward Professor of Economics and department chair at the university. Dr. Kariv has conducted research in experimental and behavioral economics to understand individual preferences and attitudes toward risk and time, and is considered a leading game theorist. He is also the co-founder and chief scientist at Capital Preferences.



Previously, Dr. Kariv served as the faculty director of the experimental Social Science Laboratory at UC Berkeley. He has also held visiting professorships at Stanford, Princeton, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, European University Institute, and Norwegian School of Economics, among others. He has received numerous awards, including the Sloan Research Fellowship and special recognition for distinguished excellence in teaching from UC Berkeley. Dr. Kariv has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Tel Aviv University, and a master’s degree and doctorate in economics from New York University.



 

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