The 1st Coller Conference on Behavioral Economics (CCBE): Incentives and Behavior Change
The 1st Coller Conference on Behavioral Economics (CCBE):
Incentives and Behavior Change
Tel Aviv University
July 3 & 4, 2016
The Coller School of Management held a two-day workshop on Incentives and Behavior Change on July 3 and 4, 2016. The goal of the workshop was to bring together economists, psychologists, law, health science and other relevant researchers to discuss how we can use research insights to help people and organizations achieve a desirable behavior change.
The long term goal of this initiative is to build a leading Center for Behavior Change at the Coller School of Management that will connect the science of behavior change with "real world" problems.
Academic Organizers: Ayala Arad, Shai Danziger, Uri Gneezy and Yaniv Shani
A panel on Incentives for Improving Wellness, July 4,
The Coller School of Management held a panel dealing with the topic of interventions that attempt to change employees’ health-related behaviors. The panel included local leaders from industry, government offices and international academia.
Panel: Uri Gneezy (Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego), Momo Mahadav (MAALA organization), Tomer Nitzan (Movement), Amir Nutman (Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center), Eli Rosenberg (Israel’s Ministry of Health) and Sharon Toker (Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University)