I am a senior lecturer in the Organizational Behavior group at the Coller School of Management. I received my PhD Social Psychology and Rationality in 2011 from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and afterwards I was a research fellow in the Max Planck Institute for Economics in Jena, Germany, and in the Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics at the University of Nottingham.
Dr. Ori Weisel
2002: BA in Computer Science and Humanities, Tel Aviv University, Israel
2005: MA in Cognitive Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
2011: PhD in Social Psychology and Rationality, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
2011-2013: Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena Germany
2013-2016: Research Fellow, CeDEx, University of Nottingham
2016-current: Senior Lecturer, Organizational Behavior, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University
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Fields of interest
Cooperation; Negative consequences of cooperation; Unethical behavior in collaborative settings;
Determinants of intra- and inter-group conflict and cooperation;
Cooperation and competition in social dilemmas under uncertainty
Peer reviewed journals
(* authors ordered alphabetically, ** student first author)
* Fallucchi, F., Fatas, E., Kölle, F., & Weisel, O. (forthcoming, Experimental Economics). Not all Group Members are created Equal: Heterogeneous Abilities in Inter-group Contests.
Weisel, O. (2019). Do people always invest less in attack than defense? Possible qualifying factors. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42.
* Crosetto, P., Weisel, O., & Winter, F. (2019). A flexible z-Tree and oTree implementation of the Social Value Orientation Slider Measure. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance. 23, 46 – 53.
** Vainapel, S., Weisel, O., Zultan, R., & Shalvi, S. (2018). Group moral discount: Diffusing blame when judging group members. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 32(2), 212 – 228.
Soraperra, I., Weisel, O., & Ploner, M. (2018). Giving to, and taking from, Max and Moritz: How victim type and social value orientation affect dishonest behavior. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 32(2), 168 - 178.
** Weber T., Weisel, O., & Gächter, S. (2018). Dispositional free riders do not free ride on punishment. Nature Communications. 9(1), 2390.
* Kurschilgen, M., Morell, A., & Weisel, O. (2017). Internal conflict, market uniformity, and transparency in price competition between teams. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 144, 121-132.
Soraperra, I., Weisel, O., Zultan, R., Kochavi, S., Leib, M., Shalev, H., & Shalvi, S. (2017). The bad consequences of teamwork. Economics Letters. 160, 12-15.
* Weisel, O., & Zultan, R. (2016). Social motives in intergroup conflict: Group Identity and Perceived Target of Threat. European Economic Review. 90, 122-133.
* Güth, W., Levínský, R., Pull, & Weisel, O. (2016). Tournaments and piece rates revisited: A theoretical and experimental study of output-dependent prize tournaments. Review of Economic Design. 20 (1), 69-88.
Weisel, O., & Shalvi, S. (2015). The collaborative roots of corruption. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112 (34), 10651-10656.
Weisel, O., & Böhm, R. (2015). Ingroup Love and Outgroup Hate in Intergroup Conflict Between Natural Groups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 60, 110-120.
Weisel, O. (2015). Negative and positive externalities in intergroup conflict: Exposure to the opportunity to help the outgroup reduces the inclination to harm it. Frontiers in Psychology. 6.
Halevy, N., Kreps, T., Weisel, O., & Goldenberg, A. (2015). Morality in Intergroup Conflict. Current Opinion in Psychology. 6, 10-14.
Israel, S., Weisel, O., Ebstein, R. P., & Bornstein, G. (2012). Oxytocin, but not vasopressin, increases both parochial and universal altruism. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 37, 1341-1344.
Halevy, N., Weisel, O., & Bornstein, G. (2012). In-Group "Love" and Out-Group "Hate" in Repeated Interaction between Groups: Overcoming a History of Conflict. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 25, 188-195.
* Bornstein, G., & Weisel, O. (2010). Punishment, Cooperation, and Cheater Detection in “Noisy” Social Exchange. Games. 1, 18-33.
Shalvi, S., Weisel, O., Kochavi-Gamliel, S. & Leib, M. (2016). Corrupt collaboration: A behavioral ethics approach. In Van Prooijen, J. W., & Van Lange, P. A. M. (Eds.), Cheating, Corruption, and Concealment. Cambridge University Press.