Dr. Ori Weisel

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Dr. Ori Weisel
Phone: 03-6408195
Office: Recanati - Business Administration, 440

Short Biography

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.


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

My main interest as a researcher is human cooperation, in particular in the contexts of corruption and intergroup conflict.


Peer reviewed journals

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.


Book chapters

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.

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