Dr. Yael Inbar

Coller School of Management
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Short Biography

Dr. Yael Inbar is an assistant professor of Technology Management and Information Systems, at the Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University.

Her research focuses on online behavior patterns in digital platforms and the role of information systems in societal fields, such as media and education. Her research interests include the use of technological tools for learning purposes, as well as the dynamics of user-generated-content platforms. She employs big data analytics to transform users' digital footprints into meaningful insights regarding society-related outcomes. She also uses digital experimentation to understand the impact of different technologies and digital applications on users' behavior and decision making.

Dr. Inbar earned her PhD from the Coller School of Management, and was a post-doctoral fellow at Carnegie Mellon University. She holds a BSc degree in Computer Science and an MBA degree, both from Tel Aviv University. Prior to her PhD studies, she worked as a software development team leader in one of the leading engineering companies in Europe.

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Fields of Research

IS and Education; User Generated Content; Users' behavior patterns in digital platforms; Data Analytics for Societal Outcomes

Selected Publications

Journal Publications

Bar-Gill, S., Inbar, Y., and Reichman, S., 2020. "The Impact of Social vs. Non-Social Referring Channels on Online News Consumption", Management Science.

 

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Bar-Gill, S., Inbar, Y., and Reichman, S., 2017. "The Impact of Social vs. Non-Social Referral Sources on Online News Consumption". Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seoul, South Korea.
  2. Zvilichovsky, D., Inbar, Y., and Barzilay, O., 2013. “Playing Both Sides of the Market: Success and Reciprocity on Crowdfunding Platforms”. Proceedings of the 34th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Milan, Italy.

Awards

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

1. Bar-Gill, S., Inbar, Y. and Reichman, S., 2017. "The Impact of Social vs. Non-Social Referral Sources on Online News Consumption". Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seoul, South Korea. Nominee for the Most Innovative Short Paper Award.

2. Zvilichovsky, D., Inbar, Y. and Barzilay, O., 2013. “Playing Both Sides of the Market: Success and Reciprocity on Crowdfunding Platforms”. Proceedings of the 34th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Milan, Italy.

Papers in Refereed Conferences without Proceedings

1. Bar-Gill, S., Inbar, Y. and Reichman, S., 2017. "The Effect of Referral Source on News Readership and Sharing: A Field Experiment". Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS) Feeder Workshop on Data Science Methods for Information Systems, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

2. Bar-Gill, S., Inbar, Y. and Reichman, S., 2017. "The Effect of Referral Source on News Readership and Sharing: A Field Experiment". 13th Symposium on Statistical Challenges in Electronic Commerce Research (SCECR), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

3. Inbar, Y. and Barzilay, O., 2015. “Community Impact on Crowdfunding
Performance”. 9th Israel Association for Information Systems (ILAIS) Conference. The Ono Academic College, Israel.

4. Inbar, Y and Barzilay, O., 2014. “Considering Kernel Members as Online Community Pivots." 9th Symposium on Statistical Challenges in Electronic Commerce Research (SCECR), Tel Aviv, Israel. 

5. Zvilichovsky, D., Inbar, Y. and Barzilay, O., 2013. “Success and Reciprocity in Crowdfunding Networks”. 7th Israel Association for Information Systems (ILAIS) Conference. Rupin Academic Center, Israel.

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