Senior Lecturer, head of the department of information and knowledge management
Research Interests: Information systems, Search engines, Finding information, Information in financial markets
Office: Jacobs building, room 616
Office Hours: on prior appointment
David Bodoff is a Senior Lecturer in the Graduate School of Management. He is Area Head of Information Systems, and teaches in the department of business management and in the department of information and knowledge management. His research is organized around the central topic of search, with three specific focii: (1) consumer search behavior, online and offline; (2) technical aspects of information retrieval (aka search engines); and (3) information science.
Bodoff D, Bekkerman R, Dai J (2017). Evolution of language: An empirical study at eBay Big Data Lab. PLoS ONE 12(12): e0189107. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0189107
Question types and intermediary elicitations. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. (2015). Bodoff, D. and Raban, D. doi: 10.1002/asi.23388.
The Effects of Web Personalization on User Attitude and Behavior: An Integration of the Elaboration Likelihood Model and Consumer Search Theory. MIS Quarterly (2014), vol. 38 no. 2 Shuk Ying Ho, David Bodoff
Timing of Adaptive Web Personalization and its Effects on Online Consumer Behavior. Information Systems Research (2011), volume 22 no. 3. Shuk Ying Ho, David Bodoff, Kar Yan Tam
Test Theory for Assessing IR Test Collections. ACM SIGIR 2007. David Bodoff, Pu Li
EDGAR on the Internet: The Welfare Effects of Wider Information Distribution in an Experimental Market for Risky Assets. Journal of Experimental Economics (2006), volume 9 number 4. David Bodoff, Hugo Levecq, and Hongtao Zhang
Relevance Models to Help Estimate Document and Query Parameters. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (2004), v. 22 no. 3, pp. 357-380, 2004. David Bodoff
A New Unified Probabilistic Model. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (2004), v. 55 no. 6, pp. 471-487, 2004. David Bodoff and Stephen Robertson
Office Hours: on prior appointment
Avishag Gordon holds five academic degrees, Political Science and Israeli History (Hebrew University), Communications and Journalism (University of the State of Louisiana), Information and Librarianship (University of Haifa and University of Illinois Urbana Champaign) and a PhD in Political Science from the University of Haifa.
Dr. Gordon has taught courses in information science and bibliometrics at the University of Haifa since 1990. In combination with the fields of political science and bibliometrics, Dr. Gordon opened a pioneering approach to shaping terrorism as a scientific discipline using bibliometric methods.
Diana Tal, Avishag Gordon (2018). Antisemitism and Islamophobia: what does a bibliometric study reveal? Scientometrics, 117 (3), 1349-1359
Diana Tal, Avishag Gordon (2018). Intellectual Leadership of Leonardo da Vinci: A Bibliometric Study. Society, 55(6), 549-554.
Tal Diana, Gordon Avishag (2018). Women as political leaders: a bibliometric analysis of the literature. Society, 55 (3),256-261
Tal, D. & Gordon A. (2017). Sleeping Beauties of Political Science: The Case of AF. Bentley Society 54(4), 355-361
Tal, D. & Gordon A. (2017). Publication attributes of leadership: what do they mean?. Scientometrics 112(3), 1391-1402
Tal, D. & Gordon A. (2016). Jacques Ellul Revisited: 55 Years of Propaganda Study. Society 53(2), 182-187
Tal, D. & Gordon A. (2016). Leadership of the present, current theories of multiple involvements: a bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics 107(1), 259-269
Raban D. & Gordon A. (2015). The effect of technology on learning research trends: a bibliometric analysis over five decades. Scientometrics 105(1), 665-681
Tal D. & Gordon A. (2015). Charisma Research, Knowledge Growth and Disciplinary Shifts: a Holistic View. Society 52(4), 351-359
Gordon A. (2012). The invisibility of Science Publications in Hebrew: A Comparative Database Study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(3), 607-615
Raban D., Gordon A. & Geifman D. (2011). The Information Society :The Development of a Scientific Specialty. Information, Communication and Society 14(3), 375-399
Gordon A. (2010). Can Terrorism Become a Scientific Discipline? A Diagnostic Study. Critical Studies on Terrorism 3(3), 437-457
Gordon A. (2007). Continuant and Transient Authors in a Research Field: The Case of Terrorism. Scientometrics 72(2), 213-224
Gordon A. (2006). ”Purity of Arms’, preemptive war” and “Selective Targeting”: General, conceptual and Legal Analyses. Conflict and Terrorism 29(5), 493-508
Gordon A. (2005). Homeland Security Literature in Relation to terrorism Publications: The Source and the Response. Scientometrics 65(1)
Gordon, A. (2015). The cognitive structure of science communication as an emerging field of science. The Sixth Israeli Conference on Science Communication. Davidson Institute for Science Education, Weizmann Institute of Science. June 24-25, 2015