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ד"ר דורון ניסני


Dr. Doron Nisani

Lecturer in Economics and Finance

Email: dnisani@univ.haifa.ac.il

Office: University of Haifa campus, Jacobs Building, room 615

Phone: 972-4-8240022

Google Scholar: profile

Research Interests:

Financial-Economics, Microeconomics


2012-2016 – Ph.D. in Economics, Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

2008-2012 – M.Sc. in Agriculture Economics and Management, Department of Agriculture Economics and Management, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2004-2008 – B.A. in Economics, Department of Management and Economics, Open University of Israel


ד"ר דיוויד בודוף

מרצה בכיר
תחומי מחקר: מערכות מידע, מנועי חיפוש, תהליך חיפוש המידע, מידע בשווקים הפיננסיים
דואר אלקטרוני: dbodoff@univ.haifa.ac.il
טלפון: 04-8249579
מיקום המשרד: בניין גייקובס, חדר 616
שעת קבלה: בתיאום מראש


David Bodoff is a Senior Lecturer in The School of Business Administration at the University of Haifa. 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); (3) information and financial markets; (4) machine learning in organizations. 

Perseonal web site (with CV and publications)

ד"ר שגיא אקרון

Sagi Akron

מרצה בכיר

תחום מחקר עיקרי: מימון, ניהול פיננסי וממשל תאגידי

דואר אלקטרוני: sagiakron@univ.haifa.ac.il

טלפון: 04-8288495

מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 614

שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש








Sagi Akron is a faculty member in the Department of Business Administration, The Faculty of Management, at the University of Haifa. He joined the University of Haifa in the Fall of 2010 as a Lecturer of Finance (the Israeli parallel academic rank to Assistant Professor of Finance). 

Since 2018 Sagi holds a position of a Senior Lecturer of Finance (with Tenure).

Sagi holds a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from University of Haifa; M.Sc. in Economics from the Technion and University of Haifa; and Ph.D. in Finance from Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business, at Tel-Aviv University.

His research focuses on corporate finance and corporate governance - managerial compensation, corporate hedging, IPOs certification in Emerging Markets, anomalies in light of business cycles, real estate public momentum, the financial implications of corporate social responsibility, behavioral finance, and Financial Economics interaction with multiple management disciplines. 

Sagi has been teaching in academic institutions since the Fall of 1996. His teaching experience includes several academic institutions and programs such as, the undergraduate, MBA, and MHA programs in Recanati Management Faculty, at the Tel-Aviv University; the MBA and Executive MBA level at Bar-Ilan Graduate School of Business Administration; and the MBA and IMBA in the Graduate School of Management, at the University of Haifa. Likewise, he taught at the undergraduate program of University of Haifa, the Management College, the Tel-Aviv College, and the Western Galilee College. 

He is the academic head of the MBA program with specialization in Shipping and Sea Ports Management.

Main teaching experience

  • Principals of Corporate Finance
  • Introduction to Microeconomics
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Financial Management
  • Investments
  • Research Seminar in Finance

Personal Website

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר


  1. Akron, Sagi, Market Reactions to Dividend Announcements under Different Business Cycles, November-December 2011, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Vol. 47, Supplement 5, pp. 72-85.
  2. Akron, Sagi and Benninga Simon, Production and hedging implications of executive compensation schemes, 2013, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 19(1), pp. 119-139.
  3. Akron, Sagi, Market Reaction Implications of the SEO Package Composition at the TASE, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2013, Vol. 49, Supplement 1, pp. 77–93.
  4. Hareli Shlomo, David Shlomo, Akron Sagi, and Hess Ursula, 2013, The Effect of a Negotiator's Social Power on Negotiations as a Function of the Counterpart's Emotional Reactions in a Computer Mediated Negotiation, Europe's Journal of Psychology, Vol. 9(4), pp. 820-831.
  5. Portnov A., Boris and Akron, Sagi, 2014, Identification of Housing Market Trends and Factors Affecting Them: The Greater Haifa Metropolitan Area in Israel as a Case Study, Journal of Real Estate Literature, Vol. 22 (2), pp. 177-203.
  6. Disegni M. Dafna, Huly Moshe#, and Akron, Sagi, 2015, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environmental Leadership and Financial Performance, Social Responsibility Journal, Vol. 11 (1), pp. 131-148.
  7. Portnov, Boris A., Ingene, Charles, and Akron, Sagi, 2015, Long-Term Natural Cycle Momentum and Housing Price Changes in Israel, 1995-2013,Journal of Real Estate Research, Vol. 38(3), pp. 393-422.
  8. Akron, Sagi, 2016, Business Cycles and the Expectations of Short-Term Central Bank Rate in light of Construal Level Theory, in Eurasia Business Review, Vol. 6(2), pp. 171-187. DOI: 10.1007/s40821-016-0043-7 
  9. Parnes, Dror, and Akron, Sagi, 2016, Rating the credit rating agencies, Applied Economics, Vol. 48(50), pp. 4799-4812, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2016.1164826.
  10. Akron, Sagi, Feinblit, Ofek, Hareli, Shlomo, and Tzafrir, Shay, 2016, Employment Arrangements Diversity and Work Group Performance, Team Performance Management, Vol. 22 (5/6), pp. 310-330. DOI 1108/TPM-11-2015-0053.
  11. Parnes, Dror,and Akron, Sagi, 2017, The Life Expectancy of Fallen Angels, Journal of Investing, Vol. 26(2), pp. 110-123., [American Institutional Investor Journals].
  12. Taussig, Roi D., and Akron, Sagi, Returns to Scale, Operating Leverage, and Expected Stock Returns, 2017, Eurasia Business Review, Vol. 7(1), pp. 144-155. DOI 10.1007/s40821-016-0053-5.
  13. Akron, Sagi and Samdani, Taufique, 2017, Investor Protection and Institutional Investors’ Incentive for Information Production, Journal of Financial Stability, Vol. 30, pp. 1-15.
  14. Shoham, Aviv, Gavish, Yossi, and Akron, Sagi, 2017, Hoarding and Frugality Tendencies and their Impact on Consumer Behaviors, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, Vol. 29(4), pp. 208-222.
  15. Akron, Sagi, and Roy Gelbard, 2017, Software Code Flexibility Profitability in Light of Technology Life Cycle, Forthcoming in Operational Research.
  16. Ofek, Shoshi#, Akron, Sagi, and Boris A. Portnov, 2018, Stimulating Green Construction by Influencing Decision-making of Main Players, Forthcoming in Sustainable Cities and Society. Available online from April 10, 2018. ^
  17. Shalom Levy, Itzhak Tabatchnik, and Akron, Sagi, 2018, The Impact of Using Innovative Knowledge from Distant Sources on Product Success among Firms Utilizing Innovation Business Strategies, Forthcoming in Eurasia Business Review.
  18. Portnov, Boris A., Trop, Tammy, Svechkina, Alina#, Ofek, Shoshi#, Sagi Akron, and Andrea Ghermandi, 2018, Factors affecting homebuyers' willingness to pay green building price premium: Evidence from a nationwide survey in Israel, Forthcoming in Building and Environment.^
  19. Ersan, Oguz, Akron, Sagi, and Demir, Ender, 2018, The effect of European and Global uncertainty on stock returns of travel & leisure companies, Forthcoming in Tourism Economics.

# Student
^ See below Grant Number 145-6-22

Papers under Review

  1. Akron, Sagi, The Optimal Derivative-based Corporate Hedging Strategy under Equity-linked Managerial Compensation, November 2018, Revise & Resubmit.
  2. Akron, Sagi and Samdani, Taufique, The IPO Appraisal Paradox in Light of a Non-Discretionary Allocation Regulatory Act, latest version April 2018, Under Review.
  3. Akron, Sagi, Bulmash, Samuel, Sah Nilesh, and Parnes Dror, Executive Compensation and Corporate Performance Implications of a Regulatory Change, latest version April 2018, Under Review.
  4. Akron, Sagi, and Taussig, Roi D., Real options and asymmetric volatility in light of growth opportunities, latest version March 2018, Under Review.
  5. Akron, Sagi, Barak, Ronen and Taussig, Roi D., Dividend announcements signaling role in financial reporting certification, latest version September 2018, Under Review.
  6. Gozgor, Giray, Tiwari, Aviral Kumar, Demir, Ender, and Akron, Sagi, The Relationship between Bitcoin Returns and Trade Policy Uncertainty, latest version December 2018, Under Review.

Best paper awards in international conferences and journal awards

  • MFA 2011 Best Paper Award in Corporate Finance – McGraw Hill 2011

"Production and hedging implications of executive compensation schemes"

  • EBES 2011 Conference – Zagreb Finalist of Best Paper Award 2011

"Market Reaction to Seasoned Equity Offerings in light of the Offering Package Composition"  

  • Highly Commended 2017 Literati Awards in Team Performance Management: An International Journal 2017, Grant Number 145-6-22, 182,850 NIS (about 47,000USD$)

"Stimulating Green Construction in Israel by Influencing Decision-making of Main Players", to Sagi Akron and Boris A. Portnov.

Research Grant

Grant Number 145-6-22 

Stimulating Green Construction in Israel by Influencing Decision-making of Main Players, to Sagi Akron and Boris A. Portnov.

182,850NIS (about 47,000USD$)

Funded by: Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection (2015-2017) 

Visiting Positions

Visiting Officer of ResearchColumbia Business School, Columbia University
Period: 05/2015 - 08/2015

Visiting ScholarFinance Department, the College of Business, University of South Florida
Period: 12/2014 - 03/2015  

Visiting ScholarFinance Department, the College of Business, University of South Florida
Period: 04/2013 - 07/2013

פרופ' מיכל בירון


פרופסור חבר, ראש אקדמי של תכנית MBA  למנהלים ו- MBA בניהול אסטרטגי של משאבי אנוש
תחומי מחקר: ניהול משאבי אנוש, התנהגות ארגונית 
דואר אלקטרוני: mbiron@univ.haifa.ac.il
טלפון: 04-8288491
מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 609
שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש


Michal Biron is an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management, University of Haifa (Israel), and a visiting researcher in the Department of Human Resource Studies at Tilburg University (the Netherlands). She is the head of the General Executive-Level MBA Program (in Hebrew) & Head of the MBA Program for Strategic Human Resource Management. Prof. Biron received her Ph.D. (in 2007) from the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. She has received a number of grants and awards for her research. Prof. Biron is the Israeli Ambassador and the chair of the Academy of Management HR Division Ambassadors Program. She is a member (elected) of the Global Young Academy. Her research focuses on stress and burnout, organizational deviance, HRM practices in knowledge-intensive organizations, the nature of employee relations with co-workers and supervisors, and the implications of such relations for both individuals and organizations. Her articles have appeared in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Human Relations, and International Journal of Human Resource Management.

CV & publications

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר

פרופ׳ שלמה הראלי

פרופסור חבר
תחומי מחקר: מדעי התנהגות, פסיכולוגיה חברתית בארגונים 
דואר אלקטרוני: shareli@univ.haifa.ac.il
טלפון: 04-8288497
מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 618
שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש

About Me

I am a Social Psychologist who is interested in emotions. I am a faculty member of the Graduate School of Management at the University of Haifa where I serve as the Director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Research on Emotions, head of the Behavioral Science area in our school.

Research Interests

My main research interest is with social emotions. Among other things, in my work I explore the way social judgments give rise to social emotions, on one hand, and how such judgments often stem from social emotions, on the other hand. Most recently my research focuses on the social consequences of observing others' emotions. In particular, I am exploring personality inferences made by observers witnessing others' emotions and the impact of such emotions on social judgments. In each context the research focuses also on the processes involved. Hand in hand with my empirical work, I also have a strong theoretical focus on understanding, defining, and characterizing social emotions and social processes related to emotions including from a functional perspective.

Perseonal web site (with CV and publications)

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר

פרופ' אמריטוס יוסי יגיל

יוסי יגיל

תחומי מחקר: ניהול פיננסי, השקעות ושוק ההון 
דואר אלקטרוני: yyagil@univ.haifa.ac.il
טלפון: 04-8288292
מיקום המשרד:
בניין ג'יקובס, חדר 301
שעות קבלה:
בתיאום מראש

פרופ' יוסי יגיל הוא בעל תואר ראשון בכלכלה (1973) ותואר שני במנהל עסקים (1975) מהאוניברסיטה העברית, ובעל תואר דוקטור במימון (1980) מאוניברסיטת טורונטו שבקנדה. תחומי המחקר שלו מתמקדים בהשקעות, מימון חברות, מימון התנהגותי ושווקים פיננסים. תחומי ההוראה העיקריים שלו הם ניהול פיננסי, השקעות וניתוח ניירות ערך.

קורות חיים

פרופ' סטיבן פלאוט ז"ל


פרופסור חבר
תחומי מחקר: בנקאות, ניהול פיננסי בינלאומי ושווקי הון 
דואר אלקטרוני: splaut@univ.haifa.ac.il

פרופ' אביב שהם

אביב שהם

פרופסור חבר
תחומי מחקר: ניהול שיווק בינלאומי והתנהגות צרכנים בשווקים גלובליים 

דואר אלקטרוני: ashoham@univ.haifa.ac.il

טלפון: 04-8249580
מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 613
שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש

Aviv Shoham (PhD, 1993, University of Oregon) is an associate professor of marketing at University of Haifa, Israel. He serves as a visiting professor at the Ljubljana University, Slovenia. His research focuses on international marketing management/strategy and international consumer behavior. His research has been published in journals such as the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Management International Review, the Journal of International Marketing, International Marketing Review, the Journal of Business Research, the Journal of Advertising Research, International Business Review, the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, the European Journal of Marketing, European Journal of Management, and the Journal of Global Marketing.

Full CV and publications

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר


Recent publications:

Ruvio Ayalla, Aviv Shoham, Eran Vigoda-Gadot, and Nitza Schwabsky (2014) "Organizational Innovativeness: Construct Development and Cross-Cultural Validation," Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31(5), (SCI, IF=1.57).

Gnizi Itzhak and Aviv Shoham (2014) "Uncovering the Influence of the International Marketing Function in International Firms," International Marketing Review, 31(1), (SCI, IF = 1.17).

Ruvio Ayalla, Yossi Gavish, and Aviv Shoham (2013) "Consumer's Doppelganger: A Role Model Perspective on Intentional Consumer Mimicry," Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 12(1), 60-69 (SCI, IF=.75).

Ossi Pesämaa, Aviv Shoham, and Ayalla Ruvio (2013) "How a Learning Orientation Affects Drivers of Drivers of Innovativeness and Performance in Service Delivery," Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 30(2), 169-187 (SCI, IF=.67).

Aviv Shoham and Ossi Pesämaa (2013) "Gadget Loving: A Test of an Integrative Model in Israel," Psychology & Marketing, 30 (3), 247-262 (SCI, IF=1.31).

Segev Ruth, Aviv Shoham, and Ayalla Ruvio (2013) "Gift-Giving among Adolescents: Exploring Motives, the Effects of Givers' Personal Characteristics and the Use of Impression Management Tactics," Journal of Consumer Marketing, 30(5), 436-449.

Efrat, Kalanit and Aviv Shoham (2013) "The Theory of Planned Behavior, Materialism, and Aggressive Driving," Accident Analysis & Prevention, 59(October), 459-465 (SCI, IF = 1.87).

Efrat, Kalanit and Aviv Shoham (2013) "The Interaction between Environment and Strategic Orientation in Born Globals' choice of entry mode," International Marketing Review, 30(6), 536-558 (SCI, IF = 1.17).

Shoham, Aviv, Yossi Gavish, and Sigal Segev (2012), “Drivers of Customers’ Reactions to Service Failures: The Israeli Experience,” International Journal of Psychological Studies, 4(1), 76-90.

Shoham, Aviv, Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Ayalla Ruvio, and Nitza Schwabsky (2012), “Testing an organizational innovativeness integrative model across cultures,” Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 29(2), 226-240 (SCI, IF=.74).

Aviv Shoham, Merav Saker, and Yossi Gavish (2012), “Preventive Health Behaviors – The Psycho-Marketing Approach,” International Journal of Psychological Studies, 4(2), 56-66.

Efrat, Kalanit and Aviv Shoham (2012), “Born Global Firms: The Differences between their Short- and Long-Term Performance Drivers,” Journal of World Business, 47(4), 675-685 (SCI, IF = 1.99).

Segev, Ruthie, Aviv Shoham, and Ayalla Ruvio (2012), “What Does this Gift Say about Me, You, and Us? The Role of Adolescents’ Gift-Giving in Managing their Impressions among their Peers,” Psychology & Marketing, 29(10), 752-764 (SCI, IF=1.39).

Efrat, Kalanit and Aviv Shoham (2011), “Environmental Characteristics and Technological Capabilities' Interaction in High-Technology Born Global Firms,” International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 5(3), 271-284, (SCI, IF=.22).

Lev, Sara, Aviv Shoham, and Avi Fiegenbaum (2011), “Managing Knowledge Stocks Efficiently: Theory and Examination of the Israeli Hospital Industry,” Asia Pacific JournalInnovation and Entrepreneurship, 5(1), 59-83.

Ruvio Ayalla and Aviv Shoham (2011), “A Multilevel Study of Nascent Social Ventures,” International Small Business Journal, 29(5), 562-579, (SCI, IF=.93).

Ruvio, Ayalla and Aviv Shoham (2011), “Aggressive Driving: Testing a Holistic Model in Israel,” Psychology & Marketing, 28(11), 1089-1114, (SCI, IF=1.39), lead paper.

Sternberg, Uri and Aviv Shoham (2011), “Unique Characteristics of Born-Again Global Firms and Their Relationships with International Performance,” Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 5(3), 5-29, lead paper.


פרופ' אמריטוס יצחק הרפז


תחומי מחקר: ניהול המשאב האנושי, התנהגות ארגונית, יחסי עבודה, ניהול השוואתי בינלאומי
דואר אלקטרוני: iharpaz@univ.haifa.ac.il

פרופ' נחום ביגר (אמריטוס)

biger nahum

פרופ' (אמריטוס), ראש ביה"ס למנהל עסקים בין השנים 2003-1998
תחומי מחקר: ניהול פיננסי בינלאומי, כלכלה והשקעות ושווקי הון
דואר אלקטרוני: nbiger@univ.haifa.ac.il

Recent publications:

Biger, N. and N. Sher, (2016), “New Financial Tools for Small Business: A Commitment Mechanism, Bank Funding, Binary Options Market and Purchase Contracts Securitization”, (forthcoming)

Biger, N., (2015), "One-Sided Linking of Mortgage Loan to the Price of a Foreign Currency", Handbook of Economics, Finance and Management Outlooks, Vol. 3, PP. 1-13

Gill, A., Biger, N. and J. D. Obradovich, (2015), "The Impact of Independent Directors on the Cash Conversion Cycle of American Manufacturing Firms", International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 87-98

Gill, A., Biger, N., Dana, L. P., Obradovich, J. D. and A. Mohamed, (2014), “Financial Institutions and the taxi-cab industry: an exploratory study in Canada”. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 326-342

Gill, A., Biger, N., Mand, H. S. and Neil Mathur (2014), “Earnings Management, Firm Performance, and the Value of Indian Manufacturing Firms”, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 116, pp. 120-132

Biger, N., A. Gill, and H. S. Mand (2014), “The Impact of Earnings Management on Future Dividend Payout of Indian Manufacturing Firms”, International Journal of Business and Globalization, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 369-382

Biger, N., Gill, A., Sharma, S. P. and C. Shah (2014), “Gender Differences and Factors that affect Family Business Growth in Canada”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vo. 21, No. 1, pp. 115-131

Gill, A., N. Biger and Mand, H. S., (2013), "Corporate Leverage, Financial Efficiency, and the  decision of Indian Firms about the Amount of Dividends", International Journal of Business and Globalization, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 258-274

Biger, N. and A. Gill, (2013), "The Impact of Corporate Governance on Working Capital Management Efficiency of American Manufacturing Firms", Managerial Finance, Vol. 39, Issue 2, pp. 116-132

Wong, S, N. Biger, D. Hunt and Yufeng Tu, (2012), “A Complete Mediating Effect of Imitability on the Relationship between IT Capabilities and Export Performance”

Biger, N., and A. Gill, (2012), "Factors that affect small business performance in Canada", International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 181-194

Gill, A., Biger, N. and N. Mathur, (2012), "Determinants of Equity Share Prices Evidence from American Firms", International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 90, pp. 176-189

Gill, A. and N. Biger, (2012), "Barriers to small business growth in Canada", Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, Vol. 19 Issue: 4, pp. 656-668

Biger, N. and A. Gill, (2012), "The Impact of Corporate Governance on Working Capital Management Efficiency of American Manufacturing Firms" (MF-Jun-2012-0143.R3), Managerial Finance

Biger, N. and A. Gill, (2011), “Factors that affect small business performance in Canada”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing. Vol. 2011

Gill, A., Biger, N. and V. Nagpal, (2011), “Barriers to small business creations in India”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 395-410

Amarjit, G., N. Biger and V. Nagpal, (2011), “Barriers to small business creations in Canada”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 245-257

Amarjit, G., Biger, N., Harvinder, S. M. and Gill S. Sukhinder, (2011), "Factors that Affect Mutual Find Investment Decisions of Indian Investors", International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance

Biger, N., Amarjit, G. and N. Mathur, (2011), "The Effect of Capital Structure on Profitability: Evidence from the United States", International Journal of Management, Vol. 28, No. 4, Part 1, December., pp. 1-15

פרופ' אילן משולם (אמריטוס)

meshulam ilan

פרופ' (אמריטוס), ראש ביה"ס למנהל עסקים בין השנים 2003-2006 
תחומי מחקר: אסטרטגיה של משאבי אנוש, אסטרטגיה עסקית
דואר אלקטרוני: meshoulam.ilan@gmail.com

פרופ׳ שי צפריר - ראש בית הספר למנהל עסקים


פרופסור חבר, ראש בית הספר למנהל עסקים
תחומי מחקר: ניהול המשאב האנושי, התנהגות ארגונית
דואר אלקטרוני: stzafrir@univ.haifa.ac.il
טלפון: 04-8249582
מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 619
שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש

Shay S. Tzafrir is an associate professor and Head of the Business Administration Department at the University of Haifa. He received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. in behavioral science from the Technion – Israel institute of Technology. He also earned a B.A and M.A. in political science, as well as LLB, all from University of Haifa. He serves as an associate editor ofJournal of Trust Research and part of the Editorial Advisory Board in Cross Cultural Management: An international Journal as well as Editorial Review Board in Human Resource Management. His current research interest includes the role trust play in various organizational factors such as, strategic human resource management, organizational performance, negotiation, and service quality. His articles have been published in journals such as Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management,Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology,International journal of Human Resource Management, and others.

אתר אישי

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר

פרופ' אליעזר שלייפר ז"ל


פרופסור (אמריטוס), ראש בית הספר הראשון
תחומי מחקר: שיווק, לוגיסטיקה, ניהול

ד"ר מחמוד קעדאן - רו"ח

ראש התכנית של MBA בניהול ארגונים ללא כוונת רווח (מינואר 2018)

ראש התוכנית של MBA בניהול אסטרטגי של משאבי אנוש (מיוני 2019)

תחומי מחקר: מימון
דואר אלקטרוני: mqadan@univ.haifa.ac.il 
טלפון: 04-8249584
מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 607
שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש


פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר

רואה חשבון ד"ר מחמוד קעדאן הוא בעל תואר ראשון בכלכלה (2000) מאוניברסיטת בן גוריון, ותואר שני בכלכלה מהפקולטה להנדסת תעשה וניהול בטכניון (2004), חשבונאות מאוניברסיטת חיפה (2005), תואר דוקטור במימון (2011) מאוניברסיטת חיפה, ופוסט דוקטורט באוניברסיטת קולומביה בניו-יורק (2013-2012). תחומי המחקר שלו מתמקדים בהשקעות, תמחור נכסים, מימון התנהגותי ושווקים פיננסים. תחומי ההוראה העיקריים שלו הם שוקי אופציות, ניהול פיננסי, השקעות, אקונומטריקה פיננסית, ואקונומטריקה למתקדמים.

Short Bio

Mahmoud Qadan is Assistant Professor of Finance in the Department of Business Administration at the University of Haifa. His research interests are in the areas of asset pricing, the microstructure of capital markets, financial econometrics, and behavioral finance.


  • B.A. in Economics, Ben-Gurion University (2000)
  • M.Sc. in Economics, the Technion (2004)
  • Certified Public Accountant, University of Haifa (2005)
  • Ph.D. in Finance, University of Haifa (2011)
  • Post Doc., Columbia University, New York (2012-2013)


Dr. Qadan teaches the following courses:

  • Advanced Econometrics
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Financial Management
  • Investments
  • Options Markets
  • Managerial Economics

Reviewer for

  • Eastern Finance Association
  • Energy Economics
  • European Journal of Finance
  • Finance Research Letters
  • International Review of Economics & Finance
  • Journal of Behavioral Finance
  • Journal of Commodity Markets
  • Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
  • Jornal of Economics and Business
  • Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • Jormal of Economic Psychology
  • Journal of Corporate Finance
  • North American Journal of Economics and Finance
  • Research in International Business and Finance
  • Review of Accounting and Finance
  • Applied Economics


  1. Aharon, D. Y., & Qadan, M. (2020). When do Retail Investors Pay Attentions to their Trading Platforms? North American Jornal of Economic and Finance. Forthcoming.
  2. Qadan, M., Aharon, D. Y., & Cohen, G. (2020). Everybody likes shopping, including the US capital market. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. Forthcoming.
  3. Qadan, M. & Idilbi, Y. (2020). Risk Appetite and Oil Prices. Energy Economics. Forthcoming
  4. Reiter, L., Qadan, M. & Yagil, J. (2020). Net Buyers of Attention-Grabbing Stocks: Who Exactly Are They?. Journal of Behavioral Finance. Forthcoming.
  5. Qadan, M. & Zoua'bi, M. (2019). Financial Attention and the Demand for Information. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 82. Forthcoming.
  6. Qadan, M. (2019). Risk Appetite, Idiosyncratic Volatility and Expected Returns. International Review of Financial Analysis, 65. Forthcoming.
  7. Qadan, M., Aharon, D.Y., and Eichel, R. (2019). Seasonal Patterns and Calendar Anomalies in the Commodity Market for Natural Resources. Resources Policy, 63. Forthcoming
  8. Qadan, M. (2019). Risk Appetite and the Prices of Precious Metals. Resources Policy, 62, 136-153.
  9. Qadan, M. & Aharon, D. (2019). Can Investor Sentiment Predict the Size Premium? International Review of Financial Analysis, 63, 10-26.
  10. Qadan, M. & Aharon, D. (2019). The Length of the Trading Day and Trading Volume. Eurasian Business Review, 9(2), 137-156.
  11. Kliger, D. & Qadan, M. (2019). Psychological Mechanisms of Honesty in Real Life Financial Decisions. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 78, 121-137.
  12. Aharon, D. & Qadan, M. (2019). The Size Effect is Alive and Well and Hiding behind Calendar Anomalies. Journal of Portfolio Management, 45 (6). Forthcoming.
  13. Aharon, D. & Qadan, M. (2018). Bitcoin and the Day-of-the-Week Effect. Finance Research Letters. Forthcoming.
  14. Qadan, M. & Aharon, D. (2018). How Much Happiness Can We find in the US Fear Index? Finance Research Letters, 30, 246-258.
  15. Aharon, D. & Qadan, M. (2018). What Drives the Demand for Information in the Commodity Market? Resources Policy, 59, 532-543.
  16. Qadan, M. (2018). Switches in Price Discovery: Are U.S. Traders More Qualified in Making Valuations? North American Journal of Economic and Finance, 44, 221-234.
  17. Qadan, M., & Nama, H. (2018). Investor Sentiment and the Price of Oil. Energy Economics, 69, 42-58.
  18. Qadan, M., & Kliger, D. (2016). The Short Trading Day Anomaly. Journal of Empirical Finance, 38, 62-80.‏
  19. Qadan, M., & Yagil, J. (2015). Are International Real and Financial Co-movements Characterized by Asymmetric Co-integration? Review of Accounting and Finance, 14 (4), 398-412.
  20. Qadan, M., & Yagil, J. (2015). International Co-movement of Real and Financial Economic Variables. Applied Economics, 47, 3347-3366.
  21. Qadan, M., & Ben-Zion, U. (2014). The Role of Demographic and Psychological Differences in Future Financial and Economic Expectations. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 6, 37-45.
  22. Levy, T., Qadan, M. & Yagil, J. (2013). Predicting the Limit-Hit Frequency in Futures Contracts. International Review of Financial Analysis, 30, 141-148.   
  23. Qadan, M. (2013). The Impact of the Day-of-the-Week on the VIX Fear Gauge. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 7, 24-31.
  24. Qadan, M., & Yagil, J. (2012). On the Dynamics of Tracking Indices by Exchange Traded Funds in the Presence of High Volatility. Managerial Finance, 9 (38), 804-832.
  25. Qadan, M. & Yagil, J. (2011). Main or Satellite? Testing Causality in Mean and Variance for Dually Listed Stocks. International Journal of Finance & Economics, 17, 279-289.  
  26. Qadan, M. & Yagil J. (2011). Fear Sentiments and the Gold Price: Testing Causality in Mean and in Variance. Applied Economics Letters, 19(4), 363-366.

Working Papers

  • Market Panic, Information Flow and Price Discovery
  • Stock-Bond Co-movements using Markov Switching Regimes
  • Estimating the performance of Mutual and Pension Funds
  • Systematic Risk, Idiosyncratic Risk and Spillovers in Financial Markets
  • Re-Examining the interplay between the Leading Indicators and the Financial Market

Conference Presentations

  • 2010, June – Financial Management Association, Barcelona, Spain
  • 2011, April – Eastern Finance Association, Savanna, Georgia, USA
  • 2011, September – Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, USA
  • 2012, June – Financial Management Association, Krakow, Poland
  • 2013, March – Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • 2013, May – Eastern Economic Association, New York, New York, USA
  • 2014, June – Financial Engineering and Banking Society, Surrey University. UK
  • 2014, December – iPag Business School, Paris, France
  • 2015, February – Eastern Economic Association, New York, New York, USA
  • 2015, April –University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
  • 2015, October – Western Galilee College, Acre, Israel
  • 2016, April – Swiss Society for Financial Research, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2017, February – Eastern Economic Association, New York, New York USA
  • 2017, February – Dep. of Business Administration, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
  • 2017, April – Western Galilee College, Acre, Israel
  • 2017, April – Eastern Finance Association, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
  • 2017, Aug – The 26th Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference, Technion
  • 2017, Dec –The 10th European Business Research Conference, Rome, Italy
  • 2018, June – The 25th Multinational Finance Society, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2018, Sep – Research in Behavioral Finance Conference. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherland
  • 2018, December – 49th International Business Research Conference. Tokyo, Japan
  • 2019, July - 26th Annual Conference of the Multinational Finance Society, Hebrew Univ., Israel
  • 2020, February - 46th  Annual Eastern Economic Associayion, Boston, MA, USA

Publications in Newspapers: [Hebrew]

  1. 6 Reasons Driving the haigh Markets Volatility. Globes - Narch 18, 2020.                                                                                                                                                                                https:// www/globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1001322359                                                                                                                                              
  2. Religiosity and Liquidity. Globes – October 08, 2019. 
  3. Government Deficit: The Good, the bad and the Ugly. Globes – August 04, 2019.
  4. On the link between Sport Outcomes and Equity Prices. Calcalist – June 18, 2018.
  5. The Ramadan Effect. Investors are Hungry for Returns during Ramadan. TheMarker – June 16, 2013.
  6. The January Barometer. TheMarker– January 29, 2015.
  7. Will the Capital Market Rise if Netanyahu is Elected Again? TheMarker – December 2, 2012.
  8. The Psychology of Fear: Do the “Days of Awe” Affect Capital Markets? TheMarker - October 2, 2012.
  9. Short Trading Days are Profitable for Traders. TheMarker - April 6, 2012.

Master and Ph.D. Supervision

  • Shani Gold (M.A.) – “Predicting Size Premium with Rational and Irrational Factors”. January 2016
  • Hazar Nama. (M.A.) – “Investor Sentiment and the price of Oil”. January, 2017
  • Maher Zoabi (M.A.) – “The Demand for Information –international Perspective”. August 2017
  • Nir Chen. (M.A.) – “Idiosyncratic Volatility, VIX and Expected Returns”. April 2017
  • Yasmeen Idilbi. (M.A.) –Systematic Risk, Risk Aversion and Commodities Prices. Dec. 2018
  • Samar Zaher (M.A.) – “Stock-Bond Co-movements using Markov Switching Regimes”. January 2019.
  • Liron Reiter. (Ph.D) – “In Search of Financial Advice”.
  • Liron Reiter. (Ph.D) – “Attention, Retail Investors and Trading Biases”.
  • Liron Reiter. (Ph.D) – “Households Finance: Participation in Financial Markets”.

Dr. Kimberlee Weaver Livnat

Kim Weaver

Dr. Kimberlee Weaver Livnat

E-mail: weaver.kimberlee@gmail.com

Phone: 3915

Room: 501, Jacobs Building


Dr. Kimberlee Weaver Livnat received her MA and PhD in psychology from Princeton University and her postdoctoral training at the University of Michigan. Her research on persuasion, social influence, and the presentation of information has been published in leading journals in psychology and consumer behavior and is frequently featured in the business and popular press in outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes magazine, Time magazine, Boston Globe, Scientific American Mind, and NPR.

Google Scholar researcher profile

Selected publications

Weaver, K. & Hamby, A. (forthcoming, 2019) The Sounds of Silence: Inferences about the absence of word of mouth. Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Garcia, S.M., Weaver, K., and Chen, P (forthcoming, 2018). The status signals paradox. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Weaver, K., Hock, S., and Garcia, S.M. (2016). “Top 10” reasons: When adding persuasive arguments reduces persuasion. Marketing Letters, 27, 27-38.

Weaver, K., Daniloski, K., Cottone, K., and Schwarz, N. (2015). The role of social comparison for maximizers and satisficers: Wanting the best or wanting to be the best? Journal of Consumer Psychology, 25, 372-388. 

Weaver, K., Garcia, S. M., and Schwarz, N. (2012). The presenter’s paradox. Journal of Consumer Research, 39, 445-460. 3 citations.

Garcia, S. M., Weaver, K., #Spence, B., and Darley, J. M. (2009). Dual effects of

implicit bystanders: Inhibiting versus facilitating helping behavior. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 19, 215-224.

Weaver, K., Garcia, S. M., Schwarz, N., and Miller, D. T. (2007). Inferring the popularity of an opinion from its familiarity: A repetitive voice can sound like a chorus. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92, 821-833. 

פרופ' דפנה רבן Professor Daphne Raban

dafna raban

תחומי מחקר: כלכלת מידע information economics

דואר אלקטרוני: draban@univ.haifa.ac.il 

טלפון: 04-8288492

מיקום המשרד: בניין ג'ייקובס, חדר 610

שעות קבלה: בתיאום מראש

פרופיל חוקר בגוגל סקולר

פרופיל חוקר ב-ORCID

פרופ' דפנה רבן סיימה את הדוקטורט summa cum laude בשנת 2005 ומאז משמשת כחברת סגל בביה"ס למנע"ס באוניברסיטת חיפה. היא משמשת כראש אקדמי של ספריית האוניברסיטה, היא חברה במרכז לחקר האינטרנט ובמרכז למדעי הנתונים ועד לאחרונה גם במרכז המצויינות I-CORE LINKS.  תחומי המחקר שלה כוללים את כלכלת המידע ומדידת המדע ובהם הנחתה כ-40 תלמידי מחקר.  היא מפרסמת בכתבי-עת מובילים כולל JASIST, EJIS, Scientometrics, JIS ואחרים. 

Daphne Raban on Google Scholar and on ORCID

Short Bio

Daphne Raban is an associate professor and the Academic Head of the University of Haifa Library.  a member of LINKS, the Israeli Center of Research Excellence on Learning in a Networked Society, of the Internet Research Lab and of the Data Science Research Center at the University of Haifa.  She was the founding Head of the Department of Information & Knowledge Management.

Her areas of expertise include the information society and the information economy; specifically, she studies information markets and business models, knowledge sharing, information diffusion, social media and serious games.  Her work has been published in refereed journals including JCMC, JASIST, EJIS, ICS, CHB, JIS, PLOS One, Internet Research, Scientometrics, Simulation & Gaming and more.



  • B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology, Iowa State University (1988)
  • M.Sc. in Food Engineering and Biotechnology, Technion (1992)
  • Ph.D., Graduate School of Business, University of Haifa (2005)
  • Post Doc., NJIT (2007)


  • Information Economics
  • Business Game
  • Research Seminar

Journal Articles

  1. Rusho, Y., & Raban, D. R. (2020). Experiencing Information, Acquiring Knowledge, and Making Decisions Regarding Web Accessibility. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management.
  2. Nahmias, Y., Ken-Dror Feldman, D. Richter, G. and Raban D.R. (forthcoming 2021) Games of Terms. Vermont Law Review vol. 45.
  3. Rusho, Y. and Raban, D.R. (2020). " Join the club? Peer effects on information value perception". Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 71(6): 671-684. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24396`
  4. Raban D.R., Soroker I. (2020) Monopolization in Camouflage. Studies on Regulation 2: 101-139.
  5. Raban D.R., Gordon A. (2020) The evolution of data science and big data research: A bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics Published Online First: 31 January 2020. doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03371-2
  6. Raban D.R., Barzilai S., Portnoy L. (2019) The Unexpected Benefits of Paying for Information: The Effects of Payment on Information Source Choices and Epistemic Thinking. In: Pańkowska M, Sandkuhl K, eds. Perspectives in Business Informatics Research. Springer International Publishing 2019. 163–76. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-31143-8_12
  7. Rusho, Y. and Raban, D.R. (2020). "Hands on: information experiences as sources of value". Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 71(6): 671-684. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24288
  8. Keshner, E. A., Weiss, P.T., Geifman, D. and Raban, D.R. (2019) Tracking the Evolution of Virtual Reality Applications to Rehabilitation as a Field of Study. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 19:76.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12984-019-0552-6
  9. Markovich, A., Efrat, K., Raban, D.R. and Souchon, A.L. (2019) Competitive Intelligence Embeddedness: Drivers and Performance Consequences. European Management Journal. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2019.04.003
  10. Raban, D. R. and #Koren, L (2019). Risk as a Predictor of Online Competitive Information Acquisition. Open Information Science 3: 47-60. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/opis-2019-0004
  11. Reychav, I., Beeri, R., Balapour, A, Raban, D. R., Sabherwal, and Azuri, J. (2019) How reliable are self-assessments using mobile technology in healthcare? The effects of technology identity and self-efficacy. Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2018.09.024
  12. Azaiza, N. Reychav, I., Raban, D. R., McHaney, R. (2018) Impact of ESN Implementation on Communication and Knowledge-Sharing in a Multi-National Organization. International Journal of Information Management, 43: 284-294. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2018.08.010
  13. Avukai, Y., and Raban, D.R. (2018) Public Perceptions of Cyber Risks in Israel. Study of the Organization and Human Resource Quarterly 3(1): 71-94. 
  14. Raban, D. R. and #Rusho, Y. (2018) Value Perception of Information Sources in the Context of Learning. Open Information Science 2: 83-101. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/opis-2018-0007
  15. Reychav, #I., Najami, I, Raban, D. R., McHaney, R. and Azuri, J. (2018) The impact of media type on shared decision processes in third-age populations. International Journal of Medical Informatics 112: 45-58. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2018.01.004
  16. Grandhi, S., Raban, D. R., and Jones, Q.G. (2017). Should I Take This Call? Understanding Interruption Response Decision-Making in Mobile Phones. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics 15(3): 80-85.
  17. Reychav, I., Raban, D. R. and McHaney, R. (2017) Centrality Measures and Academic Achievement in Classroom Social Networks: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Educational Computing Research 56(4): 589-618. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0735633117715749
  18. Raban, D. R., #Danan, N., Ronen, I. and Guy, I. (2017)  Impression Management through People Tagging in the Enterprise: Implications for Social Media Sampling and Design.  Journal of Information Science 43(3): 295-315. https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551516636305.
  19. Markovich, A., Raban, D.R. and Efrat, K. (2016) The Impact of Perceived Quality of Web Information on Competitive Information Use and Company Performance. Study of the Organization and Human Resource Quarterly 1(3): 15-32. 
  20. Koren, H., Kaminer, I. and Raban, D.R. (2016) Consume, Modify, Share: The Interplay between Individual Decisions and Structural Network Properties in the Diffusion of Information. PLoS ONE 11(10): e0164651. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0164651
  21. Geifman, D. and Raban, D.R. (2015) Collective Problem-Solving: the Role of Self-Efficacy, Skill, and Prior Knowledge. Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning 11:159-178. http://www.ijello.org/Volume11/IJELLv11p159-178Geifman1967.pdf
  22. Bar-Lev, R., Geri, N. and Raban, D.R. (2015) Developing a financial statement-based effectiveness measure of interorganizational systems' contribution. Journal of Computer Information Systems 56(1): 62-70. https://doi.org/10.1080/08874417.2015.11645802
  23. Raban, D.R. and Gordon, A. (2015) The Effect of Technology on Learning Research Trends: A Bibliometric Analysis over Five Decades. Scientometrics 105(1): 665-681. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-015-1690-7.
  24. Gaziel Yablowitz, M. and Raban, D. R. (2015), Investment decision paths in the information age: The effect of online journalism. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67(6): 1417-1429. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.23453.
  25. Bodoff, D. and Raban, D. (2015), Question types and intermediary elicitations. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 67(2): 289-304. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.23388.
  26. Koren, H., Kaminer, I. and Raban, D.R. (2014) Exploring the Effect of Reinvention on Critical Mass Formation and the Diffusion of Information in Social Networks. Social Networks Analysis and Mining 4(1): article 185. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13278-014-0185-5
  27. Gonen, R., Raban, D.R. and #Mazor, M. (2014) Increased Efficiency through Pricing in Online Labor Markets. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 15(1): 58-76.
  28. Raban, D.R. and #Mazor, M. (2013). "The Willingness to pay for Information in Digital Marketplaces."  Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing 158, 267-277. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-40823-6_21
  29. Bodoff, D.A. and Raban, D.R. (2012). "User Models as Revealed in Web-Based Research Services." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(3): 584-599. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.21691
  30. Raban, D. R. (2012). "Conversation as a Source for Satisfaction and Continuance in an Online Information Market". European Journal of Information Systems 21, 427–437. https://doi.org/10.1057/ejis.2011.42
  31. Geifman, D., Raban, D. R., Rafaeli, S. (2011). "P-Mart: Towards A Classification Of Online Prediction Markets." First Monday 16 (7).  http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3203/3019.
  32. Raban, D. R., Gordon, A. and #Geifman, D. (2011). "The Information Society: The Development of a Scientific Specialty." Information, Communication & Society. 14(3): 375-399. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2010.542824
  33. Raban, D. R., Ronen, I. and Guy, I. (2011). "Acting or Reacting? Preferential Attachment in a People Tagging System." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 62(4): 738-747. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.21490
  34. Raban, D. R. (2009) "Self-Presentation and the Value of Information in Q&A Web Sites." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 60(12): 2465-2473. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.21188
  35. Raban, D. R. and #Geifman D. (2009) "Designing Online Information Aggregation and Prediction Markets for MBA Courses". Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, volume 5:247-262.
  36. Raban, D. R. and E. Rabin. (2009). "Statistical Inference from Power Law Distributed Web-Based Social Interactions". Internet Research 19(3):266-278.
  37. Raban, D. R. (2008) "The Incentive Structure in an Online Information Market." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 59(14): 2284-2295.
  38. Aharony, A. And D. R. Raban. (2008). "Economics of information Goods: An interdisciplinary Subject for the LIS and MBA Curricula". Library and Information Science Research 30(2):102-107.
  39. Raban, D. R. (2007) "User-centered evaluation of information: A research challenge." Internet Research 17(3):306-322.
  40. Rafaeli, S., Raban, D. R., and Ravid, G. (2007). "How Social Motivation Enhances Economic Activity And Incentives In The Google Answers Knowledge Sharing Market." International Journal of Knowledge and Learning 3(1): 1-11. Appears also under ‘Chapter in Scientific Books’, item 3.
  41. Kalman, Y., Ravid, G., Raban, D.R., and Rafaeli, S. (2006) "Pauses and response latencies: a chronemic analysis of asynchronous CMC," Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 12(1): article 1.
  42. Raban, D. R. and S. Rafaeli (2007). "Investigating Ownership and the Willingness to Share Information Online." Computers in Human Behavior 23: 2367-2382.
  43. Noy, A., Raban, D. R., and Ravid G. (2006). "Testing Social Theory in CMC through Gaming and Simulation." Simulation & Gaming 37(2): 174-194.
  44. Raban, D. R. and S. Rafaeli (2006). "The effect of source nature and status on the subjective value of information." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57(3): 321-329.
  45. Rafaeli, S. and D. R. Raban (2005). "Information sharing online: a research challenge." International Journal of Knowledge and Learning. 1(1/2):62-79.
  46. Rafaeli, S. and D. R. Raban (2003). "Experimental investigation of the subjective value of information in trading." Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 4(5): 119-139