The Graduate School of Business Administration
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2012- 2017: PhD, Coller Graduate School of Management, Tel-Aviv University, Israel Dissertation topic: “Consistent or Not? The Role of Product Visibility in Sequential Consumption-related Decisions” (supervised by Prof. Yael Steinhart and Prof. Amir Grinstein). My dissertation, focuses on in sequential decisions in the context of social and self-identity and. Specifically, I explore the role of product visibility in determining consistency in a set of decisions.
2006- 2008: MBA the Open University of Israel
1994- 1997: BA (Business Administration) Haifa University, Israel
Perez, D. and Steinhart Y. (2013). “It’s not personal: The differential effect of activation in advertising as a function of personalization levels.” Social Influence, 9 (3), 224-241.
Perez D., Steinhart Y., Grinstein A., and Morren M. (2016). “Consistent or not? The role of product visibility in sequential consumption-related decisions.” Oral Presentation, EMAC conference, June 2016.
Perez D., Steinhart Y., and Grinstein A. (2015). “Consistent or not? The role of product visibility in sequential consumption-related decisions.” Poster session, AP-ACR conference, June 2015.
Perez D., Steinhart Y., and Grinstein A. (2014). “Consistent or not? The role of product visibility in sequential consumption-related decisions.” Poster session, Marketing in Israel conference, December 2014.
Perez, D. and Steinhart, Y. (2012), “Not so personal: The impact of social identity ad appeal as a function of activation in advertising.” Oral Presentation, Advances in Consumer Psychology, ed. Amitav Chakravarti and Anirban Mukhopadhyay, Vol 1, 70.
Perez D., Steinhart Y., Grinstein A., and Morren M. “Consistency in identity related sequential decisions.” Under review.
Perez D. , Oestrecher-Singer G. , Rubin M.M. and Zalmanson L. “Measurement Effects Without the Measurement: Mere Exposure to Online Rating Requests Affects User Consumption Behavior ". Under review.
Brokman M., Perez D. and Gelbard R. "Behavioral Optimum: The Effect of Perceived Complexity on Motivation to Adopt Optimal Plans". Under review.
Perez D., Morwitz V. “Does Culture Influence the Effect of Measurement on Behavior?”
Perez D., Grinstein A., Rubin M.M., and Bonezzi A. “Sustainability is included: Casting the responsibility to sustain on the luxury company.”
2018 –Present: Lecturer, Graduate school of business Bar-Ilan University
2017- 2018: Visiting scholar, NYU Stern Business School.
2017- 2018: Adjunct lecturer of introduction to marketing at Yeshiva
2010- 2017: Adjunct lecturer of undergraduate and MBA Marketing Principles course, Technion, Israel, Tel-Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University.
2013- 2017: Behavioral lab administrator, Coller School of Management, Tel-Aviv University.
Excellency awards and grants
2016 Mia Fisher prize - Research Grant ($7,500)
2014 Segal Research Fund Grant ($1800)
2013 Amalya Miron Research Fund Grant ($6000)
2013 Awards for constant outstanding TA - Technion
2012-2016 Business School personal subsidy for a PhD student
2009 Dean's list for 2008 – Open University
2009-Present: I volunteer as a Graduate Studies consultant, advising graduating students about doctoral programs.
2008-Present: I oversee 60 volunteers in activities including distribution of food donations and other forms of assistance to families in need, “Ahavat Rahamim” NGO in Hadera.