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Max Planck Institute of Economics
Strategic Interaction Group
Phone: +49 3641 686625
2011 PhD. in Social Psychology and Rationality, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Thesis title: “Cooperation and punishment in public good dilemmas with incomplete information”. Instructor: Prof. Gary Bornstein, Department of Psychology.
2005 M.A. in Cognitive Science (Magna Cum Laude), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Thesis title: “The Effect of Communication on Cooperation in a Social Dilemma With Uncertainty at the Individual Level”. Instructor: Prof. Gary Bornstein, Department of Psychology.
2002 B.A. in Humanities (interdisciplinary program; Magna Cum Laude) and Computer Science (double major), Tel-Aviv University.
Minors within the interdisciplinary program in Humanities:
• Philosophy (emphasis on Philosophy of Religion)
• Social Justice (Included courses in Philosophy, Sociology and History)
• Translation Studies
2001 Fall semester in VIU (Venice International University)
• Salomon Israel, Ori Weisel, Richard Ebstein, and Gary Bornstein. Oxytocin, but not Vasopressin, Increases both Parochial and Universal Altruism (2012). Psychoneuroendocrinology.
• Nir Halevy, Ori Weisel, and Gary Bornstein. In-Group "Love" and Out-Group "Hate" in Repeated Interaction between Groups: Overcoming a History of Conflict (2011). Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
• Gary Bornstein and Ori Weisel (2010). Punishment, Cooperation, and Cheater Detection in “Noisy” Social Exchange. Games, 1, 18-33.
Work in Progress
• Werner Geuth, Rene Levinsky, Kerstin Pull, & Ori Weisel. Tournaments and Piece Rates Revisited: A Theoretical and Experimental Study of Premium Incentives.
• Michael Kurschilgen, Alexander Morell, & Ori Weisel. Asymmetric Price Competition Between Teams.
• Ori Weisel & Gary Bornstein. Positive and negative externalities in inter-group relations. Data analysis.
• Ori Weisel & Gary Bornstein. Punishment and Cooperation in Repeated Public Good Games with Binary Endowments and Uncertainty. Data analysis.
• Judith Avrahami, Werner Gueth, Yaakov Kare’ev, & Ori Weisel. Recurrent Tournaments – an Experiment Comparing Partners and Strangers Design as Well as Average and Random Round(s) Payment. Data analysis.
• Robb Willer, Flynn, F. J., Feinberg, M., Menschio, O., Peng, K., Mello Ferreira, D. R., Ferreira Bianchi, A. M., Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Ori Weisel & Detlef Fetchenhauer. Generalized Reciprocity. Data Analysis.
• Ori Weisel & Ro’I Zultan. Suppose they Gave a War and Nobody Came: Framing Effects on Behavior in the IPD game. Data analysis.
• Ori Weisel & Anthony Ziegelmeyer. Cooperation Under the Shadow of the Future – New Laboratory Evidence From Long Repeated Games. Data collection.
• Ori Weisel. Trust and cooperation behind the veil of ignorance. Data collection.
• Ori Weisel & Robert Böhm. "Ingroup love" versus "outgroup hate" among football fans. Data collection.
• Ori Weisel & Ro’i Zultan. Wasting to Avoid Feeling Wasteful. Data collection.
Talks and Presentations
2012 CEREB, Erfurt University, Germany
Magdeburg Workshop on Anti-Social Economic Behavior, Magdeburg, Germany
2011 Mini Workshop on Experimental Economics, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
14th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mini Workshop on Generosity, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
2010 Center for Decision Research and Experimental Economics, Nottingham University, UK
Nuffield Centre for Experimental and Social Sciences, Nuffield College, Oxford University, UK
2009 13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Kyoto, Japan
APESA meeting, Haifa, Israel
2008 Tübingen, Eberhard Karls University
4th Spain, Italy, Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory, Wroclaw, Poland.
"What is the behavioral in behavioral economics" workshop, Trento Italy
2007 12th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Seattle, Washington
2006 Affect, Motivation and Decision Making International Conference, Ein Boqeq, Israel
2010 Winner of the 29th competition for research grants for doctoral students in the social sciences, held by the Israel Foundations Trustees Program for the Advancement of Research in the Social Sciences (a bi-annual competition awarding research grants to a limited number of outstanding doctoral students).
Participation in Summer Schools and Workshops
2008 IMPRS-Uncertainty Summer School, Max Planck Institute for Economics, Jena, Germany.
2007 IMPRS-Uncertainty Summer School, Max Planck Institute for Economics, Jena, Germany.
2006 Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality in Psychology and Economics, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany.
2005 8th Jena Workshop on Intergroup Processes: Social and Cognitive Change in Intergroup Relations, Jena, Germany.
2006-2011 Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Statistics and Methodology (Department of Psychology, Hebrew University)
2010 Lecturer, Game Theory – Theory, Applications, and Behavior (Wingate Institute)
2010 Teaching Assitant, Logic and Games (IMPRS-Uncertainty Summer School)
2003-2007 Research Fellow in ‘Ratiolab’ – laboratory for the study of interactive decision-making. Director: Prof. Gary Bornstein.
2003-2006 Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Logic for Cognitive Science (Department of Cognitive Science, Hebrew University)
2003-2004 Teaching Assistant, Advanced Logic (Introduction to Meta-Logic) (Department of Philosophy, Hebrew University)
2003-2004 Research Assistant to Prof. Carl Posy (Department of Philosophy, Hebrew University)
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