Professor Ido Erev joined the Faculty in 1990. He received his Ph.D. in Cognitive/Quantitative Psychology from the University of North Carolina the same year.
Prof. Erev has been a visiting research associate in Economics at the University of Pittsburgh; a Michael A. Gould fellow at Columbia Business School; a Marvin Bower Fellow at Harvard Business School; a fellow at the Israel Center of Advanced Studies; a visiting professor at Erasmus School of Economics; a visiting professor at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya; and a research environment professor at Warwick Business School
Ido holds the “Women’s Division—ATS Academic Chair” since 2006 and he presently serves as the Vice Dean for the MBA programs and heads the Technion section of the Max Wertheimer Minerva Center for Cognitive Research, and the head of the Technion group in the ICORE for Empirical Legal Studies of Decision Making.
Prof. Erev focuses on three related lines of research; Observation of a large difference between decisions that are made based on a description of the incentive structure, and decisions that are made based on experience, the difference between anomalies and forecasts, and the practical implications of the basic research summarized above.