Ms. Alisa Voslinsky

Ms. Alisa Voslinsky

Alisa Voslinsky is a Faculty member in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Shamoon College of Engineering, Ashdod, Israel (SCE). She teaches courses in Project Management, Simulation Methods, and Production Planning and Control. Alisa had received her B.A (with high Distinction) in Industrial Management and Control, Information Technology, Engineering, at the Sapir Academic College, Israel. She had received her M.B.A (with a Distinction) in Business Administration in Finance, at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Her Ph.D. is in Behavioral Experimental Economics, Decision Making at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Her main research interests are Decision Making and Economic Psychology

Profile

Industrial engineering and management
Lecturer
Ashdod
Ashdod

Ashdod

Decibel 2029

Education

2014-          Ph.D. in Behavioral Experimental Economics, Decision Making. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Dissertation title: Beliefs, Fairness Perceptions and an Irrelevant Offer in the Ultimatum Game. Advisers: Prof. Azar, O.H. and Dr. Lahav Y.     

2011-2015  M.B.A. in Business Administration in Finance. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Dissertation title: Beliefs and social behavior in a multi-period ultimatum game. Adviser: Dr. Lahav Y. A Degree with Distinction.

2008-2011  B.A. in Industrial Management and Control, Information Technology, Engineering. Sapir Academic College, Israel. A Degree with High Distinction.

Research

Decision Making, Economic Psychology

Beliefs and social behavior in a multi-period ultimatum game

The effect of a second offer that becomes irrelevant on ultimatum game behavior

An irrelevant offer and fairness perceptions in the ultimatum game

Courses

Project Management

Simulation Methods

Production Planning and Control

Decision Making

Publications

Azar OH, Lahav Y and Voslinsky A (2015). Beliefs and social behavior in a multi-period ultimatum game. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9:29. (Impact Factor 4.2) (Authors’ names are listed alphabetically, and authors’ contributions were equal.).