• 2021 Netspar, Netherland. “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2021 "Ageing and Financial Markets" conference (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2021 Netspar, Netherland , "Testing Methods to Enhance Longevity Awareness"
  • 2021 "Ageing and Financial Markets" conference (co-author) ""Testing Methods to Enhance Longevity Awareness"
  • Bank of Israel, November 2020
  • 2020 ESA Global Online Around-the-Clock Meetings (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2020 NA meeting of the experimental finance society, SLC, Utah. "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation".
  • 2020 10th Annual FDIC Consumer Research Symposium. "Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees".
  • 2020 AEA, San Diego (co-author). "Is One Plus One Always Two? Insuring Longevity Risk While Having Multiple Saving Accounts"
  • 2020 Conference on Experimental and Behavioral Aspects of Financial Markets, Chapman University, USA. "Is One Plus One Always Two? Insuring Longevity Risk While Having Multiple Saving Accounts".
  • 2020 Netspar, Netherland. "Is One Plus One Always Two? Insuring Longevity Risk While Having Multiple Saving Accounts"
  • 2020 ESA Global Online Around-the-Clock Meetings (co-author). "Is One Plus One Always Two? Insuring Longevity Risk While Having Multiple Saving Accounts"
  • PRC/TIAA Institute 2019-20 (co-author) "Testing Methods to Enhance Longevity Awareness"
  • IFREE experimental economics school, Graduate workshop, 2020
  • First Annual meeting–LACEA BRAIN, Washington DC (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • SEA 88th Annual Meetings, Washington, DC (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • Advances with field experiments conference SEP, 2019, University of Chicago (co -author). "Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees"
  • The Third Israel Behavioral Finance Conference, June 2019. "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2019 Experimental Finance, Copenhagen, June 2019. "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2019 Asia meeting of the experimental finance society, Singapore (Co-author). "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation".
  • 2019 Workshop on Algorithmic Trading : Interdisciplinary Investigations Durham, Britain. "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation".
  • 2019 Fintech Conference, NHH, Norway (Co-author). "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation".
  • 2019 IE-HU Finance Workshop. "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation".
  • 2019, Exeter Behavioral Finance Prize Workshop, Exeter, Britain. "Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees".
  • 2019 Intuit AI Summit conference, California (co-author). "Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees".
  • 2019 Experimental Finance, Copenhagen, June 2019. "Is One Plus One Always Two? Insuring Longevity Risk While Having Multiple Saving Accounts"
  • The Second Showcasing Women in Finance Conference, Miami, March 2018, (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)."
  • Seminar on Aging, Retirement and Pensions: Trends, Challenges and Policy, Ashkelon, March 2018. "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2018 The annual Netspar International Pension Workshop (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2018 CEAR/MRIC Behavioral Insurance Workshop, Munich. “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2018 FUR, York Britain (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2018 Pension reforms and behavioral perspective on pensions FU Berlin (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2018 ESA – Berlin (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)."
  • 2018 Pension reforms and behavioral perspectives on pensions FU Berlin. "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2018 Norms and Behavioural Change Workshop, University of Pennsylvania (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2018 ESA – Berlin. Out-of-Pocket vs. "Out-of-Investment in Financial Advisory Fees: Evidence from the Lab".
  • 2018 Experimental Finance, Heidelberg University. "Out-of-Pocket vs. Out-of-Investment in Financial Advisory Fees: Evidence from the Lab".
  • 2018 Pension reforms and behavioral perspectives on pensions FU Berlin - (co-author). "Robo-Advisor Adoption, Willingness to Pay, and Trust—An Experimental Investigation"
  • Huji Talk 2018
  • 2018 EFA Warsaw Poland
  • The Second Coller Incentives and Behavior Change Conference (CCBE), July 2017 (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"  
  • 10th Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium and 3rd Maastricht Behavioral Economic Policy Symposium 2017, June 2017 (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2017 10th Financial Risks International Forum, Paris (poster, co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2017 Second Israel Behavioral Finance Conference. “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2017 Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision Making (SPUDM 26) (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2017 IAREP Conference – Leveraging Behavioral Insights (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2017 Law and Finance Hebrew University (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2017 10th Financial Risks International Forum, Paris. “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2017 IRMC, Florence. “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”.
  • 2017 Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision Making, Haifa, Israel (SPUDM 26). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”.
  • 2017 Data for Policy - ‘Government by Algorithm?’ London (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • 2017 IAREP Conference – Leveraging Behavioral Insights (co-author). “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • IAREP 2017 - Leveraging Behavioral Insights (COMAS), September 2017 (co-author). "Can Mandatory Minimum Annuity Laws Have Unintended Consequences? An Experimental Study (former name: Anchoring bias in annuity choices - an experimental investigation)"
  • 2017 The North American ESA-SEF Conference (co-author). "Out-of-Pocket vs. Out-of-Investment in Financial Advisory Fees: Evidence from the Lab".
  • “Einstein in Aza”, Hebrew University, 2017
  • Hebrew university Academic Marathon  2017
  • 2016 AEA,  “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • 2016 AFA  “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • 2016 Financial Literacy Research and Practice conference (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 IRMC, Jerusalem (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 Incentives and Behavior Change Conference, TAU (poster, co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 ESA International Meeting in Jerusalem (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 CEAR Workshop: Risk Literacy – Methods and Applications, Naples, Italy (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 Research in Behavioral Finance Conference (RBFC), Amsterdam (co-author). “Can Smoking Harm Your Long-Term Saving Decisions?”
  • 2016 Industrial Organization, Regulation and Competition Policy in Israel. “When Implementing Fintech Advancement, Does Financial Regulation Unintentionally Ignore Less Privileged Populations? The Investigation of Regulatory Change, Objective and Subjective Financial Literacy”
  • Hebrew university Academic Marathon 2016
  • 2016 AEA, ASSA meeting San Francisco
  • 2015 Utah Winter finance Conference, “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • 2015 The Development of Securities, Markets, Trends, Risks and Policies. Bocconi, Milan, “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • 2015 First Israel behavioral finance conference, Tel-Aviv.  “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • Hebrew university Academic Marathon 2015
  • 2015 CEPR Second European Workshop on Entrepreneurship Economics, Sardinia, Italy
  • 2014 AEA meeting, Philadelphia “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • 2014 SMS, Tel Aviv “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • 2014 Strategic Management Society Meeting in Tel Aviv (co-author), “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • 2014 Academy of Management meeting (co-author),  “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter".
  • 2014  Diana conference in Stockholm (co-author),  “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter".
  • 2014 Financial Modeling and Capital Markets conference in Jerusalem (co-author), “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • “Lecturers at the bar” 2014
  • Hebrew university Academic Marathon 2014
  • Israeli Insurance brokerage association
  • Keynote speaker, “2014 Shanghai-Israel Forum-Cross Border Cooperation” , Shanghai, China
  • 2013 CEPR First European Workshop on Entrepreneurship Economics; Amsterdam, 15-16 November 2013 “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • 2013 XXI Finance Forum in Segovia on November 14th and 15th, 2013 (co-author) “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • 2013 XXI Finance Forum in Segovia on November 14th and 15th, 2013
  • 2013 Crowdfunding Conference, July 2013 Boulder, Colorado (co-author) “Are the Life and Death of an Early Stage Venture Indeed in the Power of the Tongue? Lessons  from Online Crowdfunding Pitches”
  • European winter finance conference 2013 , Switzerland “Long Term Savings Decisions: Inertia, Peer Effects and Ethnicity”
  • 2013 Mid-Western Financial Association Meeting, Chicago (co-author) “Persistence of Overconfidence: Evidence from Multi-Unit Auctions”
  • 2013 Southwestern Financial Association Meeting in Albuquerque (co-author) “Persistence of Overconfidence: Evidence from Multi-Unit Auctions”
  • 2013 UC Berkeley Workshop on Crowdfunding (co-author), “Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding: Evidence on Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Deals from Kickstarter"
  • Dauphine-Amundi Chair in Asset Management workshop 2012  (co-author) “Long Term Savings Decisions: Inertia, Peer Effects and Ethnicity”
  • 2012 ESA Meeting (co-author) “Persistence of Overconfidence: Evidence from Multi-Unit Auctions”
  • “Madua”, Hebrew University, 2012
  • “Einstein in Aza”, Hebrew University, 2012
  • Experimental finance, Innsbruck, Sep 2011 (co-author) “Ambiguity and overconfidence”
  • FMA, Denver 2011 (Co-author) “Uncertainty and Differential Information in Common-Value, Divisible-Good Auctions”
  • 2011 Midwest Finance Association Meeting (co-author) “Uncertainty and Differential Information in Common-Value, Divisible-Good Auctions”
  • “Einstein in Aza”, Hebrew University, 2011
  • “Lecturers at the bar” 2011
  • FUR 2010, Britain (co-author) “Ambiguity and overconfidence”
  • CRSP conference 2010,  “Leopard does not change his spots: evidence from hedge fund activism”
  • Treasury Auctions, Auction, Hebrew University, 2010
  • International ESA meeting 2009, Washington D.C (co-author) “Uncertainty and Differential Information in Common-Value, Divisible-Good Auctions”
  • North America meeting 2009, Tucson Arizona, (co-author) “Uncertainty and Differential Information in Common-Value, Divisible-Good Auctions”
  • American Friends of the Hebrew University New-York, 2009
  • The Growth of Gambling and Prediction Markets: Economic and Financial Implications, UC riverside, May 2007 “ Hitting Home Runs and the Art of Corporate Valuation: Do Managers or the Prediction Market Make Better Predictions?”
  • American Friends of the Hebrew University, Florida, 2007
  • FUR XIII 2006, Rome, June 2006” Auctioning Financial Assets; Discriminatory vs. Uniform, which Method is Preferred?”
  • North American Winter meeting of the Econometric Society, Boston, January 2006 “When Less (Potential Demand) is More (Revenue): Asymmetric  Bidding Capacities in Divisible Good Auctions” (formerly titled: “Asymmetry in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental investigation”)
  • MTS 2006 Istanbul “Auctioning Financial Assets; Discriminatory vs. Uniform, which Method is Preferred?”
  • EFA 2006, Zurich, (co-author) “Auctioning Financial Assets; Discriminatory vs. Uniform, which Method is Preferred?”
  • Accounting and Finance in Tel-Aviv:  2005 (December)
  • Bank of Israel, November 2005
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association, Montreal, June 2005 – “When Less (Potential Demand) is More (Revenue): Asymmetric  Bidding Capacities in Divisible Good Auctions” (formerly titled: “Asymmetry in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental investigation”)
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association: Montreal, June 2005.
  • North American Winter meeting of the Econometric Society, Philadelphia, January 2005 – “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • Accounting and Finance in Tel-Aviv:  2004 (December)
  • FMA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2004 (co-author) – “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • European Finance Association Meeting, Netherlands, August 2004 – “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • FUR XI 2004, Paris, June 2004 – ““The Ostrich Effect” and the Relationship between the Liquidity and the Yields of Financial Assets”
  • ASSA meeting, (AEA) San Diego, January 2004
  • CEPR/Studienzentrum Gerzensee European Summer Symposium in Financial Markets 2004
  • Southern Finance Association, South Carolina December 2003 (co-author) – “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • Accounting and Finance in Tel-Aviv:  2003 (December)
  • Auctions and Market Design Conference, FEEM, Italy, September 2003- “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • European Finance Association Meeting, Glasgow, Scotland, August 2003 –“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)  
  • European Meetings; Glasgow, Scotland, August 2003.
  • FMA Annual Meeting, Colorado, 2003 (co-author)- “Withdrawals of Seasoned Equity Issues and the Windows of Opportunity Hypothesis”
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association, Boston (Harvard), June 2002 – “Competition and Cooperation in Divisible Good Auctions: An Experimental Examination” (formerly titled: “Endogenous Supply in Divisible-Unit Auctions: An Experimental Examination” )
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association:  Boston, June 2002
  • Israeli Economic Society, May 2002, Israel. –“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)
  • Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Meeting, Orlando Florida, Nov 2001 poster, co-author)- “Does The Option to Cancel an Order in a Double Auction Market Matter?”
  • Economic Science Association North American Regional Meeting, Tucson, AZ, Nov 2001 (co-author)- “Does The Option to Cancel an Order in a Double Auction Market Matter?”
  • FMA Annual Meeting, October 2001, Toronto - -“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)
  • FMA Annual Meeting, Toronto, October 2001
  • European Meetings; Barcelona, Spain, August 2001,
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association: Barcelona, Spain, June 2001.
  • Western Finance Association, June 2001, Tucson Arizona (co-author) –“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)
  • International Meeting of the Economic Science Association, Barcelona, Spain, June 2001.- “Who Better Predicts Ex-ante the Ex-post Market Value of a Factor of Production – Managers or the Market? – An Experimental Approach using Baseball Data”
  • Behavioral Finance Conference, Mannheim, Germany, June 2001.- “Who Better Predicts Ex-ante the Ex-post Market Value of a Factor of Production – Managers or the Market? – An Experimental Approach using Baseball Data”
  • FMA Doctoral Seminar, October 2000, Seattle Washington –“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)
  • Nasdaq – Notre Dame Microstructure Conference 2000, September 2000, Notrea-Dame, Indiana –“Measuring Stock Illiquidity: An Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE” (formerly titled: “Measuring Stock Illiquidity” and “Common Liquidity of Common Stocks: an Investigation of the Demand and Supply Schedules at the TASE”)
  • Accounting and Finance in Tel-Aviv: 2000 (July)