Research Expertise and Interest

economics, experimental economics, behavioral economics, networks, microeconomic theory, social learning

Research Description

Shachar Kariv graduated the Eitan Berglas School of Economics at Tel-Aviv University and received his Ph.D. from New York University. His primary line of research focusses on social learning, especially in networks, both in theory and experiments.

In the News

Tapping real-time financial data can improve economic policymaking

Measuring the nation’s economic health has long been a slow, costly and imprecise exercise, but researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have helped develop a new way to measure real-time consumer behavior that could vastly improve economic policymaking.

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