Avner Strulov-Shlain’s research focuses on behavioral economics questions in the domains of quantitative marketing and industrial organization. He is interested in how market players, such as retailers or online marketplaces, interact with consumers who have psychological biases. How should firms respond to these consumers? and how do they respond in practice?
Prior to his graduate studies, Strulov-Shlain served as a captain in the Israel Defense Forces where he worked as head of section and analyst.
Strulov-Shlain earned his PhD in economics from University of California, Berkeley. His pre-doctoral studies include an MA in economics from Tel-Aviv University and a BSc in physics and mathematics from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.