PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Ella Miron-Spektor
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No of theses 12
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Herrmann Marnina Eden 2019 PhD Abstracts The Dynamic Relationship Between Constraints and Creativity: The Effect of Timing
Eliav Emuna 2019 PhD Abstracts Can Funny Women Get Ahead? Managing the Warmth-Competence Paradox Through Humor
Lazar Moran 2021 PhD Abstracts The Effect of Team Formation Processes on Entrepreneurial Success: Integrating Micro and Macro Approaches
Lindenbaum Tal 2019 MSc Abstracts Leading to Success with a Paradox Mindset and a Proactive Coping Approach: A Story of Employees' Adaptivity
Lazar Moran 2017 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Knowledge Utilization and Coordination on Team Performance: The Mediating Role of Credibility and Helping Behavior
Zaidberg Yael 2017 MSc Abstracts Starting-up: When Team Self-promotion Contributes to Entrepreneurial Success in Pitching Events (and When it Does Not)
Soibelman Daniela 2016 MSc Abstracts Are my Ideas Original? The Cues Underlying Originality Judgments
Ashkenazi Ortal 2016 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Locus of Control and Creative Self Efficacy on Innovation: The Moderating Role of Embracing Paradox
Yaniv Hadas 2016 MSc Abstracts Learning from Creative Experience: The Effect of Procedural Justice and Learning Orientation on Creativity
Goren Roni 2015 MSc Abstracts A Reappraisal of Reappraisal: The Effect of Emotion Regulation Strategy and Observed Anger Intensity on Creativity
Eliav Emuna 2014 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Frequent Interruptions on Creative Problem Solving
Eisenberg Roni 2014 MSc Abstracts Unpacking Paradoxical Frames: When and why Recognizing and Embracing Contradictions Fuel Creativity?