PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor DR. Edith Shalev
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No of theses 8
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Kravets Margarita 2020 MSc Abstracts Do High Centrality Consumers Search More? The Effect of Centrality on Active Information Search and Conformity to the Norm
Matar Haneen 2018 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Power on Judgments of Conflict and Similarity
Shahaf Ayala 2018 MSc Abstracts When Power Increases Susceptibility to Influence: The Case of the Outsider Influencer
Laronne Kim 2018 MSc Abstracts Did not Expect It from You! The Effect of Source Typicality on Perceived Message Originality, Persuasion and WOM
Lahav Orit 2017 MSc Abstracts Being in the Know: The Need for Information and the Central’s Susceptibility to Influence in an Online Social Network
Shpatz Noy 2016 MSc Abstracts The Influence of Centrality on Susceptibility to Social Influence: The Role of Group Attractiveness and Self-Construal
Gaidar Tamara 2014 MSc Abstracts How dose the Opinion of an Anonymous Consumer Affect Consumer Attitudes? The Role of Information Fluency
Eiges Hadas 2013 MSc Abstracts Social Status on Social Networking Sites – A Comparative Analysis between Three Social Status Measures