Faculty/
Nadav Klein, Ph.D.
Nadav Klein, Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor of Business
Accomplishments

  • Published in premier journals with wide readerships in the fields of decision making, management, consumer behavior, behavioral science, psychology, and general business
  • Collaborated with colleagues to build a productive research program on reputation, moral judgment, and social judgment

Professor Nadav Klein is passionate about the opportunity psychological research offers to better understand how people evaluate and interact with each other. More specifically, he is interested in reputation and how people can build, repair, and communicate it effectively. Professor Klein is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Chicago, where he also earned his Ph.D. in Managerial and Organizational Behavior at the Booth School of Business. Before the University of Chicago, he worked in consulting and earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from Amherst College. 

As a teacher, Professor Klein cares most about the opportunity to inspire students the same way he had once been with the insights psychological research can give students about how and why people behave, think, and decide the way they do.