Iwan Barankay, PhD
Associate Professor, Wharton School
Dr. Barankay is an Associate Professor of Management in the Wharton School. Dr. Barankay’s research interests lie in the fields of behavioral economics, labor economics, personnel economics and field experiments. His current scope of research includes: interaction between workplace incentives and social networks; design and implementation of field experiments in personnel economics; rank preferences and status; political institutions and the efficiency of public good provision.
- Process Versus Outcomes Incentives for Lipid Management
- A Randomized Trial of Cognitive vs. Behavioral Incentives to Induce Sustained Healthy Oral Hygiene Habits and Improve Oral Health
- Project LIFT: Lifestyle intervention to promote fitness in transplantation
- Testing Behavioral Economic Interventions to Improve Statin Use and Reduce CVD Risk