Dr. Dana Turjeman
Dana Turjeman is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Arison School of Business, Reichman University. She holds a PhD in Quantitative Marketing from Ross School of Business in the University of Michigan. Prior to her PhD, she was a software engineer and a technical team lead at Intel corporation, and earned a BSc in Computer Science and an MBA (with honors) from The Hebrew University.
Dr. Turjeman’s research examines privacy aspects in customer behavior, such as reactions to data breaches, privacy risks and privacy controls, as well as development of privacy protection methods to assist in protecting customer data. She integrates and develops methodologies in causal inference, statistics, computer science and psychology, in order to understand and improve human behavior in privacy settings.
Dooley, Samuel, Dana Turjeman, John P. Dickerson, and Elissa M. Redmiles, (2022, forthcoming) “Field Evidence of the Effects of Pro-sociality and Transparency on COVID-19 App Attractiveness”. 2022 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). Available on SocArXiv: https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/gm6js/
Turjeman, Dana and Fred M. Feinberg (2020), “Our Data Driven Future: Promise, Perils and Prognoses”. Review of Marketing Research: Continuing to Broaden the Marketing Concept