Doron Kliger is a Faculty Member at the Department of Economics, the University of Haifa, Israel, specializing in Finance and Behavioral Economics. While at the US, he has been associated with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Kliger is the Chair of Graduate Studies at Economics Department; Head of the Specialization in Behavioral Economics (joint with the Technion) and the Specialization in Finance; and Academic Member of the Israel Association of Actuaries (ILAA).
Kliger serves as a consultant in economics, finance and accounting issues; his past employment included auditing and reviewing professional material at the Kesselman & Kesselman (PriceWaterhouseCoopers Israel) CPA office.
Kliger is an Associate Editor at Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (inter alia, co-edited a Special Issue on Empirical Behavioral Finance); Associate Editor at Journal of Economic Psychology, Associate Editor at Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly Journal of Socio-Economics); and Editor at Review of Behavioral Economics.
He has published in a wide range of journals in finance, economics, insurance, and probability, on topics including asset pricing, bond rating, behavioral economics and finance, decision making, industrial organization, and insurance pricing.
Kliger has been awarded the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (at the Ministry of Justice) Medal for excellence in accounting studies (twice); the Israel Knesset (The Israeli Parliament) Appreciation Certificate for excellence in studies (twice); the Institute of Certified Public Accountants Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Auditors Council Examinations; as well as the Fulbright Fellowship, by the United States - Israel Education Foundation.