David Faro received his PhD in Marketing and Behavioural Science at the University of Chicago. He joined London Business School in 2006.
Dr Faro’s research examines consumer and managerial decision-making. He is particularly interested in how to help consumers make better financial and health decisions.
He also does research on the psychology of time perception and prosocial behaviour.
Dr Faro co-directs two executives education programmes at the London Business School: Strategic Branding and Decision-Making Strategies for Leaders.
He also teaches the elective course Behavioural Economics and Decision-Making.
Before joining academia, Dr Faro worked in the household appliance firms in Turkey and Greece.
He speaks English, Turkish and Hebrew.