Dr. Tamar Sagiv is a lecturer of organizational behavior. She received her Ph.D from the faculty of management at Tel Aviv University (August 2011), and BA in Biology (Magna Cum Laude) from the faculty of life sciences at Tel Aviv University (July 2002). Dr. Sagiv was a visiting researcher at Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley (2008/9) and the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Stanford University (2009 /10).Dr. Sagiv’s research interests in Macro Organizational Behavior and Strategy include evolution of industries, especially the cultural industry, creativity and authenticity in economic transactions and organizations, evolution of new artistic genres, institutional theory and institutional transformation, corporate governance and elite networks. She seeks to explore how the interplay between individual agents and institutional mechanisms bring (or do not bring) to the formation of new organizational forms.