Elizabeth Webb is a faculty member at Columbia's Graduate School of Business. Her research focuses primarily on sequential risk-taking and situational factors that can affect risk attitudes and perceptions over time. Professor Webb is also interested in understanding the mechanisms and processes underlying differences between dynamic and more static choice situations, both as it applies to risk-taking and other domains. In addition, she has research evaluating the psychology of money, as well as emotional experiences in the consumer realm. Professor Webb teaches the Behavioral Economics & Decision Making elective course.