Gleb's scholarly expertise lies at the intersection of psychology and behavioral economics applies theoretical frameworks drawn from these fields to case studies in business and other areas. His specific research is in effective decision-making, emotional and social intelligence, and meaning and purpose. With an academic career spanning over 15 years, Gleb published two academic books and over 30 peer-reviewed essays in journals and edited volumes in the United States, England, France, Germany, and Russia. Gleb served as a professor at The Ohio State University's Decision Sciences Collaborative and a Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before leaving academia to focus full-time on the private sector. You can view Gleb's CV here.