King's College London
Mihael Jeklic teaches negotiation and applied decision science at King’s College in London. He previously worked as a lawyer and as a banker in the city of London and served as an advisor to the Slovene government on restructuring and privatisation. Mr Jeklic holds graduate degrees in law from Harvard and in psychoanalysis from University College London. His research interests involve rationality in decision making with a focus on unconscious motivation, confabulation, and conscious and unconscious aspects of bounded ethicality, particularly in the principal-agent context.