Assistant Professor, Istanbul Technical University, 2015 – present
Ph.D., Economics, Boston University, Boston, MA, 2015
M.A.P.E., Economics, Boston University, Boston, MA, 2013
B.A., Economics (first class honors), University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, 2008
B.Sc., Pure Mathematics (first class honors), University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, 2008
Fields of Interest
Transportation Economics, Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomic Theory
“Regulation of the North American Taxicab Industry”, Ege Academic Review, June 2018
“An Empirical Analysis of Delays in the Turkish Airlines Network”, Journal of Air Transport Management, October 2017, with Resul Aydemir, Asil Buyukdagli, and Bulent Guloglu.
“Regulatory Reform in Selected Network Industries: Lessons from Turkey”, in Industrial Policy and Sustainable Growth, 2017, with Sencer Ecer.
“Free to Cruise: Designing a Market for Tradable Taxicab Cruising Rights”, Submitted July 2017.
“Regulation of the North American Taxicab Industry”, Submitted May 2017.
“Centralization and Competition among Taxi Dispatchers: The effect of service quality”, October 2017.
Work in Progress
“Causes of Delays in the US Airline Industry”, with Resul Aydemir.
“Competition among Taxi Dispatchers Under Multiple Platforms”
“Theoretical Motivations for Taxicab Regulation”
“Search and Intellectual Property Theft”
Kamil Ahmet, Master’s Thesis, In progress
Istanbul Technical University, 2014, 2017
Ivey Business School, 2015
TOBB University of Economic and Technology, 2014
Microeconomic Theory Workshop, Boston University, 2010, 2013, 2014
Lecturer, Department of Economics, Istanbul Technical University
Industrial Organization, 2015, 2016, 2017
Transport Economics, 2016, 2017
Economics of Innovation and Technological Change, 2016, 2017
Industrial Economics, 2015, 2016
Principles of Economics, 2016
Lecturer, Department of Economics, Boston University
Economic Analysis of Legal Issues, 2014
Intermediate Microeconomics Analysis, 2012, 2013
Economics of Corporate Organization, 2013
Instructor, Summer Term, Boston University
Environmental Economics, 2011, 2012
Market Structure and Economic Performance, 2012