TEACHING         WRITING           COURSE DESCRIPTIONS          EXPERIENCE           ART & ECONOMICS     PHOTOS

EMPLOYMENT

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Senior Lecturer, 2014- present

Wharton School of Business: Introduction to Economics for Business Students; Consumer Behavior; Managerial Economics; Monetary Economics and the Global Economy

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Teaching Fellow, 2014

Art Markets

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Lecturer, 2012-2014

Wharton School of Business: Introduction to Economics for Business Students

Economics of the Art Market

Labor Economics

WELLESLEY COLLEGE, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, 2011- 2012

Art and Economics

Behavioral Economics

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Introduction to Microeconomics

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, 2008- 2011

Independent Study in Economics 

Introduction to Macroeconomics 

Experimental Economics                                                                                   

Economics of Strategy                                                                          

KOC UNIVERSITY, ISTANBUL, Lecturer, Summer 2009                                                                                                   

Intermediate Macroeconomics

TEPPER SCHOOL of BUSINESS, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, Lecturer, 2005-2006                                    

Macroeconomics, MBA

JOHNSON GRADUATE SCHOOL of MANAGEMENT, CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Lecturer, 2004-2005                

Strategy, MBA              

EDUCATION

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, NY                                                                                                      

Ph.D. in Economics (Behavioral & Experimental Economics), 2008                                                                     

Master of Science in Economics, 2004                                                                                                       

KOC UNIVERSITY, Istanbul, Turkey                                                                                                     

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 1999                                                                              

GRANTS & AWARDS

Harvard University, Certificate of Distinction in Teaching

Wellesley College, Experimental Course Grant, for “Art and Economics”, 2012                                                      

Wellesley College, Educational Research and Development Grant, Behavioral Economics, 2011                                   

Middlebury College, Faculty Development Fund, for data collection “Moral Inconsistencies”, 2010                              

Middlebury College, Travel Grant, Professional Faculty Development Fund, 2010                                                    

Middlebury College, Johnson Chair Fund for Experimental Economics, 2008                                                        

Cornell University, Sage Fellowship (one-year research grant), 2002-2003                                                                     

Cornell University, Howard and Abby Milstein Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award, 2001-2002                            

Cornell University, Ernest Liu Family Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, 2000-2001                                             

Cornell University, Sage Fellowship (one-year research grant), 1999-2000                                                                

Koc University, Vehbi Koc Scholar, Istanbul, 1999                                                                                            

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC LECTURES

Boston College, Department of Economics (2014)

Harvard Business School, "Art Markets: An Economist's Perspective" (2014)

University of Pennsylvania, Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, “Consumer Judgment” lecture (2013)

Wharton School of Business, Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business Preceptorial. "Can a $5 garage sale painting ever be worth $40 million? The irresistible economics of the art world" (2013)

Wharton School of Business, “Wharton’s Brightest Minds,” Panelist (2013)

University of Pennsylvania, Department of Economics, Microeconomics lecture (2012)

Davis Museum, MA “Exploring the relationship between economics and art through Sol LeWitt” (2012)

Wellesley College, Smart Women Securities Wellesley Chapter Inauguration Panelist (2012)

Babson College, MBA Lecture in Behavioral Economics. (2011)

Wellesley College, Economics Student Association Luncheon Lecture (2011)

University of Vermont, Honors College, “The Pursuit of Knowledge: Disciplines, Universities, and Engagement,” Social Sciences Plenary Lecturer (2011)

University of Cambridge, UK, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference (2010)

Middlebury College, Department of Economics (2010)

University of Rhode Island, Department of Economics (2010)

Middlebury College, Department of Economics (2009)