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EMRE EKINCI

Profesor de Organización de Empresas

Educación

Ph. D. (Economics), Cornell University, 2012. Dissertation Title: “Essays on Personnel Economics” Committee: Michael Waldman (chair), Kevin F. Hallock, Francine D. Blau

M. A. (Economics), Koç University, 2007. Thesis Title: “Dealing with Attrition When Refreshment Samples are Available: An Application to the Turkish Household Labor Force Survey” Advisor: İnsan Tunalı

B. A. (Economics), Koç University, 2005.

Intereses de investigación

Labor Economics, Organizational Economics, Applied Econometrics and Industrial Organization.

Publicaciones seleccionadas

  • “Employee Referrals as a Screening Device,” The RAND Journal of Economics, 2016, Vol. 47 (3), pp. 688-708.
  • “Bonuses and Promotion Tournaments: Theory and Evidence,” Forthcoming, The Economic Journal (co-authored with Antti Kauhanen and Michael Waldman).
  • “Discretionary Bonuses and Turnover," Labour Economics, 2019, Vol. 60, pp. 30-49.
Emre Ekinci es profesor (con tenure) del Departamento de Economía de la Empresa en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Prof. Ekinci posee un Bachelor of Arts y un Master of Arts en Economía por la Universida de Koç (Turquía). Asimismo, ha obtenido su doctorado por el departamento de Economía de la Universidad de Cornell (USA).

Sus áreas de especialización son la economía de organizaciones, economía del trabajo, econometría aplicada y organización industrial.
  • “Employee Referrals as a Screening Device,” The RAND Journal of Economics, 2016, Vol. 47 (3), pp. 688-708.
  • “Bonuses and Promotion Tournaments: Theory and Evidence,” Forthcoming, The Economic Journal (co-authored with Antti Kauhanen and Michael Waldman).
  • “Discretionary Bonuses and Turnover,” Labour Economics, 2019, Vol. 60, pp. 30-49.
  • "The Effect of Firing Costs on Worker Productivity and Turnover: Theory and Evidence," mimeo, revised November 2018 (co-authored with David Wehrheim).
  • “Entrepreneurship in Equilibrium: A Signaling Approach,” mimeo, revised February 2017.
  • "Informal Delegation and Training," mimeo, revised February 2018 (co-authored with Nikolaos Theodoropoulos).
  • “Rescaled Additively Non-Ignorable (RAN) Model of Generalized Attrition," mimeo, revised May 2018 (co-authored with İnsan Tunalı and Berk Yavuzoğlu).