University of Michigan

 

    NESLIHAN ULER

 

 

I am an assistant research professor at the Research Center for Group Dynamics at the Institute for Social Research. My research interests are in the fields of Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, and Public Economics. I am currently focusing on two types of economic situations: public goods provision and reference-dependent preferences. My papers on public goods provision/charitable giving employ theoretical, experimental and empirical techniques. A recent project studies the impact of taxation on charitable contributions. My experimental papers on reference-dependence study how individuals make decisions when there is a dominated reference point.

 

 

 

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