Dr. Hande Erkut
since October 2017 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, WZB
2013–2017 PhD in Economics, Maastricht University
October 2016–June 2017 Visiting Researcher, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
February–May 2015 Visiting Researcher, Columbia University
2011–2012 MSc in Behavioural Economics, University of Nottingham
2009–2012 MA in Philosophy and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
2005–2009 BA in Economics, Bilkent University
Identifying social norms using coordination games: Spectators vs. stakeholders, Economics Letters, 130, 28-31, 2015 (with D. Nosenzo and M. Sefton).
Incentivized measurement of social norms using coordination games, Analyse & Kritik, Volume 42(1), 97-106, 2020. (Available upon request)
Preference measurement and manipulation in experimental economics. In A. Schram and A. Ule (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Experimental Economics, 39-56. Edward Elgar Publishing: Glos, UK. (with E. Reuben). (Available upon request)
"Social norms and preferences for generosity are domain dependent." Accepted subject to minor revision at Games and Economic Behavior
"Working until you drop: Image concerns or prosocial motives?" (with S. Shalvi)
Work in progress
"Help and communication in networks," with E. Reuben.
"Moral repugnance and the role of agency," with D. Kübler.
"Malleability of climate norms," with D. Kübler and F. Özkan.
"Misinformation and Willful Ignorance," with D. Özdemir.
"Lie O'clock," with G. Michailidou.