Ece Yegane is a sixth-year Ph.D. student at University of Maryland. Ece has research interests in microeconomic theory with an emphasis on decision theory and behavioral economics. Her job market paper studies choice-theoretic foundations of limited consideration due to imperfections in attention and memory.

 

 

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Degrees

  • Degree Type
    M.A.
    Degree Details
    Economics, University of Maryland
  • Degree Type
    M.A.
    Degree Details
    Economics, Sabanci University
  • Degree Type
    B.A.
    Degree Details
    Economics, Sabanci University

Research

  • “Revealed Attention and Memory”, with Yusufcan Masatlioglu (Job Market Paper)
  • “Revealing Unobserved Price Discounts”, with Yusufcan Masatlioglu, work in progress
  • “Stochastic Choice with Limited Memory”, Journal of Economic Theory, 205, 105548, 2022.
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Email
eyegane [at] umd.edu