Fatma received her PhD in Economics from UNC Chapel Hill in August 2013. She has previously taught Microeconomics and Macroeconomics courses at Washington and Lee University. Before joining St. Lawrence University, she was an assistant professor of economics in a reputable university in Turkey.
Her primary fields are microeconomic theory with a focus on industrial organization and game theory. Her current research focuses on the financial applications of Global Games and dynamic coordination games as well as on the measurement of network externalities in the telecommunication industry.
PhD in Economics
UNC Chapel Hill
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