Alp Atakan joins QMUL as Professor of Economics from Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey. He previously was an Assistant professor at Northwestern University and holds a PhD from Columbia University. His research interests are Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory and his current research focuses on information economics, auction design, search and bargaining, and dynamic games.
- Microeconomic Theory
- Game Theory
- Atakan A., Ekmekci M. (2015) "Reputation in the Long-run with Imperfect Monitoring", Journal of Economic Theory.
- Atakan A., Ekmekci M. (2014) "Bargaining and Reputation in Search Markets", Review of Economic Studies.
- Atakan A., Ekmekci M. (2014) "Auctions, Actions, and the Failure of Information Aggregation", The American Economic Review
- Atakan A., Ekmekci M. (2013) "A Two-sided Reputation Result with Long-run Players", Journal of Economic Theory.