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Fulya Ersoy - Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA, US

Fulya Ersoy Fulya Ersoy

Assistant Professor of Economics | Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Biography

Fulya Ersoy is a tenure-track assistant professor in the Economics department at Loyola Marymount University since August 2018. She holds a PhD in Economics from Stanford University. Her primary research interests are the economics of education and experimental economics. Her current work aims to understand the reasons behind poor academic performance of students and improve the educational outcomes of students. She holds a BA in Management from Bogazici University and an MA in Economics from Sabanci University. She spent a semester visiting Maastricht University during her undergraduate studies.

Education (3)

Stanford University: Ph.D., Economics

Sabanci University: M.A., Economics 2012

Bogazici University: B.A., Management 2010

Areas of Expertise (3)

Economics of Education Experimental Economics Behavioral Economics

Accomplishments (2)

Stanford University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

2017

Sabanci University Teaching Assistant Award

2011

Languages (1)

  • Turkish

Event Appearances (15)

Bay Area Behavioral & Experimental Economics Workshop

University of San Francisco  2018

Awesomely Adaptive and Advanced Learning Behavior Lab (AAA Lab)

Stanford University  2018

Job Talk

University of New South Wales  2018

Job Talk

Loyola Marymount University  2018

Job Talk

Nottingham University  2018

Job Talk

Bilkent University  2018

Stanford Public Economics and Environmental Science Association

Stanford University  2017

North American Society for Experimental Finance

Richmond, VA  2017

North American Economics Science Association Conference

Richmond, VA  2017

Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics: Experimental Economics

Stanford University  2018

Southwest Experimental and Behavioral Economics Workshop

University of California, Santa Barbara  2017

Bay Area Behavioral & Experimental Economics Workshop

Santa Clara University  2017

Spring School in Behavioral Economics

University of California, San Diego  2017

North American Economics Science Association Conference

Tucson, AZ  2016

Center for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS)

University of Oxford  2015

Research Grants (8)

Leonard W. Ely and Shirley R. Ely Graduate Student Fellowship

Stanford University 

2017-2018

Shultz Graduate Student Fellowship in Economic Policy

Stanford University 

2017-2018

Institute for Research in the Social Sciences

Stanford University 

2017-2018

Shultz Graduate Student Fellowship in Economic Policy

Stanford University 

2016-2017

Stanford Graduate Research Opportunities Fund

Stanford University 

2016

Russell Sage Small Grants in Behavioral Economics

Russell Sage Foundation 

2016

Graduate Fellowship

Stanford University Department of Economics 

2012-2013

Graduate Scholarship

The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey 

2010-2012

Courses (2)

ECON 3100

Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON 4998

Special Studies: Economics of Education

Articles (1)

Parking as a Loss Leader at Shopping Malls Science Direct

With Eren Inci and Kevin Hasker

2016-09-01

This paper investigates the pricing of malls in an environment where shoppers choose between a car and public transportation in getting to a suburban mall. The mall implicitly engages in mixed bundling; it sells goods bundled with parking to shoppers who come by car, and only goods to shoppers who come by public transportation. There are external costs of discomfort in public transportation due to crowdedness. Thus, shoppers using public transportation deter each other. The mall internalizes these external costs, much like a policy maker. To do so, it raises the sales price of the good and sets a parking fee less than parking’s marginal cost. Hence, parking is always a loss leader. Surprisingly, this pricing scheme is not necessarily distortionary.

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