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Neslihan's research interests are in the fields of Experimental
Economics, Public Economics and Development Economics. She is
currently focusing on two types of economic situations:
public goods provision and reference-dependent preferences.
Her papers on public goods provision/charitable giving employ
theoretical, experimental and empirical techniques. A recent
project studies the impact of taxation on charitable contributions.
Her experimental papers on reference-dependency study how
individuals make decisions when there is a dominated reference point.