University of Michigan Institute for Social Research
                Research Center for Group Dynamics

 

Neslihan Uler

Research Assistant Professor, Research Center for Group Dynamics, ISR;
Lecturer I in Economics, LSA

Neslihan Uler
5027 ISR
426 Thompson Street
neslihan@umich.edu

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.