Elif Incekara-Hafalir joined UTS in July 2017. She received her PhD in Economics from Penn State University in 2007 and has held academic positions at Carnegie Mellon University.
Elif's personal webpage can be found here:
Elif's research interests are in behavioral economics and experimental economics in general. Specifically, she is interested in
- Self-control problems
- Time inconsistency
- Consumer financial decision making
- Decision making under risk.
- Behavioral Economics
Incekara-Hafalir, E. & Linardi, S. 2017, 'Awareness of low self-control: Theory and evidence from a homeless shelter', Journal of Economic Psychology, vol. 61, pp. 39-54.View/Download from: UTS OPUS or Publisher's site
Incekara-Hafalir, E. 2015, 'Credit Card Competition and Naive Hyperbolic Consumers', Journal of Financial Services Research, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 153-175.View/Download from: Publisher's site
Incekara-Hafalir, E. & Stecher, J.D. 2012, 'An Experimental Test of Theories of Behavior in Allais-Type Tasks', SSRN Electronic Journal.View/Download from: Publisher's site