Dr Yiğit Sağlam

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Undergraduate Programme Director/Senior Lecturer School of Economics and Finance

Courses

Teaching in 2018

Qualifications

BS Middle East Technical University (Turkey)
PhD University of Iowa

Research interests

Applied Econometrics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

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Publications

  • 'The trade impacts of a food scare: The Fonterra contamination incident' (with Ilan Noy and Katarina Stojkov), Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, forthcoming.
  • 'Auctioning the digital dividend: A model for spectrum auctions' (with Toby Daglish and Phuong Ho), International Journal of Industrial Organization, 53 (2017), pp. 63-98
  • 'Supply-based dynamic Ramsey pricing with two sectors: Avoiding water shortages', Water Resources Research, 51 (2015), pp. 669-684.
  • 'Optimal pricing of water: Optimal departures from the inverse-elasticity rule', Water Resources Research, 49 (2013), pp. 7864–7873.
  • 'Structural econometric methods in auctions: A guide to the literature' (with Hickman, Brent R. and Timothy P. Hubbard), Journal of Econometric Methods, 1, 1 (2012), pp. 66–105.
  • 'International competitiveness and the unit-labor-cost-based competitiveness index' (with Keyder, Nur and Muhammed K. Ozturk), METU Studies in Development, 1 (2004), pp. 43–70.

Working papers

  • 'Welfare implications of water shortages: Higher prices or desalination'.
  • 'Downside risk in reservoir management' (with Catarina Roseta-Palma).
  • 'Market structure, information sharing and efficient environmental taxes' (with Jihad Elnaboulsi and Wassim Dahery).

Work in progress

  • 'Commuting and residential decisions in the greater Wellington region' (with Mairead de Roiste and Toby Daglish).
  • 'Joint decisions vs. Individual preferences' (with Mairead de Roiste and Toby Daglish).
  • 'Clustered errors in logit models' (with Toby Daglish and Oliver Robertson).
  • 'Finite sample induction in financial markets' (with Peter Watkins).
  • 'New Zealand dairy: A look at global dairy trade (GDT) and forward trading strategies' (with Toby Daglish and Cameron Judge).
  • 'Supply adjustment in multi-unit auctions: The case of dairy auctions from New Zealand' (with Toby Daglish and Jack Robles).

Courses

Teaching in 2018