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Gorkem Celik
Professeur, Département Économie

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Formation

Ph.D. Economics, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA                                                    

Dissertation "Three Essays on the Informational Aspects of Untrustworthy Experts, Elusive Agents and Corrupt Supervisors''
Committee Co-chairs: Jeffrey Ely, Michael Whinston
Committee Members: David Austen-Smith, Asher Wolinsky

B.A. in Economics, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey

 

Biographie
Gorkem Celik teaches economics in the PhD, advanced masters, and MBA programs. Before joining ESSEC in 2009, he worked at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Gorkem is an economic theorist. He studies what type of economic institutions and mechanisms are needed to achieve specific objectives. His main focus is on settings where individuals hold relevant private information (such as the cost of providing a service or the value of using it), but are unwilling to reveal this information due to conflicting self interests. Gorkem uses game theory to understand how people react to different rules under different information structures. Gorkem's research has been supported by the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Council of Canada and the European Commission through a Marie Curie Reintegration Grant. His research papers appear in academic journals including Journal of Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, and RAND Journal of Economics

Research Statement  (August 2015)

Thèmes de Recherche
Thèmes

Primary: Contract theory, Economics of Information

Secondary: Microeconomics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization, Positive Political Theory, Law and Economics




Projets en Cours
Equilibrium Rejection of a Mechanism, joint work with Michael Peters, under revision. 
Publications académiques
Articles
  "Resale in second-price auctions with costly participation" (G. Celik, O. Yilankaya), international journal of industrial Organization, sept. 2017, Vol. 54, Numéro September, p. 148‑174
  "Reciprocal relationships and mechanism design" (G. Celik, M. Peters), Canadian Journal of Economics, sept. 2016, Vol. 49, Numéro 1, p. 374‑411
  "Implementation by Gradual Revelation" (G. Celik), RAND Journal of Economics (The), mai 2015, Vol. 46, Numéro 2, p. 271‑296
  "Equilibrium Rejection of a Mechanism" (G. Celik, M. Peters), Games and Economic Behavior, nov. 2011, Vol. 73, Numéro 2, p. 375‑387
  "Optimal Auctions with Simultaneous and Costly Participation " (G. Celik, O. Yilankaya), The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (Advances) , juil. 2009, Vol. 9, Numéro 1
  "Mechanism Design with Collusive Supervision" (G. Celik), Journal of Economic Theory, janv. 2009, Vol. 144, Numéro 1, p. 69‑95
  "On the Optimality of Nonmaximal Fines in the Presence of Corruptible Enforcers" (G. Celik, S. Sayan), Review of Economic Design, sept. 2008, Vol. 12, Numéro 3, p. 209‑227
  "Counter Marginalization of Information Rents: Implementing Negatively Correlated Compensation Schemes for Colluding Parties" (G. Celik), The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (Contributions), févr. 2008, Vol. 8, Numéro 1
  "Mechanism Design with Weaker Incentive Compatibility Constraints" (G. Celik), Games and Economic Behavior, juil. 2006, Vol. 56, Numéro 1, p. 37‑44


Working papers
  "Resale in Second-Price Auctions with Costly Participation" (avec O. Yilankaya). Koç University-TUSIAD Economic Research Forum Working Papers, 1501 janv. 15.
  "RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIPS AND MECHANISM DESIGN" (avec M. Peters). The University of British Columbia, août 11.
  "Optimal auctions with Simultaneous and Costly Participation" (avec O. Yilankaya). UBC Department of Economics, janv. 05.
  "Interested Experts: Do They Know More?" The University of British Columbia, mars 03.


Autres activités pédagogiques

2002 - 2009 - Assistant Professor, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Oct 2006-Aug 2007 - Visiting Assistant Professor, Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey

Prix et distinctions

2000-2001: Robert Eisner Graduate Fellowship, Department of Economics, Department of Economics, Northwestern University  (awarded annually to a graduate student who has distinguished himself in both teaching and research)

 1998: Distinction in the Preliminary Exams in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics, Department of Economics, Northwestern University

1997-1998: University Fellowship, Northwestern University

 


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