School of Economics and Public Policy
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
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I am a theoretical microeconomics, specialized in social choice and welfare, coalitional game theory, axiomatic fair allocation, fair mechanism design. Particular problems I worked on include problem of allocating indivisible resources, queueing problem, travelling salesman problem, Vickrey-Clarke-Groves mechanisms, etc.
Date Position Institution name 2018 - ongoing Associate Professor University of Adelaide 2017 - ongoing Deputy Head of School of Economics University of Adelaide 2016 - 2017 Acting Head of School University of Adelaide 2013 - 2017 Senior lecturer University of Adelaide 2007 - 2013 Lecturer University of Adelaide, Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2017 Research Award Women's Research Excellence Awards University of Adelaide Australia 5000 2017 Award Diversity and Inclusion Grant University of Adelaide Australia 2500 2017 Research Award Aiming for the Stars Grant Uni of Adelaide 5000 2016 Research Award Momentum grant University of Adelaide Australia 4500 2001 Scholarship Ph.D Fellowship and Tuition Scholarship University of Rochester United States 2001 Fellowship The Sproull Fellowship and Tuition Scholarship University of Rochester United States 2001 Award The Gerstenberg Prize in Economics University of London United Kingdom 2001 Recognition Valedictorian-Dux Istanbul Bilgi University Turkey 1999 Award University of London Awards for Academic Achievement London School of Economics and Political Science United Kingdom 1997 Award First prize in national essay competition Toprak Bank Turkey
Language Competency English Turkish
Date Institution name Country Title 2003 - 2007 University of Rochester United States PhD 2001 - 2003 University of Rochester, Rochester United States MA Economics 2001 - 1997 University of London Honours Program in Economics and Finance, Istanbul Bilgi University Turkey BSc Economics 1998 - 2001 London School of Economics and Political Science, London United Kingdom BSc Economics
Year Citation 2022 Megalokonomou, R., Vidal-Fernandez, M., & Yengin, D. (2022). Underrepresentation of women in undergraduate economics degrees in Europe: A comparison with STEM and business degrees. In Critical Perspectives on Economics of Education (pp. 6-20). Routledge.
Year Citation 2015 Yengin, D., & Chun, Y. (2015). Welfare Lower Bounds and Strategyproofness in the Queueing Problem. In http://www.saet.uiowa.edu/papers/2015/YoungsubChun.pdf. University of Cambridge. 2012 Yengin, D. (2012). Axiomatizing Political Philosophy of Distributive Justice: Equivalence of No-Envy and Egalitarian-Equivalence with Welfare Egalitarianism. In http://www.saet.uiowa.edu/pdfs/NE-EE%20May%203%202012.pdf. University of Queensland. 2009 Yengin, D. (2009). Appointment Games in Fixed-Route Traveling Salesman Problems. In http://www.gtcenter.org/Archive/Conf09/Conf/Yengin743.pdf. Stony Brook University , NY, USA. 2008 Yengin, D. (2008). Groves mechanisms and welfare bounds in a variable population setting. In Proceedings of the SED 2008 5th Conference on Economic Design (pp. 1-28). USA: Society for Economic Design. 2008 Yengin, D. (2008). Fixed-route traveling salesman games and the shapley value. In Proceedings of the Third World Congress of the Game Theory Society (pp. 1-16). USA: Kellog School of Management. 2006 Yengin, D. (2006). Solidarity, Monotonicity, and Fairness Properties of the Groves Mechanisms. In https://editorialexpress.com/conference/IIMSCC/program/IIMSCC.html. Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey.
Year Citation 2009 yengin, D. (2009). Appointment Games in Fixed-Route Traveling Salesman Problems and the Shapley Value. 2009 yengin, D. (2009). Fairness in Auctions and Task Assignments.
University of Adelaide, Australia:
University of Rochester, USA
Sabanci University, Turkey:
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2019 - 2022 Co-Supervisor The Role of Energy in an Energy Constrained Economy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr K M Alamgir Kabir 2012 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Three Essays on Experimental Economics Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Sookie Zhang 2011 - 2013 Co-Supervisor Essays on Pricing and Learning in Bertrand Markets Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Hang Wu 2010 - 2013 Co-Supervisor Semiparametric Models with Endogeneity and their Application to an Empirical Demand Analysis Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Nam-Hyun Kim
Date Role Committee Institution Country 2017 - ongoing Board Member Economic Society of Australia, South Australia Branch Executive Committee Australia 2016 - ongoing Board Member Women in Economics South Australia Australia 2016 - ongoing Co-Founder Women in Economics Network national committee Economic Society of Australia Australia
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