I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics of Tilburg University. Previously, I was a  post-doc at the CREED (Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making) at the University of Amsterdam and an Assistant Professor at the University of Manchester. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from CentER Graduate School, at Tilburg University.

I am a behavioral economist interested in combining theory and experiments to study diverse topics. In one line of research, I study how to optimally design incentive schemes in competitive environments (e.g. workplace) utilizing different instruments (monetary bonuses, relative performance rankings, information disclosure) to boost performance.  I also have an interest in organizational economics focused on discrimination and gender differences. In another line, I explore how coordination and cooperation are affected by information demand, communication availability, and strategic environment in markets and social dilemma situations. I also run field experiments; for example to study information design in a marketing setting using online auctions with representative Dutch samples. 

Research Interests: Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Organizational Economics, Industrial Organisation, Game Theory

Address:  Tilburg University, Koopmans Building, K 333, Warandelaan  2, 5037 AB, Tilburg, Netherlands
Email: aysegulmermer{at}gmail{dot}com , A.G.Mermer {at} tilburguniversity {dot} edu