Ozlem Tonguc

​Assistant Professor of Economics, Binghamton University

Fields: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Political Economy

Email: tonguc@binghamton.edu

Office: 1102 Library Tower

CV (pdf)

​Research

“Participatory fuzzy cognitive mapping analysis to evaluate the future of water in the Seyhan Basin”, Journal of Water and Climate Change, Vol. 4, No.2, pp. 131-145, 2013, with E.H. Cakmak, H. Dudu, O.H. Eruygur, M. Ger and S. Onurlu.

“Vote Buying with and without Binding Promises”, October 2018, with Erkut Ozbay

“Anticipated Guilt Aversion and Reciprocity: An Experimental Analysis”, November 2019

“History Dependence of Third-Party Punishment in Social Dilemmas: Defection Rate, Horizon and Experience ”, August 2021, with Leyla Karakas

"Predictors of Social Distancing and Mask-Wearing Behavior: Panel Survey in Seven U.S. States", September 2020, with Plamen Nikolov, Andreas Pape and Charlotte Williams


Teaching

ECON 160: Principles of Microeconomics, Binghamton University, Fall 2017 - Fall 2019

ECON 612: Microeconomic Theory II (PhD), Binghamton University, Spring 2018 -

ECON 550x/650x: Behavioral and Experimental Economics (Graduate), Binghamton University, Spring 2020 -

​ECON 414: Game Theory, University of Maryland