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My research focuses on designing mechanisms to increase collaboration and align incentives between companies in a supply chain, or between a company and its employees with the goal of creating win-win situations. Regarding the former relation, I study contract mechanisms between companies which can result in higher profitability along with less waste of resources and sustainable supply chains. For the latter relation, I study bonus and transparency mechanisms that can motivate employees to exert more effort, share truthful information and choose actions that are in line with the company’s best interests. I was granted with a Ph.D. degree in Engineering Systems and Design from Singapore University of Technology and Design in Singapore, and M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Koç University in Turkey.
Who Should Bear the Risk? A Theoretical and Behavioral Investigation of After-Sales Service ContractsSSRN (2021)
Truth or funds for your project? Human behavior under competition for resources in R&D(2020)
Why are minimum order quantity contracts popular in practice?Manufacturing & Service Operations Management (2019)
Designing behavioral incentive and contract mechanisms(2018)
An adaptive large neighborhood search algorithm for a selective and periodic inventory routing problemEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2014)
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