Mehmet A. Soytas

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Ozyegin UniversityAssistant Professor of EconomicsKAPSARCSenior Research AssociateTurkey

I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh (2011). I worked as a graduate research assistant in the Center for Industry Studies at the University of Pittsburgh (2011), and as a consultant for World Bank’s Ankara Office (2012) before joining Ozyegin University in Fall 2012.
My research areas include the fields of labor economics, applied microeconomics and econometrics. My current empirical focus is mainly on the persistence of income across generations, intergenerational aspects of lifecycle decisions, and effects of parental investment in children within an intergenerational context.
I teach courses on microeconomics, econometrics, applied econometrics, and labor economics at Ozyegin University.

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