University of Maryland

 

    NESLIHAN ULER

 

 

Neslihan Uler is an assistant professor at the AREC department at the University of Maryland, and the director of the Symons Hall Experimental Laboratory (SHEL). Her research interests are in the fields of Public Economics, Environmental Economics and Experimental Economics. In particular, her work on public economics focuses on understanding public goods provision by examining the role of competition, authority, taxation, information and culture on voluntary giving decisions. Her work on environmental economics examines the effects of different mechanisms such as output-sharing partnerships and carbon offset markets on individual behavior when negative externalities are present and tests whether economic inefficiencies could be eliminated or at least mitigated through such policies.

 

 

 

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