Dr Battal Dogan

Dr Battal Dogan

Dr Battal Dogan
Senior Lecturer in Economics

3B13,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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battal.dogan@bristol.ac.uk

Department of Economics

Personal profile

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rochester, 2014. 

 

 

 

Research

Fields of interest

Market design, mechanism design, choice theory, and game theory.




Latest publications

  1. Dogan, B & Yenmez, MB, 2019, ‘Unified versus divided enrollment in school choice: Improving student welfare in Chicago’. Games and Economic Behavior, vol 118., pp. 366-373
  2. Dogan, B & Yenmez, MB, 2019, ‘Consistent Pareto Improvement Over the Student-Optimal Stable Mechanism’. Economic Theory Bulletin.
  3. Dogan, B, 2019, ‘Mechanism design approach to school choice: one versus many’. in: Jean-Franҫois Laslier, Hervé Moulin, M Remzi Sanver, William S Zwicker (eds) The Future of Economic Design: The Continuing Development of a Field as Envisioned by Its Researchers. Springer International Publishing AG
  4. Dogan, B & Klaus, B, 2018, ‘Object allocation via immediate acceptance: characterizations and an affirmative action application’. Journal of mathematical economics, vol 79., pp. 140-156
  5. Dogan, B, Dogan, S & Yildiz, K, 2018, ‘A new ex-ante efficiency criterion and implications for the probabilistic serial mechanism’. Journal of Economic Theory, vol 175., pp. 178-200
  6. Dogan, B, 2017, ‘How to control controlled school choice: comment’. American Economic Review, vol 107., pp. 1362-1364
  7. Dogan, B & Cho, WJ, 2017, ‘Stability and the immediate acceptance rule when school priorities are weak’. International Journal of Game Theory, vol 46., pp. 991-1014
  8. Dogan, B, 2017, ‘Eliciting the socially optimal allocation from responsible agents’. Journal of mathematical economics, vol 73., pp. 103-110
  9. Dogan, B, 2016, ‘Nash-implementation of the no-envy solution on symmetric domains of economies’. Games and Economic Behavior, vol 98., pp. 165-171
  10. Dogan, B & Cho, WJ, 2016, ‘​Equivalence of efficiency notions for ordinal assignment problems’. Economics Letters, vol 46., pp. 8-12
  11. Dogan, B & Yildiz, K, 2016, ‘Efficiency and stability of probabilistic assignments in marriage problems’. Games and Economic Behavior, vol 95., pp. 47-58
  12. Dogan, B, 2016, ‘Responsive affirmative action in school choice’. Journal of Economic Theory, vol 165., pp. 69-105
  13. Dogan, B & Koray, S, 2015, ‘Maskin-monotonic scoring rules’. Social Choice and Welfare, vol 44., pp. 423-432

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