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Asena Caner

Research Fellows

TOBB-University of Economics and Technology


Areas of Interest:

  • Applied Microeconomics (Development, Labor, and Health Economics)
  • Applied Microeconometrics

Education:

  • Ph.D in Economics, New York University, NY. January 2003
  • Master of Arts in Economics, New York University, NY. September 2000
  • Master of Arts in Economics (Minor in Statistics), North Carolina State University (NCSU). Summer 1996
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey. June 1992

Experience:

  • Visiting researcher at Aarhus University, Denmark. 2017-2018 Academic year
  • Full Professor, TOBB-University of Economics and Technology (TOBB-ETU), Ankara, September 2015-. Teaching Development Economics, Microeconometrics, Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Associate Professor, TOBB-University of Economics and Technology (TOBB-ETU), Ankara, September 2009-. Teaching Microeconomic Theory, Statistics, Development Economics, Graduate level Statistics

Latest Publications:

  • Asena Caner, Yenal Can Yiğit. “Relative Deprivation and its Association with Health Indicators: Lower Inequality May Not Improve Health”, Social Science & Medicine – Population Health, Volume 7, April 2019, 100381.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2019.100381
  • Ozan Ekşi, Asena Caner, Ünay Tamgaç. “Relative Deprivation and Life Satisfaction among Europeans: Keeping Up with Others”, Boğaziçi Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, Vol. 32, no. 2 (2018), pp. 19-46 doi: 10.21773/boun.32.2.2   http://www.bujournal.boun.edu.tr/_uploads/32_2_2.pdf
  • Asena Caner, Seyit M. Cilasun. “Healthcare Services and the Elderly: Utilization and Satisfaction in the Aftermath of the Turkish Health Transformation Program”, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/2333721418822868
  • Caner Asena, Karaoğlan Deniz, Yaşar Gülbiye. Utilization of health-care services by young children: The aftermath of the Turkish Health Transformation Program. The International Journal of Health Planning and Management. 2018; 33: 596–613. DOI: 10.1002/hpm.2504

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