Dr. Azar Abizada
Assistant Professor of Economics
Dr. Azar Abizada earned his BA degree with honors in Business Administration from Bogazici University, Turkey, where he received "Best Foreign Student of the Year" award. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from University of Rochester, NY, USA, where he taught Economic Statistics, Industrial Organizations and Game Theory courses.
Dr. Abizada's fields of interest are Game Theory, Mechanism Design, Decision Theory, and Auction Theory.
• "Stability and incentives for college admissions with budget constraints", Theoretical Economics, Vol.11 Issue 2, pages 735-756.
• “House allocation when construction schedule is unpredictable” Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol.81, pages 29-37. (with Siwei Chen)
• "Stability and strategy-proofness for college admission problem with an entrance criterion" Review of Economic Design, Vol.19, pages 47-66. (with Siwei Chen)
• "A characterization of the uniform rule based on new robustness properties" Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol.71, pages 80-85. (with Siwei Chen)