School of Business
Azar Abizada

Azar Abizada

Associate Professor


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  • Office : A334

My fields of interest are Game Theory, Mechanism Design, Decision Theory, and Auction Theory. My teaching motto was always the following quote by the brilliant Albert Einstein: “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”

  • Matching and Market Design
  • Game Theory
  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Microeconomic Analysis
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Political Economy: Game Theoretic Approach
  • Business Statistics
  • Statistics for Decision Making
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Empirical and Mathematical Reasoning
  • PhD, University of Rochester
  • BA,  Bogazici University
Joined ADA June, 2012

- “Paths to stability for college admissions with budget constraint”, International Journal of Game Theory Vol 46(3), pages 879-890;

- “Incentives in landing slot problems” (with James Schummer), Journal of Economic Theory, Vol 170, pages 29-55;

- “Stability and incentives for college admissions with budget constraints”, Theoretical Economics, Vol 11(2), (May 2016), pages 735-756;

- “House allocation when construction schedule is unpredictable” (with Siwei Chen), Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol 81, (May 2016), pages 29-37;

- “Stability and strategy-proofness for college admission problem with eligibility criterion” (with Siwei Chen), Review of Economic Design, Vol 19, (March 2015), pages 47-66;

- “A characterization of the uniform rule based on new robustness properties” (with Siwei Chen), Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol 71 (September 2014), pages 80-85.