Dr. Kenan Kalaycı


Senior Lecturer in Economics, The University of Queensland


PhD in Economics, Tilburg University, 2011

BA in Economics, Sabanci University, 2005


Regulating Bubbles Away? Experiment-Based Evidence of Price Limits and Trading Restrictions in Asset Markets with Deterministic and Stochastic Fundamental Values. forthcoming, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. (pdf)   (with Zhengyang Bao, Andreas Leibbrandt and Carlos Oyarzun)

Costly voting: A Large-scale real effort experiment. 2019, Experimental Economics, (with Marco Faravelli and Carlos Pimienta)

A Minimum Effort Coordination Game Experiment in Continuous Time. 2018, Experimental Economics (with Ailin Leng , Lana Friesen and Priscilla Man). (pdf)

Confusopoly: Competition and Obfuscation in Markets. 2016, Experimental Economics (pdf)

Complexity and asset legitimacy in retirement investment. 2016, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, (with Alan Tse and Lana Friesen ). (pdf)

Complexity and Biases. 2016, Experimental Economics, (with Marta Serra-Garcia). (pdf)

Price complexity and buyer confusion in markets. 2015, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. (pdf)

Buyer confusion and market prices. 2011, International Journal of Industrial Organization, (with Jan Potters). (pdf)

Grants, awards, fellowships

Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, Australian Research Council, $358,000 (2016-2018)

Distinguished Teaching Certificate, UQ School of Economics, International Industry Economics (small postgraduate courses), 2015.

Excellence in Teaching Award, UQ School of Economics, Industrial Economics (small undergraduate courses), 2014.

UQ Early Career Research Grant, $20000 (2013-2014)

Distinguished Teaching Certificate, UQ School of Economics, Experimental Economics (small undergraduate courses), 2012.