|Assistant Professor in Economics in the Business School||MHL 365||+44 (0) 191 33 47251|
He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid with the dissertation titled “Essays on contests and conflicts” in July 2014.
He specializes in game theory, microeconomics, and applied microeconomic theory. His particular interests are contests, political economy, and evolutionary game theory.
I am an Assistant Professor in Economics in Durham University Business School. I obtained my Ph.D. from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in July, 2014.
- Game Theory
- Applied Microeconomic Theory
- Vesperoni, Alberto & Yildizparlak, Anil (2019). Contests with draws: axiomatization and equilibrium. Economic Inquiry 57(3): 1597-1616.
- Vesperoni, Alberto. & Yildizparlak, Anil. (2019). Inequality and conflict outbreak. Social Choice and Welfare 53(1): 135-173.
- Damianov, D.S., Sanders, S. & Yildizparlak, A. (2018). Asymmetric Endogenous Prize Contests. Theory and Decision 85(3-4): 435-453.
- Yildizparlak, A. (2018). An Application of Contest Success Functions for Draws on European Soccer. Journal of Sports Economics 19(8): 1191-1212.
- Corchón, Luis C. & Yildizparlak, Anil (2013). Give peace a chance: The effect of ownership and asymmetric information on peace. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 92: 116-126.