Merve Burnazoglu MSc
m.burnazoglu@uu.nl
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Profile

Merve Burnazoglu is a PhD candidate and teaching assistant in Economics at the Utrecht University School of Economics. Her research interests include philosophy and methodology of economics applied to migration and integration. Her dissertation is titled, “Migrating Identities: Models, Measures, and Institutions” and is supervised by John B. Davis, Marcel Boumans, and Janneke Plantenga. It investigates how migration and integration are modeled, measured and the policies regarding these are designed. Having worked on the migration and integration models from an identity-based matching theory approach, she is currently in search of a field work for investigating the measurement practices relating to the subject. Merve earned an MSc in Economics, with a specialization in Public Policy Analysis and Philosophical Foundations from Aix-Marseille School of Economics and a BSc in Economics from the Hacettepe University. She also experienced a fast track in MA in Philosophy & Economics at the University of Bayreuth and an exchange year at the University of Strasbourg. During the 2018-2019 academic year, she is also a Mercatus Center Adam Smith Fellow at George Mason University for which she is working on the Austrian, Virginia, and Bloomington schools of political economy in addition to her research at the Utrecht University. 

Strategic themes / Focus areas
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All publications
  2017 - Articles
Burnazoglu, M. (24.11.2017). An Identity-Based Matching Theory Approach to Integration. FORUM for Social Economics
  2017 - Conference
Burnazoglu, M. (2017) Participant American Economic Association Meetings (ASSA) Chicago (06.01.2017)
  2017 - Workshop, seminar, course
Burnazoglu, M. (2017) Organiser 2nd Migrating Identities Workshop: Measurement Utrecht (06.06.2017)
Burnazoglu, M. (2017) Participant AHE Post-Graduate Workshop on Advanced Research Methods Leeds (19.01.2017)
  2017 - Invited talk
Burnazoglu, M. (17.02.2017) Invited speaker IMISCOE SPRING CONFERENCE 2017 London (17.02.2017) Categories in the Economics of Migration & Integration
Burnazoglu, M. (05.01.2017) Invited speaker 2017 ICAPE Conference Sessions Chicago (05.01.2017) Revisiting Integration with a Matching Theory Approach
  2017 - Visiting an external academic institution
Burnazoglu, M. (01.09.2017 01.09.2018) Visiting researcher George Mason University I have received Adam Smith Fellowship for 2017-2018 from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. As part of the fellowship, I am visiting the research center a few times during the year for involving in research with other fellows.
  2017 - Membership of committee
Burnazoglu, M. (18.10.2017) Chair 29th Annual European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy Conference (Event) A member of the Pre-Conference Committee
  2016 - Workshop, seminar, course
Burnazoglu, M. (16.06.2016) Participant Association for Social Economics Summer School Bilbao (20.06.2016)
Burnazoglu, M. (2016) Organiser 1st Migrating Identities Workshop: Models Utrecht (03.06.2016)
  2016 - Invited talk
Burnazoglu, M. (2016) Invited speaker 16th International Conference of the Charles Gide Association Strasbourg (14.04.2016 - 16.12.2016) An Identity-Based Club Theory Approach to Migration and Adaptation
Burnazoglu, M. (2016) Invited speaker 3rd International Conference Economic Philosophy Aix-en-Provence (14.06.2016) An Identity-Based Club Theory Approach to Migration and Adaptation
  2016 - Membership of committee
Burnazoglu, M. (01.09.2016 01.11.2017) Chair the 29th Annual EAEPE Conference 2017 (Event) I had been involved in the conference and pre-conference committee. Pre-conference committee activities included finding funding as well. We have received 5,000 USD from INET YSI among others.
  2016 - Prize (including medals and awards)
Burnazoglu, M. 02.10.2016 Recipient 3rd place in the Falling Walls Lab 2016 Groningen Falling Walls
  0 - Prize (including medals and awards)
Burnazoglu, M. 2016 Recipient William R. Waters Research Grant Association for Social Economics
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Teaching Assistant for ECB2GED: Contemporary Economics in Historical Perspective

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Additional functions and activities

Mercatus Center Adam Smith Fellow at the George Mason University, US during the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic years.

"Social Economics" Research Area Coordinator at the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy 

Member of the Pre-conference Committee of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy.

 

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M. Burnazoglu MSc Contact details
Adam Smith Hall

Kriekenpitplein 21-22
Room 2.06
3584 EC  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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Kriekenpitplein 21-22
3584 EC    UTRECHT
The Netherlands
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