Dr Onur Ozgur's research to date has broadly focused on social and economic interactions and financial economics. The common thread in his work is connections.
A big part of his current research can be summarised as an attempt to formally model, identify, and estimate connections, in situations of social and economic importance, within the realm of traditional economics, as well as that of sociology and business. His work in financial economics has focused on the provision of microeconomic foundations to policy debates on financial crises and stability, and on studying the role and the design of institutions assuring better functioning and stability of economic systems under risk and uncertainty.
Dr Ozgur joined Melbourne Business School in 2012 as an Assistant Professor of Economics. After completing his PhD in Economics at New York University, he held a number of research fellowships at international institutes, including CIRANO, CIREQ and CIRPÉE, and later worked at the Université de Montréal as an Assistant Professor of Economics.
Dr Ozgur teaches Managerial Economics and Investments on the MBA programs at the Melbourne Business School.
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