University Staff Directory The University of Adelaide Australia
Faculties & Divisions | People A to Z | Media Expertise | Phonebook
Public browsing [Login]
Text Zoom: S | M | L

Dr Duygu Yengin

Telephone +61 8 8313 4500
Position Senior Lecturer
Fax +61 8 8223 1460
Building 10 Pulteney Street
Floor/Room 4 48
Campus North Terrace
Org Unit School of Economics

To link to this page, please use the following URL:

Biography/ Background

Dr. Duygu Yengin joined the University of Adelaide in 2007 after completing her PhD in Economics from the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, USA.

Ph.D. Economics, University of Rochester May 2007.

M.A. Economics, University of Rochester, 2003.

B.Sc. Economics, Istanbul Bilgi University, 2001.

B.Sc. Economics, London School of Economics External Studies, 2001

Teaching Interests

  • University of Adelaide, Australia: Intermediate Microeconomics II/IID, Semester II- 2009, 2011.
  • University of Adelaide, Australia: Advanced Microeconomic Theory, postgraduate course, Semester II- 2008, 2009,2011.
  • University of Adelaide, Australia: Economic Theory III, Semester II- 2007.
  • University of Rochester, USA:Intermediate Microeconomics, Semester I 2007.
  • University of Rochester, USA: Principles of Economics, Summer 2006.
  • University of Rochester, USA:Intermediate Microeconomics, Summer 2005.
  • Sabanci University, Istanbul-Turkey: Intermediate Microeconomics, Summer 2004

Research Interests

Fair Allocation,  Matching, Coalitional Game Theory, Networks, and Political Philosophy.


  • Consistency and Monotonicity in Matching Markets with Contracts (joint work with Cagatay Kayi and Eve Ramaekers)
  • An Axiomatic Study of Cost Sharing in Fixed-route Traveling Salesman Problems: Equity, Stability, and Monotonicity
  •  Redistribution and Compensation: Lower and Upper Bounds on After-tax Income
  •  Linking Two Models: Redistribution with Individual Characteristics and Distribution with Claims
  • Research-led Teaching Model in Economics, 2009



  1.    Population Monotonic and Strategy-proof Mechanisms Respecting Welfare Lower Bounds

Journal of Mathematical Economics 49 (2013), pp. 389-397


  1. Characterizing Welfare-egalitarian Mechanisms with Solidarity when Valuations are Private Information

The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics. Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1935-1704,

 DOI: 10.1515/1935-1704.1789,April 2012


3.      Identical Preferences Lower Bound for Heregoneous Task Allocation Problem


Journal of Public Economic Theory, Volume 15, Issue 4, pages 580–601, August 2013


4.      Characterizing The Shapley Value in Fixed-Route Traveling Salesman Problems with Appointments,


International Journal of Game Theory, 2012, Volume 41:2 Pages 271-299


5.       Egalitarian-equivalent Groves Mechanisms in the Allocation of Heterogeneous Objects


Social Choice and Welfare,  2012, Volume 31:1, Pages: 137-160.


 6.       Fair Groves Mechanisms, 2008 (with Dr. Murat Atlamaz) . 


 Social Choice and Welfare.V31, 573-587.


Community Engagement

Smith Family-itrack program for mentoring disadvantaged youth

Member of Ecoleader program 2010-2011


Internet for seniors program, Eastwood community center


Entry last updated: Sunday, 13 Jul 2014

The information in this directory is provided to support the academic, administrative and business activities of the University of Adelaide. To facilitate these activities, entries in the University Phone Directory are not limited to University employees. The use of information provided here for any other purpose, including the sending of unsolicited commercial material via email or any other electronic format, is strictly prohibited. The University reserves the right to recover all costs incurred in the event of breach of this policy.