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Ayca  Kaya

Ayca Kaya

Assistant Professor, Economics

Research Interests

Economics of information; dynamic games; and teams

Featured Publications

  • Trading Dynamics with Private Buyer Signals in the Market for Lemons,with Kyungmin Kim, Review of Economic Studies, accepted for publication.

     Moral Hazard and Sorting in a Market for Partnerships, with Galina Vereshchagina, Economic Theory, 60:1, pp. 73-121 (2015).

    Transparency and Price Formation, with Qingmin Liu, Theoretical Economics, 10:2, pp.341-383 (2015).

    Partnerships versus Corporations: moral hazard, sorting and ownership structure, with Galina Vereschagina, American Economic Review, 104:1, pp. 291-307 (2014).

    Dynamics of Price and Advertising as Signals of Quality: anything goes, Economics Bulletin, 33:2, 1556-64 (2013).

    When does it pay to get informed?, International Economic Review, 51:2, pp. 533-551 (2010).

    Repeated signaling games, Games and Economic Behavior, 66, 841-54 (2009).

Teaching and Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Economics, Miami Herbert Business School, 2014 - Present
  • Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, 2005 - 2013


  • Ph.D., Economic Analysis and Policy, Stanford University, 2005
  • Economics, Bilkent University, 2000
  • B.A., Economics, Bogazici University, 1998
Ayca  Kaya


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