Staff profile - Aydogan Ulker
Dr Aydogan Ulker
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Business and Law|
|Department:||BL Deakin Business School|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 924 43040 +61 3 924 43040|
Dr Aydogan Ulker is currently a senior lecturer in economics at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. Prior to joining Deakin University in 2008, he was a research fellow at Australian National University in Canberra. His main areas of research include health economics and labour economics. His research has been published in journals such as, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Health Economics, and the Journal of Population Economics. He is currently working on issues relating the economic analysis of health and mortality outcomes and the analysis of public policies concerning health and mortality.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Economics), 2002
American Economic Association
Royal Economic Society
Economics Society of Australia
European Society of Population Economics
Subjects and units currently teaching
MAE304 Labour Economics
MAE101 Economic Principles
Current research projects
Issues relating the economic analysis of health and mortality outcomes and the analysis of public policies concerning health and mortality
Air Pollution and Infant Mortality: Evidence from the Expansion of Natural Gas Infrastructure. Forthcoming in Economic Journal (with Erdal Tekin and Resul Cesur).
Private Ancillary Health Insurance Status and Utilisation of Dental Services in Australia. Economic Record , Vol. 89, Issue 285, pp. 194-206, 2013 (with Mike Kidd and Sandra Hopkins).
Determinants of Maternity Leave Duration in Australia: Evidence from the HILDA Survey, Economic Record, Vol. 87, Issue 278, pp. 399-413, 2011 (with Cahit Guven).
Robustness in Health Research: Do Differences in Health Measures, Techniques, and Time Frame Matter? Journal of Health Economics, Volume 27, Number 6, December 2008, pp 1626-1644 (with Paul Frijters).
Household Structure and Consumption Insurance of the Elderly. Journal of Population Economics, Volume 21, Number 2, April 2008, pp 373-394.