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Erdal Aydın

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erdalaydinsabanciunivedu
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(216) 483 9322
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Öğretim Üyesi
Araştırma Alanları
Energy Economics, Real Estate Economics, Labor Economics, Microeconometrics
Yayınlar
  • Makaleler
    Langen, Mike and Aydın, Erdal and Eichholtz, Piet and Kok, Nils (2022) "Getting high or getting low? The external effects of coffeeshops on house prices", Real Estate Economics, Vol.50, No.2, 565-592 (SSCI)
    Palacios, Juan and Eichholtz, Piet and Kok, Nils and Aydın, Erdal (2021) "The impact of housing conditions on health outcomes", Real Estate Economics, Vol.49, No.4, 1172-1200 (SSCI)
    Aydın, Erdal and Brounen, Dirk (2019) "The impact of policy on residential energy consumption", Energy, Vol.169, 115-129 (SCI, SSCI)
    Aydın, Erdal and Eichholtz, Piet and Yönder, Erkan (2018) "The economics of residential solar water heaters in emerging economies: the case of Turkey", Energy Economics, Vol.75, 285-299 (SSCI)
    Aydın, Erdal and Brounen, Dirk and Kok, Nils (2018) "Information provision and energy consumption: evidence from a field experiment", Energy Economics, Vol.71, 403-410 (SSCI)
  • Working Paper / Technical Report
    Kattenberg, Linde and Aydın, Erdal and Brounen, Dirk and Kok, Nils, "On the economics of residential solar PV subsidies: impact on adoption and savings", April 2022
    Aydın, Erdal and Eicholtz, Piet and Holtermans, Rogier, "Split incentives and energy efficiency: evidence from the Dutch housing market", June 2019
    Aydın, Erdal, "An assessment of residential energy efficiency in Turkey", May 2018
    Langen, Mike and Eichholtz, Piet and Kok, Nils and Aydın, Erdal, "Getting low from getting high? the external effects of coffeeshops on house prices", April 2018
    Aydın, Erdal and Brounen, Dirk and Kok, Nils, "Information asymmetry and energy efficiency: evidence from the housing market", September 2017
  • SU Öncesi Yayınları

    Aydin, E., Kok, N., & Brounen, D. (2017). Energy efficiency and household behavior: The rebound effect in the residential sector. The RAND Journal of Economics48(3), 749-782.