Associate Professor of Economics, Trinity College Dublin
Selim Gulesci is Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin, and an affiliate of BREAD, CEPR and J-PAL. He graduated from Sabanci University in 2003 with a B.Sc. in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and from London School of Economics in 2011 with a Ph.D. in Economics. He conducts research in development economics, with a focus on gender inequality and entrepreneurship.
Recent work by Selim Gulesci
Increasing the tenant’s share in output encourages profitable risk-taking, in addition to large effects on input levels
Lack of insurance is a key constraint to small firms. Flexibility sees improved outcomes and socioeconomic status, combined with lower default rates.