Gokben Aydilek


  • MA in Economics, Koc University (2012 – present),
  • BA in Economics, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey (2012).

Turkish (native), English (fluent).





Gokben Aydilek joined CASE in October 2014 as a Junior Economist. She is an Economist from Turkey, specializing in Experimental Economics. She is currently MA student at Koc University, working on her master thesis on the willingness to decide over payoff distributions in 2-person groups. She earned her BA in Economics from TOBB University of Economics and Technology. Previously, Gokben worked at Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) as a trainee in the economics department. Prior to that, she worked at the European Parliament as a part-time journalist and completed an internship at Brussels office of the Economic Development Foundation of Turkey (IKV). She also worked as an intern in the African Business Council of the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK). Additionally, she held position of Teaching and Research Assistant at Department of Economics of Koc University. Apart from experimental economics – specifically decision making mechanisms and evolutionary economics – her research interests include labor economics and social policy.

project involvement: expert