People

Cagri Kumru

Research School of Economics

Position: Senior Lecturer
Email: cagri.kumru@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 56126
Office: Room 2031, HW Arndt Bld (25A)
CV: CV (.PDF, 50KB)

 Cagri Kumru

Grants

  • The Australian National University, the College of Business and Economics Research Grant ($8699) from 2015-2016
  • The US Social Security Administration Michigan Retirement Research Center Grant (USD58069) from 2015-2016.
  • The Australian National University, the College of Business and Economics Research Grant ($6500) from 2012-2013.
  • The Center of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) Research Grant ($25,000).
  • Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence Research Fellowship ($170,000) from 2012-2014.

 

Publications

Refereed Journals (ABDC Ranking)          

  • Kumru, C.S. and Piggott, J., forthcoming. Optimal Capital Taxation with Means-tested Benefits. Scottish Journal of Political Economy. (A)
  • Dabbs, E. and Kumru, C.S., forthcoming. How Well Does the Australian Aged Pension Provide Social Insurance? Australian Economic Papers. (B)
  • Kumru, C.S. and Sarntisart, S., 2016.Banking for Those Unwilling to Bank: Implications of Islamic Banking Systems. Economic Modelling 54, 1-12. (A)
  • Kumru, C.S. and Thanopoulos, A.C., 2015.Temptation-driven Behavior and Taxation: A Quantitative Analysis in a Life-cycle Model. Economic Inquiry 53 (3), 1470-1490. (A)
  • Kumru, C.S. and Tran, C., 2012. Temptation and Social Security in a Dynastic Framework. European Economic Review 56 (7), 1422-1445. (A*)
  • Kumru, C.S. andThanopoulos, A.C., 2011. Social Security Reform with Self-control Preferences. Journal of Public Economics 95 (7-8), 886-889. (A*)
  • Kumru, C.S. and Vesterlund, L. 2010. The Effect of Status on Charitable Giving. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12 (4), 709-735. (A)
  • Mitchell, O.S., Piggott, J., and Kumru, C., 2008.Managing Public Investment Funds: Best Practices and New Questions. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 7 (3), 321-356. (B)
  • Kumru, C.S. andThanopoulos, A.C., 2008. Social Security and Self-Control Preferences. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 32 (3), 757-778. (A*)

Book Reviews

  • Kumru, C.S., 2014. Book Review: “Principles and Standards for Benefit-Cost Analysis, Edited by Scott Farrow and Richard O. Zerbe, Jr., Published by Edward Elgar, 2013, 447 pages.” Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 58 (4), 622-624.

Book Chapters

  • Kumru, C.S. and Piggott, J., 2010.Social Resilience, Means-testing, and Capital Taxation- Reflections on Economic Paradigms. In: Towards a More Resilient Society: Lessons from Economic Crises. The Japan Institute of International Affairs, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 45-55.

Other Publications

  • Kumru, C.S. and Thanopoulos, A.C., 2009. Social Security Reform and Temptation. CESifo Working Paper No 2778.
  • Mitchell, O.S., Piggott, J., and Kumru, C., 2009. Managing Public Investment Funds: Best Practices and New Challenges. NBER Working Paper No 1407.

Conference Proceedings

  • Kumru, C.S. and Sarntisart, S., 2012. Implications of Alternative Banking Systems. Proceedings of World Business and Economics Research Conference.
  • Kumru, C.S. and Piggott, J., 2012. Optimal Capital Income Tax Rate When Retirement Provision is Means-tested. Proceedings of 41st Australian Conference of Economists.
  • Kumru, C.S. and Thanopoulos, A.C., 2011. Self-control Preferences and Fiscal Policies: A Quantitative Analysis in a Life-cycle Model. Proceedings of 40th Australian Conference of Economists.

 

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