Kerem is working on behavioral strategy. His working paper is exploring the interplay between managerial biases and incentives, with a special focus on CEO overconfidence. He is also interested in the behavioral determinants of corporate political activity. Prior to joining HEC Paris, he worked as an investment banking analyst at J.P. Morgan and Odin Financial Advisors in Turkey. Kerem holds an MSc. in Management and Strategy from the London School of Economics and a dual B.S. in Management from SUNY Binghamton in the U.S. and Middle East Technical University in Turkey.
Academic Responsibilities at HEC
- 2016- Member, GREGHEC (CNRS), GREGHEC HEC Paris
- 2014- Ph.D. Student HEC Paris