Alp is a PhD student in Management Science and Operations department at London Business School. His primary research interest is in operational restrictions in resource-limited environments. Currently, he conducts randomized field experiments in underprivileged Indian communities. His research looks at the mobile data usage of the poor and at nutrition challenge in urban slums.
Prior to starting his PhD, Alp has received his BSc degree in Industrial Engineering from Bilkent University.
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