Sencer Ecer's academic research mainly focuses on theoretical Industrial Organization (Optimal Merger Policy) and empirical Health Economics (Estimation of Moral Hazard in Health Insurance). He also conducts research in a variety of public policy issues. See HM-PP Project web site for a sample of his research.
At his 6 years of Adjunct Professorship at Georgetown University Public Policy Institute, Sencer Ecer supervised over 30 master's theses. He developed expertise in analyzing public policy issues using econometric modeling.
As an economic consultant and expert witness economist based in the Washington, DC office of LECG (Law and Economics Consulting Group) for over 8 years, Sencer Ecer has consulted many law firms and governments. He is currently consulting for cases before US/EU/Turkish courts or regulatory bodies as well as international arbitration tribunals.