Dr. Dogan is a clinical associate professor at the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida. Previously, he was a clinical professor and an assistant dean at Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. Prior to this position, Dr. Dogan was an associate professor at Ozyegin University in Istanbul (2009-2015). He also served as the associate dean (2010-2014) for undergraduate programs while at OzU and received the university-wide best educator award in 2014 and IBM Faculty Award in 2012. Dr. Dogan served on the faculty of the School of Management, at the University of Texas at Dallas as an assistant professor (2002-2009), where he received the college's Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year Award (2007).
Dr. Dogan received a BS in Management Engineering from Istanbul Technical University (1993), an MBA from Virginia Tech (1997) and his PhD in Decision and Information Systems from the University of Florida (2002).
Dr. Dogan's research interests are in management information systems, economics, and marketing. In management information systems, he is interested in economics of information products and services such as software. His works in marketing promotions mainly deal with second-degree price discrimination and its effects on consumers and competition. He is also interested in behavioral issues in marketing and economics. His articles have appeared in journals such as Information Systems Research, Decision Sciences, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Decision Support Systems, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, and Information Technology and Management. Dr. Dogan also served on the editorial boards of the Decision Sciences Journal and the International Journal of E-Business Research.
Dr. Dogan teaches courses on management information systems, data mining and business intelligence, and enterprise data and knowledge organization and management.