Visiting Programs

Visiting Programs

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The İMB aims to help further promote prominent research in economics and finance by inviting scholars from around the world that complement the expertise of the CBRT’s researchers through its Visiting Programs. These visits are essential part of the research effort at the CBRT as they provide a forum for the CBRT staff and their peers at related institutions and at academia to exchange ideas.

The İMB hosts scholars from universities and other institutions for one-time periods or on an on-going basis for a few days a week.The duration and the terms of the programs may vary depending on the specifics of the visit. Please contact us at imb-research@tcmb.gov.tr for further details.

Visitors in 2016:

  • Micheal Funke (Hamburg University), Macroeconomics, Quantitative Economic Policy
  • Kiyohiko G. Nishumura (University of Tokyo and Former Deputy Governor of Bank of Japan), Post-Crisis Central Bank Policy – from the (Former) Practitioner’s Perspective, Non-Traditional Formulation of Behavior under Uncertainty and Its Practical Applications, Property Prices and Macroeconomics
  • Mehmet Ali Soytaş (Özyeğin University), Econometrics, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics.
  • İnci Gümüş, (Sabancı University), International Macroeconomics, International Finance
  • Cem Çakmaklı (University of Amsterdam), Bayesian Analysis, Time-series Econometrics, Computational Econometrics, Financial Econometrics, Empirical Macroeconomics
  • Berrak Bahadır (Özyeğin University), Macroeconomics, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Financial Frictions, International Finance

 

Visitors in 2015:

  • Ahmet Akyol (York University), Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Labor Economics
  • Hakkı Yazıcı (Sabancı University), Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Applied Theory
  • Murat Taşçı (Cleveland FED), Macroeconomics and Labor Markets
  • Miguel Leon-Ledesma (University of Kent), Macroeconomics, Economic Growth and Applied Econometrics
  • Tanju Yorulmazer (University of Amsterdam), Financial Economics, Financial Institutions, Banking, Liquidity
  • Yıldıray Yıldırım (Baruch College, CUNY), Real Estate, Prepayment Modeling and Valuation of MBS, Securitization, Inflation Modelling, Credit Risk
  • Gazi Kara (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System), International Finance, Macroeconomics, Financial Markets
  • Cihan Uzmanoğlu (Binghamton University SUNY), Credit Risk, Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Ali Çoşkun (Boğaziçi University), Voluntary and Mandatory Company Disclosures, Earnings and Cash Flows Management, Fund Investment Strategies, Executive Compensation
  • Orhan Torul (Boğaziçi University), Macroeconomics, Political Economy, Computational Economics, Public Economics, Applied Econometrics
  • Cem Çakmaklı (University of Amsterdam), Bayesian Analysis, Time-series Econometrics, Computational Econometrics, Financial Econometrics, Empirical Macroeconomics
  • Mehmet Özsoy (Özyeğin University), Financial Economics, Asset Pricing, Macro-Finance, Financial Intermediation
  • Didem Tüzemen (Kansas City FED), Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Development
  • Mehmet Ali Soytaş (Özyeğin University), Econometrics, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics.
  • Asad Zaman, (Pakistan Institute of Development Economics), Econometrics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • Pablo D’Erasmo (Philadelphia FED) International Macroeconomics, Computational Economics, Banking Dynamics, Macroeconomics of Heterogeneous Agents
  • Abdurrahman Aydemir (Sabancı University), Labor Economics, Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics

 

Visitors in 2014:

  • Juan Pablo Nicolini (Minneapolis FED), Optimal Monetary Policy, Inflation, Taxation      
  • Mark Aguiar (Princeton University), Macroeconomics, Soverign Debt, Time Allocation
  • Tony Smith (Yale University), Taxation, Earning Dynamics, Quantitative Economics, Heterogenous Agents
  • Nihal Bayraktar (Penn State at Harrisburgh), Development Economics, Macroeconomics, Private and Public Investment
  • Burhanettin Kuruşçu (University of Toronto), Macroeconomics, Taxation, Human Capital, Wage Distribution
  • Bülent Güler (Indiana University Bloomington), Macroeconomics, Housing Markets and Labor Markets
  • Juan Carlos Hatchondo (Indiana University Bloomington and Richmond Fed), International Macro, Sovereign Defaults, and Asset Pricing
  • Kerem Coşar (University of Chicago), International Trade, International Macro, Macroeconomics
  • Jim Feigenbaum (Utah State), Lifecycle and Behavioral Economics
  • Robert Tetlow (FED Board), Monetary Theory and Policy, Model Uncertainty Robust Control, Learning, Computational Economics, Macroeconomic Modeling
  • Ayşegül Şahin (NY FED), Macroeconomics, Labor Economics
  • Stefano Eusepi (NY FED), Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics and Learning, Nonlinear Dynamics
  • Gönül Çolak (Formerly Florida State University), Equity Offerings, Corporate Restructuring, Political Uncertainty, Financial Econometrics
  • Peter Rupert (University of California at Santa Barbara), Macroeconomics, International Economics, Institutional Economics, Labor Economics, Monetary Theory, Public Economics
  • Vincenzo Quadrini (University of Southern California), Macroeconomics, Heterogenous Agents, Financial Market Imperfections
  • Julian Di Giovanni (UPF), Macroeconomics and International Trade
  • Canan Yıldırım, (Kadir Has University), Financial Institutions, Turkish Banking System
  • İnci Gümüş, (Sabancı University), International Macroeconomics, International Finance

 

Visitors in 2013:

  • Juan Pablo Nicolini, (Minneapolis Fed), Monetary Theory and Policy, Macroeconomics, Taxation
  • Loris Rubini (University of Carlos III), Macroeconomics, International Trade
  • Kerem Coşar (University of Chicago), International Trade, Economic Geograpy and Development
  • Livio Stracca (European Central Bank), Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
  • Hamza Ali Malik (State Bank of Pakistan), Monetary Theory and Policy