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Refik Erzan

Research Fellows

Professor, Department of Economics, and Director, Center for Economics and Econometrics (CEE), Bogazici University, Istanbul


Areas of Interest:

  • International Economics

Education:

  • Ph.D., Economics, Department of Economics, University of Stockholm, 1983
  • M.A., Economics, Department of Economics, University of Stockholm, 1975
  • Graduate Diploma, Economics, International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, 1974
  • B.A., Business Administration, Bogazici University, 1973

Experience:

  • Deputy Director, Center for European Studies (CES), Bogazici University, 2000-present
  • Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Bogazici University (BU), Istanbul, 1998-present
  • Director, Center for Economics and Econometrics (CEE), Bogazici University, 1995-present

Latest Publications:

  • “The Impact of Mass Migration of Syrians on the Turkish Labor Market” (with Ege Aksu, Refik and Murat Guray Kirdar) Bogazici University, Working Papers 2018-4
  • “Customs Union between EU and Turkey: A Success Story to be Nurtured” Bogazici University, Working Papers 2018-3
  • “Exchange Rates and Export Behavior: Firm-level Evidence from Turkey” (with Nihan Akhan , Anil Donmez  and Umut Kuzubas) Bogazici University, Working Papers 2018-2
  • “The Impact of the Global Crisis on Illegal Migration and Remittances: The Turkish Corridor”, Migration Series, 2009
  • ”Circular Migration: Economic Aspects”, CARIM Circular Migration Series, 2008 (www.carim.org).
  • Multilateral and Regional Approaches to “Aid for Trade” paper presented at the CASE Conference “Winds of Change: the Impact of Globalization on Europe and Asia”, Kiev, March 2007

 

Working Papers

Impact of Currency Appreciation and Currency Shock on the Real Side in a Small and Liberal Economy

Abstract The paper examines the impact of the currency appreciation (1988-1993) and the sudden and major ... read more


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