Research Turkey Public Conference with Professor Gülçin Özkan:
“Turkey’s New Economic Program: Towards Progress or Stagnation?”,
8 December 2014, LSE
We are pleased to announce Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey (Research Turkey)’s public conference entitled “Turkey’s New Economic Program: Towards Progress or Stagnation?” in which Professor Gülçin Özkan of University of York will give a talk. This event will take place on Monday, 8 December 2014 between 6:30p.m. and 8:00p.m. at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) New Academic Building, NAB 2.06, 54 Lincolns Inn Fields, WC2A 3LJ.
You may find a short biography of Professor Gülçin Özkan below.
This event is free and open to public but it is a ticketed event that requires pre-registration. A ticket does not guarantee a seat. Please register via the Event Brite link below:
Short Biography of Professor Gülçin Özkan
Professor Gulcin Ozkan is a macroeconomist with special interest in political economy, international finance, open economy macroeconomics and particularly the economics of emerging markets. She received her BSc in Economics from Middle East Technical University (METU) before completing her MSc in Economics at the University of Warwick and PhD at the University of York in 1996. She taught at METU and Durham University before arriving back in York in 2000. Her work on currency crises had been viewed as important examples of second generation currency crises models and had been widely cited. More recently, she has been working on financial crises, macroprudential policies, fiscal austerity at the zero lower bound and implications of tapering for emerging markets. Professor Ozkan is currently the managing editor of the Bulletin of Economic Research, Director of MSc Programme in Development Economics and Emerging Markets as well as the Deputy Head of the Department of Economics at York. She has also been the academic secretary to the Money, Macro Finance Research Group, the largest research forum for macroeconomists in the UK.