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ECON604    TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

No data is available for the course.   

ECON605    DEVELOPMENT MACROECONOMICS I

Structuralist macro models; closure rules and distributional implications; financial programming and related controversies; money inflation and growth; empirical aspects of saving-investment behaviour; critical review of selected policy episodes.   

ECON606    DEVELOPMENT MACROECONOMICS II

No data is available for the course.   

ECON607    INPUT-OUTPUT ANALY. &PROGRAMMING MODEL

Data base and analytical frameworks of input-output analysis. Interindustry price system. Design and use of programming models in development policy studies.   

ECON608    COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELS

Basic structures of computable general equilibrium (CGE) models for closed and open economies; integration of input-output and social accounts; multi-period aspects; review of closure rules for the internal and external balance.   

ECON612    TOPICS IN GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM THEORY

No data is available for the course.   

ECON624    FINANCIAL ECONOMICS I

The focus of this course is on asset pricing. The topics to be discussed are: choice under uncertainty, expected utility theory, mean-variance portfolio theory using both static and dynamic approach, the theory of capital market equilibrium and asset valuation, the capital asset pricing model, the Arbitrage Pricing Theory, mutual fund separation and aggregation theorems, risk neutral valuation in complete markets, incomplete asset markets, differential information, risk measure, general equilibrium under uncertainty and asymmetric information.   

ECON625    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS I

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ECON626    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS II

No data is available for the course.   

ECON627    ECONOMICS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

No data is available for the course.   

ECON630    FINANCIAL THEORY AND CORPORATE POLICY

This course is designed to provide the students a thorough knowledge of financial theory and corporate policy through the study of the interaction between individuals, corporations and the macro-economy. The first part of the course covers investment decision under certainty, the term structure of interest rates, the investor choice under uncertainty, portfolio theory and equilibrium asset pricing models. The second part focuses on the applications of financial theory to corporate policy issues such as the cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy and option pricing.   

ECON631    MONETARY THEORY

This course will take a fundamentally aggregate approach and relate "money" to different areas in economics such as "fiscal policy" international trade", "international monetary economics", "inflation", "economic growth", etc. Different types of macroeconomic model with a monetary sector will be studied and some of these models will be solved, using the Turkish data. Special emphasis will be given to current monetary issues in the Turkish economy.   

ECON632    TRADE POLICY &INDUSTRIAL PERFORMANCE

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ECON636    INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS

This course examines the determination of exchange rates, the current account and other important macroeconomic variables in an open economy. The course aims to develop a general framework to address important policy questions and provide a sound understanding of exchange rate determination, balance of payments problems and implications of macroeconomic and financial linkages between economies. The course will cover recent topics in the area of open economy macroeconomics and international monetary economics.   

ECON637    TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS

The main objective of this course is to enable students to have a better understanding of the different applications of ‘new open economy macroeconomics’ models which are regarded as the new workhorse model of macroeconomics used to analyse the effects of macroeconomic policy in an open economy setting.   

ECON639    ECONOMICS OF CONSUMPTION AND DEMAND ANALYSIS

Analysis of demand with emphasis on the theory of consumption decisions, the development and estimation of models, and the assessment and interpretation of empirical results. Topics will include the following: Demand system specification. Duality and flexible functional forms. Separability and aggregation. Dynamic demand models. Household consumption models, demographics, and equivalent scales. Cost-of-living indices and standard of living measurement. Quality of goods. Empirical applications with emphasis on food demand.   

ECON640    AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

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ECON641    INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL TRADE AND POLICY

This course deals with agricultural policies in an independent world. The focus is intentionally analytical, using verbal and graphical analysis, to derive alternative policy choices. The course is designed to assist the student with understanding policy choice in the world of domestic agricultural policies linked through world commodity markets. Use of analytical techniques in intermediate microeconomics and a general understanding of comparative advantage are the basic requirements.   

ECON642    ADVANCED STUDIES IN INSTITUTIONAL ECONIMICS

Analysis of demand with emphasis on the theory of consumption decisions, the development and estimation of models, and the assessment and interpretation of empirical results. Topics will include the following: Demand system specification. Duality and flexible functional forms. Separability and aggregation. Dynamic demand models. Household consumption models, demographics, and equivalent scales. Cost-of-living indices and standard of living measurement. Quality of goods. Empirical applications with emphasis on food demand.   

ECON643    ADV.STUDIES IN ECONOMIC HISTORY

This course is designed to familiarize students with the classic works and most up-to-date controversies within the field of economic history. Major classical texts in economic history will be taken as a springboard for discussing contemporary issues not only in economic history but also in political economy and economic thought. The now-classic three-volume study of Fernand Braudel, the prominent French historian, will be the basic reading for the course. In addition, the works of Hicks, Lane, North, Polanyi, Schumpeter, Steensgaard, Veblen will be familiarized.   

ECON644    GAME THEORY AND APPLICATIONS

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ECON645    APPLIED NONLINEAR TIME SERIES ANALY.

This course presents definitions and evidence of business cycle non-linearity (Asymmetry); implications of non-linearity in economics and finance; empirical non-linear models; non-linearity tests against specified and unspecified alternatives.   

ECON647    POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE MIDDLE EAST

This is a graduate level course on the political economy of the contemporary Middle East. It should be noted that Middle east is here broadly defined to include also North Africa. First, the nineteenth and twentieth-century historical experiences of various Middle Eastern countries will be surveyed without losing track of the elements that have constituted this geography to some extent as a region with a common denominator. The encounter with modernity of various empires in the course of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century will be taken as a point of departure. The formation of nation-states and national economies in two successive phases, firstly as a response to the challenge of the Great Depression, and secondly as a consequence of the national liberation movements of the post World War II will be studied. In order to assess the legacy of state formation and economic transformation, the tools of political economy and development economics will be jointly deployed. Finally, the future prospects of the Middle East within the context of a new world order will be assessed.   

ECON650    ECONOMICS OF UNCERTAINTY&INFORMATION

The course deals with how optimization takes place in the capital, labor and lemmon markets under certainty. Also, problems of moral hazard and adverse selection are introduced.   

ECON651    ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

Diverse mathematical topics within advanced micro theory like oligopoly, strategic behavior, firm structure and industrial economics related topics in macro and international dimensions. Students will test different hypotheses by econometric methods using real data.   

ECON655    TURKISH ECONOMIC HISTORY

No data is available for the course.   

ECON658    SEMINAR IN GROWTH THEORIES

No data is available for the course.   

ECON659    MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS I

Pure exchange economics: Competitive equilibria and the core. Elementary topological properties of Euclidean spaces. Equilibria and fixed points. Convex analysis: Intrinsic core and linear accessibility; separation and support theorems; extreme points. Continuity of correspondences. Sperner's Lemma; KKM Theorems, Brouwer, Kakutani and Ky Fan fixed point theorems.   

ECON660    APPL. COMPUTABLE GEN.EQUILIBRIUM MODEL

No data is available for the course.   

ECON663    P. ECON.I.SOC.SIN.1945 1:USA, EU., JA.

No data is available for the course.   

ECON667    DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

The concept of development; historical aspects of economic development; the extent of development gap among countries, measurement of development. Major theories of development; structuralist and neoclassical approaches; dependence theories. Main policy issues; income distribution and poverty, population growth, employment, migration, trade and industrialization, agriculture, stabilization policies, external debt.   

ECON668    NEW TRENDS IN ECONOMIC THEORY

No data is available for the course.   

ECON673    NEW PERSPECTIVES IN ECONOMIC HISTORY I

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ECON680    TIME SERIES ECONOMETRICS

Univariate time series models; ARIMA modeling, Bob-Jenkins methodology. Dterministic and stochastic trends. Non-stationary and unit roots; testing and model selection. VAR models; structural VARs, innovation accounting. Cointegration; the Johansen method.   

ECON681    MACROECONOMETRICS

Advanced time series analysis as applied macroeconomic problems.   

ECON682    MICROECONOMETRICS

Estimation of Probit, Logit, Multinomial, Multivariate, Tobit, Generalized tobit, simultaneous probit and tobit, random and fixed effects models.   

ECON683    APPLIED ECONOMETRICS I

No data is available for the course.   

ECON684    APPLIED ECONOMETRICS II

No data is available for the course.   

ECON685    TOPICS IN TIME SERIES ECONOMETRICS

This course considers vector autoregression, structural vector autoregression, innovation accounting, cointegration in a VAR framework, testing and modeling using the Johansen approach, dynamic panel data models, estimation and testing for unit roots in panel data.   

ECON691    ECONOMICS OF TECHNOLOGY POLICY

Neo-classical and evolutionary theories of science and technology policy. National and international systems of innovation. Science and technology policies in developed and newly industrialized countries. Comparative analysis of science parks and technoparks. The aims and means of technology policy in Turkey. National system of innovation in Turkey: institutional structure, agents, and policies. Seminars by relevant policy institutions (TUBITAK, TTGV, DPT, KOSGEB, UNIDO, etc.) and R&D institutions on their structures and activities.   

ECON692    EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS

The main objective of this course is to enable students to understand concepts, methods and results of evolutionary analysis of technical change and economic dynamics. Students examine how evolutionary approaches can be used to further the understanding of complex processes and industrial dynamics (selection, competition, innovation, variety-creation, learning, etc.) that transform economic and social structures. The course includes microsimulation exercises on the computer to allow students to explore evolutionary theories and applications of these in an active way.   

ECON695    INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ECONOMIC THEORY

The aim of this course is to improve and to test the knowledge of the student in three main fields of economic theory. The student is expected to study independently, and to take a written exam in the following fields: microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics

ECON696 GRADUATE SEMINAR IN ECONOMICS

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ECON697    BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

No data is available for the course.   

ECON698    LABOUR MARKET ECONOMICS

An up-to date review of modern labor market theories, related policy issues and applications, as well as methods of findings of empirical research, including national and regional level analysis of these markets both in developed and developing countries. Open to economic and administrative sciences majors as well as to students from computer science, regional planning and engineering.   

ECON699    PH.D. DISSERTATION

This is the course assigned to Ph.D. students during the preparation of their theses.