Kamil Yılmaz is Professor of Economics at Koç University. He received his BA in Economics from Boğaziçi University in 1987, MA in Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1990 and PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1992. After receiving his PhD, he worked in the Research Department of the World Bank in Washington D.C between 1992 and 1994. He has been a faculty member at Koç University since 1994. In 2003-2004 academic year, he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania.He received the Encouragement Award in the Social Sciences and Humanities from the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA) in 2003.
His areas of expertise include foreign trade policies and development, productivity and competitiveness in the manufacturing industry, foreign direct investments; currency markets, international capital flows and financial crises; stabilization policies and political economy.He is a member of the American Economic Association, the Econometric Society and the Turkish Economic Association.
His academic research has been supported by TESEV, TÜBİTAK, TÜSİAD, TÜSİAD-Koç University Economic Research Forum, the World Bank, and the Economic Research Forum for Arab countries, Iran and Turkey.
Articles by Kamil Yilmaz:
Germany should follow in the footsteps of China
19 May 2012, 9724 reads
High volatility breeds high correlation: New analysis of European bank stock prices
25 September 2011, 7093 reads
Major industrialised economies are pulling each other into the abyss
28 March 2009, 10005 reads
Financial market interdependence
20 March 2009, 6808 reads
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