ERF Conference: Policy Analysis in the Post Great Recession Era
Koç University-TÜSİAD Economic Research Forum (ERF), The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF), and Central European University (CEU) organized a conference titled “Policy Analysis in the Post Great Recession Era” on October 16-17, 2014 at InterContinental İstanbul, Taksim.
The conference focused on policy choices in the aftermath of the Great Recession. It examined the issues both from the perspective of developed and emerging economies. From the viewpoint of developed economies, the conference discussed the implications of forward guidance in monetary policy as well as fiscal policy issues. The conference also injected a historical and institutionalist perspective in the policy discussion by examining the implications of cultural differences in the EU as well as the historical experience of financial crises. Finally, the conference provided empirical evidence regarding key policy choices facing emerging economies in terms of the effects of capital controls and the derivation of an index of financial conditions.
ERF Conference: Labour Market Institutions, Policies, and Performance: Flexibility and Security in Turkey
Koç University-TÜSİAD Economic Research Forum (ERF) organized the launch of ERF Research Report titled “Labour Market Institutions, Policies, and Performance: Flexibility and Security in Turkey” on May 23, 2014, Friday at TÜSİAD Headquarters, Tepebaşı-Istanbul.
ERF Research Report
ERF Research Report No. 1401 by Anil Duman titled “Labour Market Institutions, Policies, and Performance: Flexibility and Security in Turkey” is published on our website.
ERF Conference: Tax Design in Middle Income Countries
Koç University-TÜSİAD Economic Research Forum (ERF), Central European University (CEU), and Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) organized the launch of ERF Research Report titled “Tax Design in Turkey and Other Middle Income Countries: Lessons from the Mirrlees Review” on March 7, 2014, Friday between 09:00 – 13:00 at Central European University, Budapest-Hungary.
The ERF Research Report identifies the main issues in designing and analyzing tax policy in Turkey and other middle income countries in the 21st century. Drawing on the findings of the Report, other IFS research, and the views of leading experts on tax and social security of Eastern European Countries, this event set out some of the main issues in designing and analyzing tax policy in middle income countries.
Conference - The World Bank Report: Good Jobs in Turkey
Koç University-TÜSİAD Economic Research Forum (ERF), the World Bank, BETAM, and the Ministry of Development organized jointly the Launch of World Bank Report titled “Good Jobs in Turkey” on January 24, 2014, Friday at Bahcesehir University, B Conference Hall, Besiktas, Istanbul.
ERF Monthly Report
Real activity and GDP growth in the US are among the most watched indicators in global markets. The state of the US economy has ramifications for the conduct of monetary policy and financial markets in both developed and emerging economies. In a new initiative, the KU-TUSIAD ERF will provide regular probability assessments of the future state of the US economy based on a model of heterogeneous regime shifts developed by Cem Çakmaklı, Richard Paap, and Dick Van Dijk in a 2013 Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control article titled “Measuring and predicting heterogeneous recessions”.
US Recession Probabilities Report (June 2014)
"Does Secular Education Impact Religiosity, Electoral Participation and the Propensity to Vote for Islamic Parties? Evidence from an Education Reform in a Muslim Country”: Resul Cesur and Naci Mocan, Working Paper No. 1422
"Equilibria in Second Price Auctions with Private Participation Costs”: Xiaoyong Cao, Guofu Tan, Guoqiang Tian, and Okan Yilankaya, Working Paper No. 1421
"Current Account Deficit in Turkey: Cyclical or Structural?": Hakan Kara, and Cagri Sarikaya, Working Paper No. 1420
"Wage Inequality and Wage Mobility in Turkey": Aysit Tansel, Basak Dalgic, and Aytekin Guven, Working Paper No. 1419
"The Redistributional Consequences of Tax Reform Under Financial Integration”: Ayse Kabukcuoglu, Working Paper No. 1418
Latest Update ( 11.26.2014 )