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09
Haz 2017
EKO201&EKO201E MAZERET SINAV YERİ
EKO201 ve EKO201E mazeret sınavı, Maçka kampüsü D-101 nolu sınıfta yapılacaktr.


30
May 2017
EKO201&EKO201E MAZERET SINAV TARİHİ

EKO 201 ve EKO201E derslerinin mazeret sınavları 12 Haziran Pazartesi 14:00-16:00 arasında yapılacaktır.



30
May 2017
EKO201E(İngilizce) Sınav Konuları
EKO 201E için yapılan final sınavı bütün konuları kapsayacaktır. Bununla birlikte, final sınavında vize sonrası konular daha ağırlıklı olarak yer alacaktır.


10
May 2017
PwC Seminar, May 23 (Irregular Time: 11:00 AM)

ITU Economics cordially invites you to attend the following Economics PricewaterhouseCoopers-İTÜ Economics seminar:

Date & Time: May 12, 2017, Friday, 11:00AM.

Location: Room F237 - ITU Faculty of Management, Maçka 34367 Istanbul

Speaker: Selva Demiralp (Koc Universitesi)

Title: The impact of negative interest rates on bank balance sheets:Evidence from the euro area

Abstract:
In June 2014 the ECB became the first major central bank to lower one of its key policy rates to negative territory.  The theoretical and empirical literature on the role of banks in monetary policy transmission is silent on whether their reaction would be different when the policy rate is lowered to negative levels compared to a standard reaction to a rate cut.  In this paper we examine this question empirically by using individual bank data for the euro area to identify possible adjustments by banks triggered by the introduction of negative interest rates through three channels: government bond holdings, bank lending, and wholesale funding.  We find evidence that there is a significant portfolio adjustment during the negative interest rate period, as banks tend to hold more non-domestic bonds, extend more loans and rely less on wholesale funding. 

 


04
May 2017
EKO201E Sonuçları
EKO201E Sonuçlarına Aşağıdaki linkten ulaşabilirsiniz.

EKO201E Results


26
Nis 2017
EKO201 Sınav Sonuçları (Düzeltilmiş)
Aşağıdaki linkte sınav sonuçlarının düzeltilmiş halini bulabilirsiniz.

EKO201


24
Nis 2017
PwC Seminar, April 28

ITU Economics cordially invites you to attend the following Economics PricewaterhouseCoopers-İTÜ Economics seminar:

Date & Time: April 28, 2017, Friday, 2:00PM.

Location: Room F235 - ITU Faculty of Management, Maçka 34337 Istanbul

Speaker: Eren Inci (Sabanci University)

Title:  Unbundling Curbside Parking Costs from Housing Prices and Rents

Abstract:

This paper empirically shows that at least some of the costs of curbside parking spaces are capitalized in housing prices even though these parking spaces are not formally bundled with housing units. Making use of Istanbul's transition from free and informal curbside parking to paid and formal, we find that housing prices decreased substantially as a response to the city operating curbside parking, while rents remained statistically the same. Thus, although the transition unbundles parking costs from housing prices, the depreciation in house values is not reflected in rents.



19
Nis 2017
PwC Seminar, April 21

ITU Economics cordially invites you to attend the following Economics PricewaterhouseCoopers-İTÜ Economics seminar:

Date & Time: April 21, 2016, Friday, 2:00PM.

Location: Room F235 - ITU Faculty of Management, Maçka 34337 Istanbul

Speaker: Suut Dogruel (Marmara University)

Title: Chinese Economic Expansion and the Manufacturing Sector in the MENA Region

Abstract:

The term deindustrialization is used to define the decline in the share of manufacturing as an economy reaches to a high income level. Kuznets addresses a decreasing trend in manufacturing output and employment is a natural outcome of development of a country due to the sectoral shift from manufacturing to services and thus create a deindustrialization.  In addition to the structural change a la Kuznets, the worldwide shift of manufacturing to China is also shown another factor which may accelerate the deindustrialization in industrialized countries.  However, the effect of Chinese boom on developing countries is not uniform: Particularly the economies in the South East also benefited from the worldwide shift of manufacturing. On the other hand, Chinese development hinders the industrialization efforts in the large number of developing countries.

 

The paper intends to examine the main determinants of the manufacturing development in the selected MENA countries. The Kuznets’ structural change hypothesis is taken as the starting point of the empirical model specification in the paper. The model is also designed to capture the effects of the other factors, such as oil resources and openness, in addition to the Chinese expansion. A panel data estimation is used for empiric models. The data source is the World Development Indicators of the World Bank.

 

The preliminary results reveal that openness, natural resources and the expansion of China in the world economy have considerable effects on the development of the manufacturing sector in the MENA countries. Openness and rich natural resources such as oil and natural gas are the main obstacles on the manufacturing development in the region. Chinese expansion in the world economy which is considered as the main source of the deindustrialization in the developed and the developing countries has limited impact. However, open MENA economies benefit from the Chinese expansion.

 



14
Nis 2017
PWC Seminar, April 14
ITU Economics cordially invites you to attend the following Economics PricewaterhouseCoopers-İTÜ Economics seminar:

Date & Time: April 7, 2016, Friday, 2:00PM.

Location: Room F235 - ITU Faculty of Management, Maçka 34337 Istanbul

Speaker: Christopher Hannum (Istanbul Technical University)

Title: Spatial Competition Among Residential Brokers

Abstract:
Anecdotal evidence suggests that firms and individuals participating in property-related markets, such as residential brokers, consider that competition among them intensifies during property market downturns. This is at odds with conventional theory, which suggests that in a downturn competition will decrease as some firms faced with losses leave the market. We argue that this disconnect may be caused by an unnoticed spatial dimension to competition in these markets, where firms choose the area in which they will operate. We first demonstrate using a spatial agent-based model (ABM) that the desire by a broker to restrict market area to appeal to clients within that local area may be consistent with expanded market areas by brokers and hence intensified competition during downturns.  We then calculate market areas and shares within those market areas for individual brokers using MLS data and regress the size of market area and concentration within market condition variables.  We find that during downturns, brokers’ market areas expand and competition within their market areas increases.


03
Nis 2017
EKO201&EKO201E Ara Sınav Yerleri
Aşağıdaki linkten sınav yerlerinize ait PDF dosyasını bulabilirsiniz.  

EKO201-EKO201E Sınav Yerleri



15
Mar 2017
PwC Seminar, March 17
ITU Economics cordially invites you to attend the following Economics PricewaterhouseCoopers-İTÜ Economics seminar:

Date & Time: March 17, 2016, Friday, 2:00PM.

Location: Room F235 - ITU Faculty of Management, Maçka 34337 Istanbul

Speaker: Han Ozsoylev (Oxford University and Koc University)

Title: Asset Allocation and Trade under Heterogenous Ambiguity Aversion


15
Mar 2017
EKO201 ve EKO201E Ara Sınav Tarihleri
EKO201 ve EKO201E derslerinin ara sınavları 5 Nisan Çarşamba 2017 saat 18:00-19:00 arası yapılacaktır. Sınava hangi derslikte gireceğiniz bu sayfada ilan edilecektir.

EKO201E ara sınavında syllabus'ta 14. bölüme kadar olan konular (14. bölüm dâhil) olacaktır. 


22
Şub 2017
Project Appraisal Dersi
"Project Appraisal dersinin bu haftaki misafir konuşmacısı PwC'den Kıdemli Müdür Çağıl Şahin Sünbül "Establishment of a Corporation in Turkey" başlıklı bir sunum yapacaktır."


16
Şub 2017
Lisans Bitirme Projesi Rehberi

GUIDELINES FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION PROJECTS

 The following guidelines are drafted for the purpose of conducting the undergraduate graduation projects.

  1. Topic Choice

The topic choice should be issued from the field courses available at:

Sectoral Electives

Institutional and Regulations Electives

Decision Making Electives

Other Fields

Energy Economics

Income Distribution & Poverty

Behavioral Economics

 

Money, Banking and Financial Markets

Transport Economics

European Economics & Institutions

Experimental Economics

International Trade

Environmental Economics

Labor Economics

Economics and Psychology

 

International Finance

Health Economics

 

Regulatory Economics & Regulated Markets

 

Corporate Finance

Economics of Education

 

 

Development Economics

Urban Economics

 

 

Economics of Growth

 

2) Project groups and advisor choice

The project group may consist of at most 2 students. The choice of the advisor should be done with respect to the field course and the students’ areas of interest. A faculty member cannot supervise more than four groups.

3) Proposal format and timing

The group should meet their advisor at least once a week. Given the time-scale of the course of 14 weeks, the recommended timing is as follows:

  • 1st to 2rd week: discussion on the topic between the group and the potential advisor; submission of the draft proposal and the statement of ethics to the departmental secretary.
  • 3rd week: appointment of the advisors and exam juries by the Departmental Head.
  • 4th week: writing of the final proposal by the group and validation by the identified advisor; submission to the departmental secretary.
  • 8th week: Mid-term progress report submission to the departmental secretary (failure to submission will get VF)
  • 14th week: Submission of the final project to the advisor
  • 15th week (1st week of the final exams): Validation of the final project by the advisor and its submission to the departmental secretary, together with plagiarism check report. If the advisor does not validate the project, the students can apply for an extension. If the project fails to pass the plagiarism check, the students will directly get FF.
  • 16th week (2nd week of the final exams): Presentations of the final projects to the jury

     

    4) Progress Report and Timing

    The final project should be around 20 pages long excluding tables, figures, and appendices. The progress in the project, which can take the form of the development of the term paper, should be evaluated after every appointment between the students and the advisor. Four important aspects ought to be evaluated: (1) quality of synthesis of the literature review, (2) econometric literacy, (3) soundness of the economic analysis, and (4) overall quality of the work.

    5) Formation of committee

    The jury should be composed of 3 scholars, one of whom would be the advisor.

    6) Grading

    The grading should be as follows (subject to İTÜ regulations):

  • Progress report (based on the regular development of the term paper): 20% of the grade;
  • Term paper (technical and writing qualities of the paper): 30% of the grade;
  • Final restitution in form of defense before a jury: 50% of the grade. The restitution should last at most 1 hour, with 40 min (or 67% of the time) dedicated to the presentation (25% of the grade) and 20 min (or 33% of the time) dedicated to the questions from the jury (25% of the grade).


25
Ara 2016
İTÜ Ekonomi Çalıştay: Eşleştirme Piyasaları
İTÜ Ekonomi Bölümü tarafından 29 Aralık 2016 tarihinde İşletme Fakültesi'nde organize edilecek çalıştayın detaylarına aşağıdaki linkten erişebilirsiniz.


Workshop Poster


07
Kas 2016
Soyadının İlk Harfi Akademik Kariyere Zarar Verir mi?
Öğretim Üyemiz Doç Dr Tolga Yüret'in akademik kariyer ve soyadının ilk harfinin sıralamasını konu alan çalışmasının haber linkine aşağıdan ulaşabilirsiniz.

 


18
Eki 2016
Ekonomi Bölümü 4 Büyüklerle Buluştu
İTÜ Ekonomi Bölümü'nin ev sahipliğinde denetim, danışmanlık alanında dünyanın 4 Büyükler (Big Four) olarak bildiği PwC - E&Y - D&T - KPMG şirketlerinin İnsan Kaynakları müdürleriyle 6 Ekim 2016 tarihinde bir araya gelindi. Ekonomi Kulübü'nün de temsil edildiği toplantıda bölümümüzle yakın işbirliği ve öğrencilerimize yönelik kariyer fırsatları konuşuldu.2016-10-06-PHOTO-00000004


10
Eyl 2016
Lisans Öğrencilerimize Oryantasyon Toplantısı
Ekonomi Bölümü lisans programına yeni başlayacak öğrencilerimiz için 21 Eylül 2016 Çarşamba günü saat 17:00'da F-134 no'lu konferans salonunda bölümümüz hakkında oryantasyon toplantısı gerçekleştirilecektir. Lisans programına yeni başlayacak tüm Ekonomi bölümü öğrencilerini bekliyoruz...


11
Ağu 2016
Suny Ekonomi Çift Diploma Programı Hakkında
Suny Ekonomi Çift Diploma programı 2015-2016 yılından itibaren kapatılmıştır. Bölüm yeni öğrenci almamakta, mevcut öğrenciler eğitimlerine devam etmektedirler.


11
Ağu 2016
Öğrenci Kayıtları, Yurt ve Burs Başvuruları Hakkında

Üniversitemize programlarına yerleştirilen öğrencilerin kesin kayıtları Maslak kampüsü Öğrenci İşleri Daire Başkanlığı'nda yapılacaktır. İlgili linkten http://www.sis.itu.edu.tr/ gerekli bilgilere erişilebilinir. 

Yurt ve burs imkanları hakkında bilgi için http://yurtburs.itu.edu.tr/ linkini ziyaret edebilirsiniz.