Work Experience

  • 2016 2005

    Öğretim Üyesi

    Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi, Bankacılık ve Finans

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. 2005

    Bankacılık

    Marmara Üniversitesi

  • Master2001

    İşletme (MBA)

    Uluslararası Kıbrıs Üniversitesi

  • Bachelor1998

    Mühendislik

    İstanbul Üniversitesi

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Macroeconomic Factors and Stock Return: Evidence From Istanbul Stock Exchange 'ISE'

Book LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Volume -, Issue -, 2012, Pages 104

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The Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT), Does it Works? The empirical applicability of the APT in pricing the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) been analysed, to identify the set of macroeconomic variables which correspond most closely with the stock market factors. Six macroeconomic variables were developed to price the stock of (ISE) Turkey which are the term structure of interest rate, unanticipated inflation, risk premium, exchange rate, money supply (M1), and unemployment rate. Monthly data for total 193 stocks from all sectors of (ISE) were classified to 13 portfolios. The period analysed spans from January 2001 to September 2005 and the effects of the chosen macroeconomic variable were investigated.


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Arbitraj Fiyatlama Modelinin Türkiye Borsa'sı üzerine etkisi.

Macroeconomic Variables and Stock Market: Evidence from Turkey: Using Time Series Analysis

Book LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Volume -, Issue -, 2014, Pages 120

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The aim of this study by applying time series analysis, is to provide an empirical analysis and elucidate the relationship between the whole Turkish stock price index and selected macroeconomic variables namely: index of industrial production (IIP) as a proxy of economic activity, Short-term interest rate (SINT), money supply (M2) and exchange rate (EXC). For a wiser time span from Jan 2002 to Dec 2013; which witnessed a new monetary policy during the restructuring period (2002-2007), and the world crisis.


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Bu kitapta seçilmiş bazı makroekonomik değişkenler ile hisse senedi endeksi arasındaki ilişki irdelenmektedir.

Macroeconomics and the Turkish Banking Sector: A Time Series Approach

Book LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Volume -, Issue -, 2015, Pages 84

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This book briefs the work of a study which investigates the existence of long-run relationships between the Turkish banking Return Index and macroeconomic variables namely Interest rate, real exchange rate and money supply. The study was applied for the period span of January 2002 to December 2013. The techniques used to analyze the data were Time series analysis. First Johansen and Juselius' cointegration test was applied to examine the existence of a long-run association between the selected variables. The findings revealed the existence of a long-run relationship among the variables during the period of study. Second Granger causality test was implemented to find the causality direction among the variables. The results also indicated divergent to previous studies a unidirectional Granger causality between Turkish banking returns Index and the exchange rate.


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Bu kitapta Bankacılık endeksi ile makroekonomik değişkenler arasındaki uzun dönemli ilişki irdelemektedir.

Financial Performance of Banks in Pakistan: A Comparative Analysis of Public and Private Sector Banks.

Book LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Volume -, Issue -, 2016, Pages -

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KKTC’deki yatırımlarda kamu ve finans sektörlerinin değerlendirilmesi

Conference Paper International Conference on Economics, Turkish Economic Association, Volume -, Issue -, 2006, Pages -

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Does Turkish Stock Market Converge its Equilibrium after Restructuring Period?

Conference Paper The 25th International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA), Volume -, Issue -, 2015, Pages 1458-1470

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This paper empirically investigated the dynamic relationship between Turkish stock market and macroeconomic variables, for the period span from January 2002 to December 2013. Specifically, the examined the effect of monetary policy changes during the tested period. Dummy variables were added to the model in order to overcome the effect of inflation rate targeting and exchange rate regime change in Turkey. Using VAR model, the result revealed that long-run relationship between whole share price index and the tested macroeconomic variables index of industrial production (IIP) Short-term interest rate (SINT), money supply (M2), and exchange rate (EXC), was maintained. Moreover, the findings from error correction term coefficient indicated that Turkish stock market adjusted its previous disequilibrium (due to positive or negative shocks) in one period at an adjustment speed of 4.449 percent monthly.


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Do Savings and Income affect energy consumption? An Evidence from G-7 countries.

Conference Paper 3rd GLOBAL CONFERENCE on BUSINESS, ECONOMICS, MANAGEMENT and TOURISM, , Volume -, Issue -, 2015, Pages -

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The article investigates the relationship between the energy consumption, gross domestic savings and gross domestic income of G7 countries by using the time series data from 1970-2012. The study employs the recently developed ARDL- bounds testing approach. The article finds there is strong evidence that growth rate of income, gross domestic savings play a stronger role in determining the short run and long run behavior of energy consumption per capita in G7 countries. The empirical results suggested that in most of the countries the relationship of consumption per capita and gross domestic income is positive, that means when the income rises the consumption will also rise but not necessarily at the same rate, which is in accordance with theory of Keynes of marginal propensity to consume, confirming the absolute income hypothesis. On the other hand the gross domestic savings has a negative relationship with the energy consumption per capita which confirms the same relationship of consumption as the function of difference of income and savings in long run. The Parameters of error correction terms in USA and France are -0.4283 and -0.6190 represents the speed of adjustment is very high and it would return back to the equilibrium level very quickly. While countries like Canada, Germany, and Great Britain are having the parameters of the error correction term as -0.0794, -0.2205, and -0.0867 suggests speed of adjustments is fairly very small and would take time to return to its equilibrium position. While the error correction coefficient in case of Japan is equal to -1.0183, and also statistically significant showing that convergence is more elastic. The study suggests that although Japan, Italy, USA, France are more industrially advanced countries as production is mostly based on industries. The income generated on the basis of the energy consumption in their industries may be used as forced savings to further boost the economy that will definitely affects their growth performance positively in the long run. The reliability and validity of the estimations results are confirmed by the diagnostics tests.


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Energy Consumption, electricity, and GDP Causality; The Case of Russia, 1990-2011.

Conference Paper 3rd GLOBAL CONFERENCE on BUSINESS, ECONOMICS, MANAGEMENT and TOURISM, Volume -, Issue -, 2015, Pages -

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This article examines the causal relationship between the energy consumption, electricity consumption and GDP in Russia by using time series data from 1990-2011 implying the Toda and Yamamoto approach, which is revised form of the Granger (1969) causality test (J. Econ. 66 (1995) 225). The maximum order of integration was determined by using PP and ADF unit root tests. The Toda and Yamamoto test is applied regardless of whether the series are I(0), I(1), or I(2), mutually cointegrated or non-cointegrated. The variables were estimated at level in the unrestricted lag-augmented VAR. The AIC, SC and LR lag criteria were used to determine the optimal lag length. The diagnostics tests were performed at the optimum lag selected by estimating the variables at level and confirmed the stability of the unrestricted VAR model. The empirical evidence showed that there exists a the bi-directional causality from electricity consumption to GDP that implies the validity of feedback hypothesis but no causality was found for GDP and energy consumption supporting the neutrality hypothesis. The estimated results confirmed that both the economic growth and electricity consumption empirically support each other and have a mutual and complementary relationship. But on another hand the energy sector of Russia has no impact on the economic growth for a period 1990-2011. Furthermore, if the Government of Russia devises policies to promote the access of energy and higher level of consumption, economic growth will not be affected.


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Testing Export led growth in Saudi Arabia: An ARDL bound testing approach

Conference Paper 5th World Conference on Business, Economics and Management, Volume -, Issue -, 2016, Pages -

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The study investigates the relationship between economic growth, imports and export for Saudi Arabia by using the time series data from 1968-2014. The study employs the recently developed ARDL-bound testing approach. The estimations of the ARDL- bound testing approach indicated that imports, export and GDP are strongly cointegrated. This implies that there is a long run relationship among the variables. The finding of the study further indicated that exports have positive impact on the economic growth in the long run. This specifies that if exports are increased by one percent the economic growth is increased by 3.39%, implying the validity of export led growth hypothesis. At the same time the elasticity of import is negative but is highly insignificant in the long run and has no influence on economic growth. The Parameters of error correction term is 2.89% that represents the speed of adjustment. This implies that economic growth converges to its long run equilibrium position by 2.89% speed of adjustments via channel of imports and Exports. As the speed of adjustment is very low and it would take time to return back to the equilibrium level, that confirms the stability of the system. The reliability and validity of the estimations results are confirmed by the diagnostics tests. Finally, the results of the granger causality suggest, a uni-directional causality running from export to GDP, suggesting the validity of export led growth hypothesis. While another uni-directional causality has been found from imports to exports. Saudi Arabia is an oil exporting country and its economy is heavily dependent on the production and exports of oil. The Saudi Arabia economy heavily dependence only on the export of oil, exposes the economy of country to external shocks. The study suggested that Saudi Arabia needs to invest more in the non-oil sector and diversify their investment by attracting more foreign investors and FDI. This will cause the economic growth to increase and also be more flexible to any external shocks.


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General Publication Does Turkish Stock Market Converge its Equilibrium after the Restructuring Period?, 2016

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General Publication Macroeconomics and the Turkish Banking Sector: A Time Series Approach, 2016

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General Publication The Effects of Macroeconomic Variables on the Banking Sector Index: Evidence from Turkish Stock Market, 2016

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http://search.proquest.com/openview/0168f5ac1a0cf51f7134e61ccacc8822/1?pq-origsite=gscholar

General Publication An empirical analysis of currency crises, fundamentals and speculative pressure, 2016

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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212567116303124

General Publication Energy Consumption, Electricity, and GDP Causality; The Case of Russia, 1990-2011, 2016

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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212567116302933

General Publication Do Savings and Income Affect Energy Consumption? An Evidence from G-7 Countries, 2016

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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Husam_Rjoub/publication/215757186_Macroeconomic_Factors_the_APT_and_the_Istanbul_Stock_Market/links/0c96052fc8798e7ff7000000.pdf

General Publication Macroeconomic factors, the APT and the Istanbul stock market, 2016

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http://journal.dogus.edu.tr/index.php/duj/article/view/71

General Publication Sermaye hesabı liberalizasyonu: teorik bir inceleme, 2016

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General Publication Forecasting Economic Growth Rate: the Case of North Cyprus, 2016

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General Publication Macroeconomic Factors and Stock Return: Evidence from Istanbul Stock Exchange “ISE”, 2016

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General Publication Financial performance of banks in Pakistan: A comparative analysis of public and private sector banks, 2016

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General Publication Do savings and income affect energy consumption? An evidence from G-7 countries, 2016

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General Publication Macroeconomic Variables and Stock Market: Evidence from Turkey: Using Time Series Analysis, 2016

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General Publication Energy consumption, electricity, and GDP causality: The case of Russia, 1990-2011, 2016

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General Publication KKTC’deki yatırımlarda kamu ve finans sektörlerinin değerlendirilmesi, 2016

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http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/pdf/10.1108/10867370910946315

General Publication The effects of macroeconomic factors on stock returns: Istanbul Stock Market, 2016

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http://www.ibimapublishing.com/articles/JFSR/2016/917071/917071.pdf

General Publication Exploring the Long-run and Short-run Relationship between Macroeconomic Variables and Stock Prices during the Restructuring Period: Does it Matter in Turkish Market?, 2016

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Macroeconomic factors, the APT and the Istanbul stock market

Original Article International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Volume *, Issue -, 2008, Pages -

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The effects of macroeconomic factors on stock returns: Istanbul Stock Market

Original Article Studies in Economics and Finance, Volume *, Issue -, 2009, Pages -

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An empirical analysis of currency crises, fundamentals and speculative pressure

Original Article African Journal of Business Management, Volume *, Issue -, 2010, Pages -

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Sermaye hesabı liberalizasyonu: teorik bir inceleme

Original Article Doğuş Üniversitesi Dergisi, Volume *, Issue -, 2011, Pages -

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FORECASTING ECONOMIC GROWTH RATE: THE CASE OF NORTH CYPRUS

Original Article NEU Journal of Social Science, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 193-207

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While GDP is a key indicator of economic activity, it is unfortunately published quite late in North Cyprus. In order to make more accurate forecasting, an auto-aggressive moving average (ARMA) model was used in this study to forecast the real growth rates of the economy. The growth forecasting models that was developed is based on the Box-Jenkins approach which identifies the models, and was used to apply it to ex-ante forecasting. The results indicate that the forecasts relating to the ex-post period real growth rates, that the developed models gave, were reasonably accurate. Based on this result an attempt is made to forecast the ex-ante period real growth rates of North Cyprus.


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GDP, ekonomik faaliyetlerin en ciddi göstergelerinden biri olmasına rağmen, Kuzey Kıbrıs’ta bu veriler oldukça geç yayınlanmaktadır. Bu yüzden ekonomide daha isabetli tahmin gerçekleştirebilmek için mevcut veriler kullanarak ARMA Modeli ile ekonominin reel büyüme oranları tahmini yapılmıştır. Ekonomik tahmin modelleri Box-Jenkins yaklaşımı temelinde belirlenerek ex-ante tahminleri için kullanılmıştır. Sonuçlar, elde edilen ex-post dönem reel büyüme tahminlerinin, makul seviyede isabetli olduğunu göstermektedir. Bu sonuçlara dayanarak bu çalışmada Kuzey Kıbrıs’ın reel ex-ante büyüme oranlarının tahminleri yapılmaya çalışılmıştır.

Causality between stock price and GDP in Turkey: An ARDL Bounds Testing Approach

Original Article Romanian Statistical Review, Volume 4, Issue 2016, 2016, Pages 3-19

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The study investigates the dynamic relationship between stock prices and GDP in Turkey using quarterly data from 1989Q2-2014Q2. The study investigated the interrelationship between the variables via auto regressive distributive lag (ARDL) framework and ECM to analyse the existence of a long-run equilibrium relationship between gross domestic product and stock prices. The results provide strong evidence that both the stock prices and GDP are strongly cointegrated in the long-run. The empirical estimation indicated a signifi cantly positive relationship between GDP and stock prices. The robustness of the ARDL model was confi rmed by using Johansen and Juselius’s cointegration test (1990). The Granger causality test results indicate a longrun bidirectional causality between stock prices and GDP, and also a uni-directional causality from GDP to stock prices in the short-run. Both the stock prices and the economic growth are directly linked with each other. The reliability and validity of our estimations are confi rmed by the diagnostics and the CUSUM test.


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Exploring the Long-run and Short-run Relationship between Macroeconomic Variables and Stock Prices during the Restructuring Period: Does it Matter in Turkish Market?

Original Article Journal of Financial Studies & Research, Volume 2016, Issue -, 2016, Pages 1-11

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This paper empirically investigated the dynamic relationship between Turkish stock market and macroeconomic variables, for the period span from January 2002 to December 2013. Specifically, we examined the effect of monetary policy changes during the tested period. Dummy variables were added to the model in order to overcome the effect of inflation rate targeting and exchange rate regime change in Turkey. Using VAR model, the result revealed that long-run relationship between share price index and the tested macroeconomic variables index of industrial production (IIP) Short-term interest rate (SINT), money supply (M2), and exchange rate (EXC), was maintained. Moreover, the findings from error correction term coefficient indicated that Turkish stock market adjusted its previous disequilibrium (due to positive or negative shocks) in one period at an adjustment speed of 4.449 percent monthly.


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Energy Consumption, electricity, and GDP Causality; The Case of Russia, 1990-2011

Original Article Procedia Economics and Finance, Volume 39, Issue 2016, 2016, Pages 653 – 659

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This article examines the causal relationship between the energy consumption, electricity consumption and GDP in Russia by using time series data from 1990-2011 implying the Toda and Yamamoto approach, which is revised form of the Granger (1969) causality test (Econ. 66 (1995) 225). The maximum order of integration was determined by using PP and ADF unit root tests. The Toda and Yamamoto test is applied regardless of whether the series are I(0), I(1), or I(2), mutually cointegrated or noncointegrated. The variables were estimated at level in the unrestricted lag-augmented VAR. The AIC, SC and LR lag criteria were used to determine the optimal lag length. The diagnostics tests were performed at the optimum lag selected by estimating the variables at level and confirmed the stability of the unrestricted VAR model. The empirical evidence showed that there exists a the bi-directional causality from electricity consumption to GDP that implies the validity of feedback hypothesis but no causality was found for GDP and energy consumption supporting the neutrality hypothesis. The estimated results confirmed that both the economic growth and electricity consumption empirically support each other and have a mutual and complementary relationship. But on another hand the energy sector of Russia has no impact on the economic growth for a period 1990-2011. Furthermore, if the Government of Russia devises policies to promote the access of energy and higher level of consumption, economic growth will not be affected.


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Do Savings and Income affect energy consumption? An Evidence from G-7 countries.

Original Article Procedia Economics and Finance , Volume 39, Issue 2016, 2016, Pages 510 – 519

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The article investigates the relationship between the energy consumption, gross domestic savings and gross domestic income of G7 countries by using the time series data from 1970-2012. The study employs the recently developed ARDL- bounds testing approach. The article finds there is strong evidence that growth rate of income, gross domestic savings play a stronger role in determining the short run and long run behavior of energy consumption per capita in G7 countries. The empirical results suggested that in most of the countries the relationship of consumption per capita and gross domestic income is positive, that means when the income rises the consumption will also rise but not necessarily at the same rate, which is in accordance with theory of Keynes of marginal propensity to consume, confirming the absolute income hypothesis. On the other hand the gross domestic savings has a negative relationship with the energy consumption per capita which confirms the same relationship of consumption as the function of difference of income and savings in long run. The Parameters of error correction terms in USA and France are -0.4283 and -0.6190 represents the speed of adjustment is very high and it would return back to the equilibrium level very quickly. While countries like Canada, Germany, and Great Britain are having the parameters of the error correction term as -0.0794, -0.2205, and -0.0867 suggests speed of adjustments is fairly very small and would take time to return to its equilibrium position. While the error correction coefficient in case of Japan is equal to -1.0183, and also statistically significant showing that convergence is more elastic. The study suggests that although Japan, Italy, USA, France are more industrially advanced countries as production is mostly based on industries. The income generated on the basis of the energy consumption in their industries may be used as forced savings to further boost the economy that will definitely affects their growth performance positively in the long run. The reliability and validity of the estimations results are confirmed by the diagnostics tests.


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The Effects of Macroeconomic Variables on the Banking Sector Index: Evidence from Turkish Stock Market

Original Article NEU Journal of Social Science, Volume IX, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 168-190

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The study investigates the dynamic interaction between the Banking Return Index and selected macroeconomic variables in Turkey taking in consideration the transition in the Turkey economy. The study was implemented using cointegration test; Granger causality test based on vector error correction model, variance decomposition analysis and impulse response functions. First cointegration test revealed the existence of a long-run relationship among the variables during the period of study. Second Granger causality test indicated that Bank stock returns index Granger-cause the exchange rate, indicating a portfolio approach in the Turkish market.


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Is Export-Led Growth Hypothesis Exist in Saudi Arabia? Evidence from an ARDL Bounds Testing Approach

Original Article Asian Journal of Economic Modelling, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 110-117

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The study investigates the relationship between economic growth, imports and export for Saudi Arabia by using the time series data from 1968-2014. The study employs the recently developed ARDL-bounds testing approach. The estimations of the ARDL-bounds testing approach indicated that imports, export and GDP are strongly co-integrated. The finding of the study further indicated that exports have positive impact on the economic growth in the long run. This specifies that if exports are increased by one percent the economic growth is increased by 3.39%, implying the validity of export-led growth hypothesis. The parameter of error correction term is 2.89% that represents the speed of adjustment. This implies that economic growth converges to its long run equilibrium position by 2.89% speed of adjustments via channel of imports and Exports. As the speed of adjustment is very low and it would take time to return back to the equilibrium level, that confirms the stability of the system. The reliability and validity of the estimations results are confirmed by the diagnostics tests both in short and long run. Finally, the results of the granger causality suggest, a uni-directional causality running from export to GDP, suggesting the validity of export led growth hypothesis. While another uni-directional causality has been found from imports to exports. Being the member of OPEC, Saudi Arabia exports mainly comprises of oil that exposes the economy of country to external shocks. The study suggested that Saudi Arabia needs to invest more in the non-oil sector and diversify their investment by attracting more FDI. This will cause the economic growth to increase and also be more flexible to any external shocks.


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Currrent Teaching

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    FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

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Teaching History

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    MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE

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    ADVANCE THEORY OF FINANCE

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    ADVANCE THEORY OF FINANCE

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    ADVANCE THEORY OF FINANCE

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    Encourage class participation

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE

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    MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE

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    MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE

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    FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

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    FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

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    FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    Financial Management

    On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of: ? Understanding financial statements ? Time value of money ? Valuation of future cash flows ? Valuing stocks and bonds On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed their skills in: ? Computation of future & present cash flows ? Making capital investment decisions ? Analysis of financial statements On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed their appreciation of and respect for values and attitudes regarding the issues of: ? Working with the financial statements ? Evaluating investment projects

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

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    PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

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    PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

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    PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

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    PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    YOK

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II

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    GRADUATION PROJECT

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    ADVANCED THEORY OF FINANCE

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    ADVANCED THEORY OF FINANCE

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    ADVANCED FINANCIAL THEORIES

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    ADVANCED FINANCIAL THEORIES

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    ADVANCED FINANCIAL THEORIES

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    MASTER THESIS

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    PHD DISSERTATION

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    PORTFOLIA MANAGEMENT

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    PORTFOLIA MANAGEMENT

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    PORTFOLIA MANAGEMENT

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    PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

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    PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

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    PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

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    QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN FINANCE

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    QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN FINANCE

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    RISK MANAGEMENT

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    RISK MANAGEMENT

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    RISK MANAGEMENT

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    RISK MANAGEMENT

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE INSTITUTIONS I

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    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR HEALTHCARE INSTITUTIONS II

    Bu dersin amacı, hem yatırımlar hem de yatırımların finansmanıyla ilgili temel kavramları ve prensipleri açıklamak, finansal yönetimle ilgili uygulamada karşılaşılan temel sorunlara uygun çözümler getirme becerileri geliştirmektir.

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    SEMINAR

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    SEMINAR

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    SEMINAR

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    SEMINAR

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    BANK TRAINING

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    BANK TRAINING

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    BANK TRAINING

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    BANK TRAINING

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    BANK TRAINING PROGRAM

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    BANK TRAINING PROGRAM

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    BANK TRAINING PROGRAM

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    THESIS

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