أحمد فاروق أيسان | جامعة حمد بن خليفة
Hamad Bin Khalifa University

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أحمد فاروق أيسان

أحمد فاروق أيسان (PhD)


منسق البرنامج
التمويل الإسلامي
كلية الدراسات الإسلامية
برنامج الدكتوراه في التمويل الإسلامي والاقتصاد

  • موقع المكتبC.01.045

السيرة الذاتية

Dr. Ahmet Aysan is a professor at the College of Islamic Studies (CIS) and the Program Coordinator of the PhD program in Islamic Finance and Economy. He has been the Board Member and Monetary Policy Committee member of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey and served as a consultant at various institutions such as the World Bank, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, and Oxford Analytica. 

Dr. Aysan's fields of specialization are Islamic finance, Fintech, macroeconomics, political economy, banking, and finance; and he is a member of the editorial and advisory boards of several prestigious international journals. He received grants from various international funds including the ERF, Newton Fund, and TUBITAK. Dr. Aysan has also served on the advisory board of the Contemporary Turkish Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) European Institute. In 2020, Dr. Aysan was listed as being among the top influencers in Islamic banking and finance by an academic article published in the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.

 


الاهتمامات البحثية

  • Islamic Finance and Economy
  • Fintech
  • Banking and Finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Central Banking

الخبرات

Program Coordinator and Professor, Islamic Finance and Economy

CIS, HBKU

2020 - Present
  • Dean, School of Management and Administrative Sciences and Chair of Department of Economics

    Istanbul Şehir University

    2017 - 2020
  • Professor

    Istanbul Şehir University

    2017 - 2020
  • Member of the Board and the Monetary Policy Committee

    The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

    2011 - 2017
  • Associate Professor

    Department of Economics, Boğaziçi University

    2009 - 2011
  • Assistant Professor

    Department of Economics, Boğaziçi University

    2005 - 2009

المؤهلات العلمية

PhD in Economics

University of Maryland College Park

2005
  • MA in Economics

    University of Maryland College Park

    2001
  • BA in Economics (with Honors)

    Boğaziçi University

    1999

المؤلفات المختارة

  • Books

  • Aysan, A.F., Babacan, M., Gur, N., & Karahan, H. (Eds.).

    Turkish Economy: Between Middle Income Trap and High Income Status. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-319-70380-0.

    2018
  • Aysan, A.F.

    Türkiye’de Kredi Kartı Piyasası (Credit Cards Market in Turkey). Edited volume in Turkish. Central Bank of Republic Turkey.

    2011
  • Aysan, A.F., & Hacihasanoğlu, Y.

    Determinants of Turkish Exports: Competitiveness and Unit Labor Cost. VDM Verlag. ISBN 978-3-639-14584-7.

    2009
  • Book Chapters

  • Aysan, A.F.

    COVID-19 Salgınının Dünya Ekonomisini Etkilemesinde Belirsizlik ve Güven Kavramsallaştırması. In: Şeker, M., Özer, A., & Korkut, C. (Eds.), Küresel Salgının Anatomisi: İnsan ve Toplumun Geleceği. Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi, TÜBA. ISBN: 978-605-2249-46-8.

    2020
  • Aysan, A.F., Babacan, M., Gur, N., & Karahan, H.

    On the Path to High-Income Status or to Middle-Income Trap: The Turkish Economy in Search of its Future. In: Aysan, A.F., Babacan, M., Gur, N., & Karahan, H. (Eds.), Turkish Economy: Between Middle Income Trap and High Income Status. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 1–11.

    2018
  • Aysan, A.F.

    Faizsiz Finans Ve Küresel Etkileri. In: Elmas, M., Bilen, M., & San, M.K. (Eds.), Sosyal Bilimlerle Çağı Yorumlamak. Mahya Yayınları. 249–260.

    2018
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., Ng, A., & Ozturk, H.

    Macroeconomic Shocks and Islamic Bank Behavior in Turkey. In: Hassan, K. (Ed.), Handbook of Empirical Research on Islam and Economic Life. Edward Elgar Publishing. 375–394.

    2017
  • Aysan, A.F., Ulu, M.F., & Ünay, S.

    Post-Crisis Shifts in Macroeconomic Management and Central Banking: Could Consumption Planning Emerge as a Macro-Prudential Tool? In: Yülek, M. (Ed.), Economic Planning and Industrial Policy in the Globalizing Economy. Vol 13 of the series Public Administration, Governance and Globalization. Springer International Publishing. 355–375.

    2015
  • Aysan, A.F., Ertek, G., & Ozturk, S.

    Assessing the Adverse Effects of Interbank Funds on Bank Efficiency through Using Semiparametric and Nonparametric Methods. In: Fethi, M., Gaganis, C., Pasiouras, F., & Zopounidis, C. (Eds.), Global Trends in the Efficiency and Risk Management of Financial Services. New York: Nova Science Publishers. 41–62.

    2012
  • Aysan, A.F., Guler, M.H., & Orman, C.

    Sustaining Growth in Emerging Markets: The Role of Structural and Monetary Policies. In: Nowotny, E., Mooslechner, P., & Ritzberger-Grunwald, D. (Eds.), A New Model for Balanced Growth and Convergence. Edward Elgar Publishing. 122–144.

    2013
  • Aysan, A.F., Baykal, O.F., & Veganzones, M.A.

    The Effects of Convergence in Governance on Capital Accumulation in the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Countries. In: Ugur, M., & Sunderland, D. (Eds.), Does Economic Governance Matter? Governance Institutions and Outcomes. Edward Elgar Publishing. 119–138.

    2011
  • Aysan, A.F., & Veganzones, M.A.

    Do Political and Governance Institutions Matter for Private Investment Decisions?: The Case of the Middle East and North Africa. In: Sayan, S. (Ed.), Economic Performance in the Middle East and North Africa: Institutions, Corruption and Reform. London: Routledge. 94–109.

    2011
  • Aysan, A.F., Akin, G.G., & Yildiran, L.

    Transformation of the Turkish Financial Sector in the Aftermath of the 2001 Crisis. In: Onis, Z., & Senses, F. (Eds.), Turkish Economy in the Post-Crisis Era: the New Phase of Neo-Liberal Restructuring and Integration to the Global Economy. Routledge. 73–100.

    2009
  • Journal Articles/Book Reviews

  • Aysan, A.F., & Disli, M.

    Small Business Lending and Credit Risk: Granger Causality Evidence. Economic Modelling, 83. 245–255.

    2019
  • Aysan, A.F., Demir, E., Gozgor, G., & Lau, C.K.M.

    Effects of the Geopolitical Risks on Bitcoin Returns and Volatility. Research in International Business and Finance, 47. 511–518.

    2019
  • Aysan, A.F., & Disli, M.

    Small Business Lending and Credit Risk: Granger Causality Evidence. Economic Modelling, 83(C). 245–255.

    2019
  • Aysan, A.F., & Ozturk, H.

    Does Islamic Banking Offer a Natural Hedge For Business Cycles? Evidence from a Dual Banking System. Journal of Financial Stability, 36. 22–38.

    2018
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., Duygun, M., & Ozturk, H.

    Religiosity vs. Rationality: Depositor Behavior in Islamic and Conventional Banks? Journal of Comparative Economics, 46(1). 1–19.

    2018
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., Duygun, M., & Ozturk, H.

    Islamic Banks, Deposit Insurance Reform, and Market Discipline: Evidence from a Natural Framework. Journal of Financial Services Research, 51(2). 257–282.

    2017
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., & Ozturk, H.

    Financial Crisis, Macroprudential Policies, and Depositor Discipline. The Singapore Economic Review, 62(1). 5–25.

    2017
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., Ozturk, H., & Ng, Adam.

    Is Small the New Big? Islamic Banking for SMEs In Turkey. Economic Modelling, 54(C). 187–194.

    2016
  • Aysan, A.F., Akin, G.G., Borici, D., & Yildiran, L.

    Regulate One Service, Tame the Entire Market: Credit Cards in Turkey. Journal of Banking & Finance, 37(4). 1195–1204.

    2013
  • Aysan, A.F., Akin, G.G., Kara, Kara, G.I., Yildiran, L.

    Non-Price Competition in Credit Card Markets Through Bundling and Bank Level Benefits. Contemporary Economic Policy, 29(4). 593–604.

    2010
  • Others

  • Ahmet, A.F., & Disli, M.

    Small Business Lending and Credit Risk: Granger Causality Evidence. Working Papers of Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Belgium: Ghent University.

    2019
  • Aysan, A.F., Disli, M., Duygun, M., & Ozturk, H.

    Islamic Banks, Deposit Insurance Reform, and Market Discipline: Evidence from a Natural Framework. Working Papers of Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Belgium: Ghent University.

    2017
  • Aysan, A.F., Fendoglu, S., & Kilinc, M.

    Managing Short-Term Capital Flows in New Central Banking: Unconventional Monetary Policy Framework in Turkey. Working Paper 1403. Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.

    2014
  • Aysan, A.F., Fendoglu, S., & Kilinc, M.

    Macroprudential Policies as Buffer Against Volatile Cross-Border Capital Flows. Working Paper 1404. Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.

    2014
  • Aysan, A.F., Baykal, O.F., & Veganzones, M.A.

    The Effects of Convergence in Governance on Capital Accumulation in the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Countries. Working Paper 611, Economic Research Forum.

    2011
  • Aysan, A.F., Akin, G.G., Kara, G.I., Yildiran, L.

    Non-Price Competition in Credit Card Markets: Evidence from an Emerging Economy. Meeting Paper 2, Society for Economic Dynamics.

    2009
  • Aysan, A.F., Nabli, M., & Silva-Jauregui, C.

    Authoritarianism, Credibility of Reforms, and Private Sector Development in the Middle East and North Africa. ERF Working Paper 443, Economic Research Forum.

    2008
  • Aysan, A.F., & Hacihasanoğlu, Y.S.

    The Competitiveness of Turkey with Respect to the Slovak Republic for the 1995–1999 Period. MPRA Paper 5496, University Library of Munich, Germany.

    2007
  • Aysan, A.F., Abbasoğlu, O.F., & Gunes, A.

    Concentration, Competition, Efficiency and Profitability of the Turkish Banking Sector in the Post-Crises Period. Bogazici University Research Papers, ISS/EC 2007-20, Istanbul.

    2007
  • Aysan, A.F., Nabli, M.K., & Veganzones, M.A.

    Governance and Private Investment in the Middle East and North Africa. Policy Research Working Paper Series, 3934. World Bank.

    2006