He received his PhD in applied economics with a minor in statistics from Auburn University after receiving his MA from Western Michigan University in economics. He also holds an LLM degree (law and economics) from Michigan State University.
Dr. Ozturk frequently teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, economics for public policy, econometrics, statistics for social sciences, and research methods courses.
He has worked in various international, multidisciplinary projects in Europe, North America, Turkey, and Qatar.
College of Public Policy, HBKU2019 – Present
Department of Economics Ataturk University2018 - 2019
Department of Economics, Auburn University at Montgomery2016 – 2017
Auburn University2014 – 2016
Western Michigan University2012 - 2013
Auburn University, Alabama, USA. (with a minor in statistics)2017
Western Michigan University, Michigan, USA2013
Michigan State University, Michigan, USA. (Specialization: Law and Economics)2011
Ataturk University, Turkey2008
“The Contribution of Tourism to Economic Growth: The Case of Qatar”, Journal of Environmental Management and Tourism.2021
“Effects of COVID-19 on Turkish Stock Markets: A Sectoral Level Anaysis” Hitit University Journal of Social Sciences Institute.2020
“Market Integration and Spatial Price Transmission in Grain Markets of Turkey” Applied Economics.2020
“Does Trade Openness Contribute to the Economic Growth and Development of Morocco?” Journal of Economics Business and Organization Research.2020
“Effects of Price Transmission and Exchange Rate Elasticities of Three Developing Countries on the World Cotton Trade” Applied Economics and Finance.2018
Impact of Manufacturing PMI on Stock Market Index : A Study on Turkey.2019
“Effects of microfinance on small businesses in India” Innovation and Global Issues in Social Sciences III. Published by Peter Lang Publishing, 2018.2018
“Impact Evaluation of Microfinance for Small Enterprises in Morocco” Current debates in social sciences inTraders, 52-68.2020