Mevlüt Tatlıyer

Mevlüt Tatlıyer

Dr. Mevlüt Tatlıyer received his BS in Management Engineering from Istanbul Technical University in 2007 and obtained his MA in Financial Economics from Istanbul Bilgi University in 2010. He completed his PhD at Istanbul University in 2014 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Istanbul Medipol University.
How to Trade in a Multipolar World

How to Trade in a Multipolar World

November 29, 2018
The U.S. has benefited from the U.S. dollar both directly and indirectly to an incredible extent. In a multipolar world, no national currency can ever have such a favored status, even if it mistakenly believes that it can afford it.
What is the Future of the US Dollar

What is the Future of the US Dollar?

November 23, 2018
The unique role of the U.S. dollar will cease to exist in the foreseeable future. This will not happen anytime soon, but it will happen.
Istanbul Airport and its Economic Potential

Istanbul Airport and its Economic Potential

November 8, 2018
Istanbul Airport has the real potential to generate its own economic/commercial/technological/cultural ecosystem, which will certainly contribute to the Turkish economy and world economy itself.
Turkey Should Spend Wisely

Turkey Should “Spend” Wisely

October 17, 2018
One should underscore not more saving or less consumption, but increasing the productivity level of the “consumption composition” when going through economic difficulties. It is not “more saving,” but “more productive consumption.”
The Waning Reputation of the US Dollar

The Waning Reputation of the US Dollar

September 13, 2018
Using the U.S. dollar as a weapon against other countries in an effort to promote the political interests of the U.S. itself has become the final blow to the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar was meant to be the stabilizer of the world trade and economy, not the destabilizer.
Bad journalism against the Turkish economy

Bad journalism against the Turkish economy

August 30, 2018
The external debt to GDP ratio in the U.K. is an incredible 313 percent. This is only 53 percent in Turkey. So? There are no Western media outlets talking about an “imminent” financial crisis in the U.K. Why? Cherry-picked economic data, for a cherry-picked country, Turkey, for clearly political grounds.
The Turkish Lira against the US Dollar

The Turkish Lira against the US Dollar

August 14, 2018
One should note that the U.S. government itself is undermining the very legitimacy of its “strong” currency by abusing its “power” to promote its political ends. This will certainly have important ramifications for the U.S. globally in the medium and long-term.
Turkey Needs Somewhat Looser Fiscal Policy Now

Turkey Needs Somewhat Looser Fiscal Policy Now

August 2, 2018
The public debt level of the Turkish government is in very low levels that means that the government has an ample room to increase its spending level in an effort to boost the real economy.
Fiscally Prudent and Monetarily Strict Is This What Good Governance

Fiscally Prudent and Monetarily Strict: Is This What Good Governance Means?

July 20, 2018
Ironically, this is the same era in which the rhetoric that central banks around the world gained their “independence” has become widespread. What happened actually was central banks have become dependent on the financial industry, as they were dependent on states in the Bretton Woods era.
The Turkish Economy in the Long Run

The Turkish Economy in the Long Run

June 14, 2018
Between 2002-2017, the average annual economic growth rate has been 5.7 percent, a tremendous performance, which is somewhat higher than the long-term average and far higher than industrialized countries, and better than most of the developing countries.

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