Nurullah Gür

Nurullah Gür

Nurullah Gür received his BA and MA in Economics from Marmara University in 2006 and 2008, respectively. Dr. Gür got his PhD from University of Essex in 2012. He is currently a faculty member at Istanbul Medipol University Department of Economics & Finance. He has numerous articles published in international journals with a focus on economic development and the relationship between financial system and the real economy.
The G20 s Incomplete Agenda

The G20’s Incomplete Agenda

November 30, 2018
As the economies in the West recovered after the Global Financial Crisis, their desire for reform in the global system declined. This indicated the fact that their commitment to change was not real, but pragmatic and self-centered. 
Time to Invest in Turkey

Time to Invest in Turkey?

October 29, 2018
The sharp depreciation of the Turkish Lira (TL) has made the value of Turkish assets cheaper, creating profitable investment opportunities for foreign capital. It is not difficult to guess that individuals and businesspeople that make investments in Turkey at such an appropriate time will get high returns in the medium and long run.
Are the Fault Lines in the Global Economy Starting to

Are the Fault Lines in the Global Economy Starting to Crack Again?

October 12, 2018
The world is switching from pure globalism to one in which countries will try to protect their own industries as much as they can in order to increase value added growth, create more jobs in their territories, and balance their current account.
The Codes of Turkey's New Economic Program

The Codes of Turkey's New Economic Program

September 26, 2018
If the NEP is implemented properly, it will not be a surprise for Turkey to regain macroeconomic stability and to grow again at a level close to its long-run potential
Foreign Exchange Market in Turkey What is Happening What Should

Foreign Exchange Market in Turkey: What is Happening? What Should be Done?

May 26, 2018
Although there is no serious deterioration in economic indicators, it is obvious that there is an intense effort to worsen the economic perception as snap elections approach. The deterioration of economic perceptions is paving the way for speculative attacks that cause a surge in exchange rates.
What can Turkey learn from the South Korean Development Experience

What can Turkey learn from the South Korean Development Experience?

May 9, 2018
Over the last few years Turkey has started to give more importance to the manufacturing industry in order to reverse its pre-mature deindustrialization process, create more jobs and to escape the middle income trap. The Turkish government has been giving economic incentives to encourage more investment in key areas, such as automobile, defense industry, railway systems, renewable energy technologies, petro chemical industry, medical devices and so on. We need to investigate the South Korean development experience more carefully in order to raise efficiency of these incentives and investments.
What does the Snap Election Mean for the Turkish Economy

What does the Snap Election Mean for the Turkish Economy?

April 25, 2018
The fact that there are only two months before the elections means that the government cannot resort to populist policies that will unsettle the fiscal discipline during this period. This is another reason why the financial markets perceived this snap election decision positively, as the stock market soared and Turkish Lira rebounded.
Turkey s Energetic Moves to Diversify its Energy Resources

Turkey’s Energetic Moves to Diversify its Energy Resources

April 11, 2018
After pointless discussions, albeit a little late, Turkey stepped into the global nuclear league by kick-starting the construction of its first nuclear power plant.
Is the Turkish Economy Overheating

Is the Turkish Economy Overheating?

March 28, 2018
Reducing the current account deficit and inflation, and making high economic growth sustainable require supply-side structural reforms. These reforms might also prevent such news from perplexing financial markets.  
What to Expect for the Turkish Economy in 2018

What to Expect for the Turkish Economy in 2018

February 13, 2018
Turkey will enter 2019, a year with two critical elections, much stronger if economic growth continues and certain improvements are made in fields that currently seem problematic.

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