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Finansal Ekonomi Yüksek Lisans Programı

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  • Program tanımları
    Finansal Ekonomi Programı, yönetici adaylarına Türk ve dünya ekonomileri ile ilgili derinlemesine bilgi vermenin yanısıra uygulamalı mikro ekonomi ve makro ekonomi ve finans konularında birikim kazandırır. Bu Programın öğrencilerine, karşılaştıkları ekonomik ve finansal konuları kendi başlarına yorumlama becerisi kazandırılması amaçlanmaktadır. Bu programı bitirenler ekonomist ve pazar araştırmacısı olarak işe girebilirler. Ayrıca bu programdan mezun olanlar, bankaların ve aracı kurumların  araştırma bölümlerinde görev alabilirler.

    Ders Planı

    1.Yarıyıl
    Managerial Economics     
    Money and Banking    
    Open Economy Macroeconomics    
    Economic Policies and Strategies    

    2.Yarıyıl
    Business Forecasting
    Global Finance
    Financial Management    

    3.Yarıyıl
    Derivatives
    Asset Valuation      
    Strategic Management    
    Project    


    Ders Tanımları

    Managerial Economics

    Main focus on business decisions, making extensive use of cases. Basic supply-demand theory and marginal analysis, the structure of decision problems, the impact of the market setting (i.e., competitive, oligopolistic or monopolistic structures) and strategic interactions among firms using game theory. Use of economic reasoning to solve actual business decision problems.

    Microeconomics
    Some of the topics covered in this course are as follows: principles of resource allocation, supply and demand, consumer behavior, costs of production, the competitive model, oligopoly, and factor markets.

    Macroeconomics
    Some of the topics covered in this course are as follows: national income accounting, inflation and unemployment, competing theories of national income, fiscal policy, the Federal Reserve system and monetary policy, and international trade.

    Money and Banking
    Introduction to basic concepts such as financial liberalization, demand and supply of money and other financial assets, creation of money by the central bank, the banking system and by other financial intermediaries, the money base, money multiplier, velocity of money and the monetary policy. Turkish legal and institutional structure in comparison to the financial structure of the EC economies. Discussions over money and capital markets, the foreign exchange market, inter-bank markets and government security auctions as well as open market operations and introduction of forward, future and options markets.

    Business Forecasting
    Topics in probability theory; theoretical distributions, law of large numbers, central limit theorem, and the normal distribution. Basic topics in parametric statistics, estimation, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, goodness-of fit tests, analysis of variance, regression and correlation analysis; time series analysis, quantitative forecasting methods; elementary design of experiments and data collection; computer implementations using available up to date statistical software.

    Open Economy Macroeconomics
    National income accounting, inflation, growth and unemployment, IS-LM and AS-AD models, short and medium run analysis, open economy, openness in goods and financial markets, fiscal and monetary policies in open economy, exchange rates and exchange rate regimes.

    Global Finance
    Introduction to the institutions, instruments of international financial markets and the economic theory behind the developments in these areas. Analysis of the relationships between the exchange markets, foreign trade and financial markets.

    Economic Policies and Strategies
    Fiscal and monetary policies and their effect in short and medium runs, inflation, growth and debt dynamics in emerging markets, study of crisis response programs, study of stylized facts of emerging markets and Turkey, analysis of income distribution, discussion of development strategies.

    Project
    The graduate program in Financial Economics will be completed with appropriate project/thesis by supervision of an advisor.

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