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Academic Specialization: Economics
Research interests: Banking, Financial Intermediation
She earned a PhD in Economics at Bilkent University in 1997 and an MA in Economics at Johns Hopkins University in 1993. After her postgraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Harvard University, she joined to the Faculty of Business Administration, Bilkent University in 1998. Assoc. Prof. Özyıldırım is currently teaching managerial economics and financial institutions and markets at Bilkent. She has taught graduate macroeconomics and undergraduate financial economics at the Tilburg University, the Netherlands.
Selected Publications :
Önder,Z., Özyıldırım, S. (Forthcoming). Foreign Banks and Short-term Macroeconomic Fluctuations: Do Financial Development and Regions Matter? .Economic Systems.
Önder,Z., Özyıldırım, S. (2016). Foreign Banks, Financial Crises and Macroeconomic Fluctuations. Economics of Transition. Vol. 24, no.3, 2016, 447-479.
Önder,Z., Özyıldırım, S. (2014). Bank Quality, Loan Demand and Market Discipline. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 50(4). 61-72.
Caner, S., Özyıldırım, S.,Ungan, A.E. (2013). What Do Depositors Know about risk. HSE Economic Journal, 4, 646-659.
Önder, Z. and Özyıldırım, S. (2013). Role of Bank Credit on Local Growth: Do Politics and Crisis Matter? Journal of Financial Stability, 9(1), 13-25.
Talasli, A. and Özyıldırım, S. (2013). Optimal Reserve Management Pattern for Turkish Banks, Central Bank Review, 13, 79-102.
Caner, S., Özyıldırım, S. and Ungan, A.E. (2012). How Sensitive Are Bank Managers to Shareholder Value? Journal of Financial Services Research, 42(3), 187-205.
Önder, Z. and Özyıldırım, S. (2011). Political Connection, Bank Credits and Growth: Evidence from Turkey. The World Economy, 34(6), 1042-1065.
Önder, Z. and Özyıldırım, S. (2010). Banks, Regional Development Disparity and Growth: Evidence from Turkey. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 34(6), 975-1000.
Yıldırım, J., Öcal, N., and Özyıldırım, S. (2009). Income Inequality and Economic Convergence in Turkey: A Spatial Effect Analysis. International Regional Science Review, 32(2), pp. 221-254.
Özyıldırım, S., and Önder, Z. (2008). Banking Activities and Local Output Growth: Does Distance from Centre Matter?. Regional Studies, 42(2), pp. 229-244.
Önder, Z., and Özyıldırım, S. (2008). Market Reaction to Risky Banks: Did Generous Deposit Guarantee Change It?. World Development, 36(8), pp. 1415-1435.
Ungan, E., Caner, S., and Ozyildirim, S. (2008). Depositors’ Assessment of Bank Riskiness in the Russian Federation. Journal of Financial Services Research, 33(2), 77-100.
Özyıldırım, S., and Yaman, B. (2005). Optimal versus Adequate Level of International Reserves: Evidence for Turkey. Applied Economics, 37(13), 557 – 569.
Özyıldırım, S., Önder, Z., and Yavas, A. (2005). Mobility and optimal tenure choice. Journal of Housing Economics, 14(4), 336-354.
Özyıldırım, S., and Alemdar, N. M. (2002). Knowledge Spillover, Transboundary Pollution and Growth. Oxford Economic Papers, 54.
Özyıldırım, S., and Criss, N. B. (2001). Between Hostility and Economic Growth: Can Rationalism Survive?. Journal of Peace Research, 38(4), 515-535.
Özyıldırım, S. (2000). Genetic Algorithm for Closed-Loop Equilibrium of High-Order & Linear-Quadratic Dynamic Games. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 53, 139-147.
Alemdar, N. M., and Özyıldırım, S. (1999). Learning the Optimum as a Nash Equilibrium. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 24(4), 483-499.
Özyıldırım, S., and Alemdar, N. M. (1998). A Genetic Game of Trade Growth and Externalities. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 22(6), 811-832.
Özyıldırım, S. (1998). Computing Open-Loop Noncooperative Solution in Discrete Dynamic Games. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 7(1), 23-40.
Özyıldırım, S. (1996). Three-Country Trade Relations: A Discrete Dynamic Game Approach. Computers and Mathematics with Applications, 32(5), 43-56.
Başçı, E., Özyıldırım, S., and Aydoğan, K. (1996). A Note on Price-Volume Dynamics in an Emerging Stock Market. Journal of Banking and Finance, 20(2), 389-400.