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Academic Specialization: Finance
Research interests: Corporate Finance, Asset Pricing
After graduating from TED Ankara Koleji High School, he was admitted to Middle East Technical University where he had his B.S. in management in 1979 and M.B.A. in 1980. He received his Ph.D. in finance at Syracuse University in 1986. Before joining Bilkent University, he taught at Ball State University and Middle East Technical University. He has served as the dean of the Faculty of Business Administration between 1991-2004. Currently he is a professor of finance and Vice Rector in charge of administrative and financial Affairs at Bilkent University. He has also worked as a consultant at the Research Department of the Central Bank of Turkey between 1988-93. He taught at Michigan State University in spring 2000.
Selected Publications :
İ. Yüncü, L. Akdeniz and K. Aydogan (2018).”Do Stock Index Futures Affect Economic Growth? Evidence from 32 Countries”, Emerging Markets Finance & Trade, 41-429
Avcı-Sürücü, E., Aydoğan, K., and Akgul, D. (2016). Bidding Structure, Market Efficiency and Persistence in a Multi-time Tariff Settings. Energy Economics, 54, 77-87.
Yüncü, İ., Akdeniz, L., and Aydoğan, K. (2008). Interdependence of the Banking Sector and the Real Sector: Evidence from OECD Countries. Applied Economics, 40, pp. 749-764.
Muradoğlu, G., and Aydoğan, K. (2003). Trends in Market Reactions: Stock Dividends and Rights Offerings at Istanbul Stock Exchange. European Journal of Finance, 9(1), pp. 41-60.
Aktaş, R., Karan, M. B., and Aydoğan, K. (2003). Forecasting Short Run Performance of Initial Public Offerings in the Istanbul Stock Exchange. Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 8(1), pp. 69-85.
Aydoğan, K., and Booth, G. (2003). Calendar Anomalies in Turkish Foreign Exchange Markets. Applied Financial Economics, 13(5), pp.353-360.
Gürsoy, G., and Aydoğan, K. (2002). Equity Ownership Structure, Risk Taking and Performance: An Empirical Investigation in Turkish Companies. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 36(6), pp. 6-25.
Aydoğan, K., and Gürsoy, G. (2000). P/E and Price-to-Book Ratios as Predictors of Stock Returns in Emerging Equity Markets”. Emerging Markets Quarterly, 4(4), pp. 60-67.
Akdeniz, L., Salih, A., and Aydoğan, K. (2000). Cross Section of Expected Returns in ISE. Russian and East European Finance and Trade, 36(5), pp. 6-26.
Muradoğlu, G., and Aydoğan, K. (1998). Do Price Reactions to Stock Dividends and Rights Offerings Change as ISE Matures. Bogaziçi Journal, 12(2), pp. 21-29.
Aydoğan, K., and Muradoğlu, G. (1998). Do Markets Learn from Experience? Price Reaction to Stock Dividends in the Turkish Market. Applied Financial Economics, 8(1), pp. 41-60.
Başcı, E., Özyıldırım, S., and Aydoğan, K. (1996). A Note on Price – Volume Dynamics in an Emerging Stock Market. Journal of Banking and Finance, 20, pp. 389-400.
Aydoğan, K., and Booth, G. G. (1996). Performance Characteristics of Private and State-Owned Banks. The Turkish Case”. Managerial Finance, 22(10), pp. 18-39.
Akgiray, V., Aydoğan, K., and Booth, G. G. (1990). The Behavior of Foreign Exchange Rates: The Turkish Experience. Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali, pp. 169-191.
Akgiray, V., Aydoğan, K., Booth, G. G., and Hatem, J. (1989). A Causal Analysis of Black and Official Exchange Rates: The Turkish Case. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, pp. 337-345.
Aydoğan, K., and Booth, G. G. (1988). Are There Long Cycles in Common Stock Returns?. Southern Economic Journal, pp. 141-149.