Ersal, Eylem

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Economics
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office Phone
Office Location
HH HH4403

Education:

Ph.D., Economics, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., U.S.A., 2011

 

Eylem Ersal-Kiziler, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.  Dr. Ersal-Kiziler received her Ph.D. in Economics from Georgetown University and M.A. in Economics from Bilkent University, Turkey.

Dr. Ersal-Kiziler’s research interests are mainly in international finance and open economy macroeconomics. She has published work that examines international capital flows and current account balances in relation to permanent and transitory changes in output, mainly in advanced economies. Her most recent work focuses on the debt flows within the European Monetary Union (EMU) and the role of common single currency (euro) in shaping the geography of these flows within and to the EMU.

Dr. Ersal-Kiziler currently has work in progress on international capital flows and uncertainty.

At the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Dr. Ersal-Kiziler has been teaching International Finance (Econ 406), Intermediate Macroeconomics (Econ 302), Business Statistics (Econ 245), and Principles of Macroeconomics (Econ 202) at the undergraduate program. She also taught Business Conditions Analysis (Econ 736) in the MBA program. Dr. Ersal-Kiziler is a member of the CoBE Strategic Planning Committee and the Faculty Senate. 


Robert Mundell Prize
August 2015
Canadian Economics Association
Women in Leadership Recognition
March 2015
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Women’s Issues Committee
Leon P. Hermsen Excellence in Teaching Award
April 2014
College of Business and Economics

Ph.D.
Economics
Georgetown University
2011
MA
Economics
Bilkent University
2004
BA
Economics
Bilkent University
2002

Eastern Economic Association
January 2014 - Current
American Economic Association
December 2012 - Current
Midwest Economic Research Group (MERG)
May 2012 - Current
Midwest Economic Assocation
January 2012 - Current
Georgetown Center for Economic Research
2013 - 2015

“Macroeconomic Uncertainty and International Capital Flows”
Ezgi Ozturk
Discussion of "Business cycle implications of rising household credit market participation in emerging countries", by Zulma Barrail
Transmission of Shocks Through the International Banking System
The role of limited information in asset price dynamics
Yamin Ahmad
A Comparative Analysis of Service vs. Manufacturing Acquirers
Rimi Zakaria
Bubble-like Behavior in Asset Markets: The Role of Limited Infomation
Yamin Ahmad
Foreign Exchange Risk and Debt Flows to Peripheral Europe
Ha Nguyen
Euro Currency Risk and the Geography of Debt Flows to Peripheral Europe
Ha Nguyen
Discussion of "Worker Remittances and Economic Growth in a Real Business Cycle Framework", by Michael Batu
On the Financiers of the Peripheral EU
Ha Nguyen, World Bank
On the Financiers of Peripheral EU
Ha Nguyen, World Bank
Eurozone and Financing of the Peripheral EU
Ha Nguyen
Growth Shocks and Portfolio Flows
Discussion of "Predictability and Specification in Models of Exchange Rate Determination by Levent Bulut "
Growth Shocks and Portfolio Flows
Discussion of "Determinants of Convergence in the Marginal Product of Capital by Elena Bondarenko and Shuichiro Nishioka"
Discussion of "The 2000 and 2008 Olympic Games Announcements and Chinese Stock Market Responses by Yu Liu"
Growth Shocks and Portfolio Flows
Trend Shocks and Countercyclical U.S. Current Account
David Amdur
Growth Shocks and Portfolio Flows

Euro Currency Risk and the Geography of Debt Flows to Peripheral EMU
Journal of International Money and Finance
International portfolio flows with growth shocks
Economics Letters
Vol. 141 Iss. April 2016
Trend Shocks and the Countercyclical U.S. Current Account
Journal of Canadian Economics
Vol. 47 Iss. 2

Significant Learning in Introductory Macroeconomics: Addressing Misconceptions about “Others”
Journal of Economic Education
Merger and Acquisition Deal Outcomes: A Dyadic Approach to Interfirm Processes
Journal of Management & Organization
A Note on the Role of Limited Information in Asset Price Dynamics
Economics Bulletin
Euro Currency Risk and the Geography of Debt Flows to Peripheral EMU
Journal of International Money and Finance
International portfolio flows with growth shocks
Economics Letters
Vol. 141 Iss. April 2016
Trend Shocks and Gross Financial Flows
International Journal of Economics and Finance
Vol. 7 Iss. 5
Trend Shocks and the Countercyclical U.S. Current Account
Journal of Canadian Economics
Vol. 47 Iss. 2

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