Dr. Ekinci has been in the academia since 1981 after completing the MSc degree at the LSE. He has accumulated a wide ranging teaching experience over the years. He has acted as an adviser to the Central Bank in Turkey and published critically on the Turkish economy. He also has publications seeking to enhance the theoretical foundations of heterodox macroeconomic models.
Head of Department, Department of Economics, METU.
Adviser to the Research Department of CBRT.
Visiting scholar, University of Utah, 2003 (Jan - June).
Head of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, Pamukkale University.
1981 – 2004 Assistant and Associate Professor of Economics; Middle East Technical University, Ankara – Turkey
2004 – 2007 Professor of Economics; Pamukkale University, Denizli – Turkey
2007 – 2008/2009 – 2010 Associate Professor of Economics; University of Kurdistan, Hawler (Erbil) – Kurdistan Region – Iraq
2012 – 2017 Professor of Economics; Harran University, Urfa – Turkey
2017 - 2018 Professor of Economics (Part-time); Middle East Technical University, Northern Cyprus.
Ekinci, N. K. (2018) "Credit, Capital Flows and Monetary Policy:A Post-Keynesian Analysis", World Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 4, No: 2, 55-74.
N. K. (2013 ) “Income distribution in
a monetary economy”, PSL
Quarterly Review, 2013, 66, No. 267, 435-454.
Ekinci, N. K. (2013 ) “A post-Keynesian Analysis of
Disinflation in Turkey”, Izmir Review of Social Sciences, 2013,
Ekinci, N. K. (2009) "Consumption and growth from
a Ricardian perspective", Metroeconomica, 2009, Vol. 60(4), pp. 638-659.
Ekinci, N. K., (2008) "Monetary Policy in the
General Theory", METU Studies in Development, 35(1), 121-132.
Ekinci, N. K. and Erturk, K. (2007) “Turkish Currency
Crisis of 2000-2001, Revisited,” International Review of Applied
Economics, 2007, Vol. 21, No.1, 29 – 41.
Undergraduate: University of Buckingham (UK), 1980
M.Sc: London School of Economics (UK), 1981
Ph.D. : Ankara University, 1988
Ekinci, N. K., “Modern Mikro Iktisat”, Eflatun Yayinevi, Ankara, 2011 (2nd Edition 2017).
E12 General Aggregative Models:
Keynes; Keynesian; Post-Keynesian
E40 Money and Interest Rates:
E50 Monetary Policy, Central
Banking, and the Supply of Money and Credit: General
F32 Current Account Adjustment;
Short-term Capital Movements