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Professor Engin Kara

Professor Engin Kara

Associate Professor of Economics

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+44 (0) 1392 723508

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Engin Kara joined the department in 2016 as an Associate Professor/Reader in Kara obtained his B.Sc in Economics from Istanbul University in 1997 and M.Sc. in Economics from Warwick University in 1999. He completed his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of York in 2006. His first academic appointment was at the University of Birmingham in 2006, after which he worked at the University of Bristol during 2009-2015. From 2007 to 2009, he worked at the Central Bank of Belgium as a research economist. He has published in top journals in macroeconomics, including the Journal of Monetary Economics.

Qualifications

  • Bsc (Istanbul), Msc (Warwick), PhD (York)

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Research interests

  • Models of Sticky Prices
  • Inflation dynamics
  • Optimal monetary and fiscal policy

Engin Kara’s main area of research is macroeconomic theory and monetary policy. Specifically, his research has focused on models of sticky prices, inflation dynamics, and the study of optimal monetary and fiscal policy.

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Kara E (2017). Does US monetary policy respond to oil and food prices?. Journal of International Money and Finance, 72, 118-126. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kara E, Sin J (2016). The Fiscal Multiplier in a Liquidity Constrained New Keynesian Economy. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics Full text. DOI.
Kara E (2015). The reset inflation puzzle and the heterogeneity in price stickiness. Journal of Monetary Economics, 76, 29-37. Full text. DOI.

Publications by year


2017

Kara E (2017). Does US monetary policy respond to oil and food prices?. Journal of International Money and Finance, 72, 118-126. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2016

Kara E, Sin J (2016). The Fiscal Multiplier in a Liquidity Constrained New Keynesian Economy. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics Full text. DOI.

2015

Kara E (2015). The reset inflation puzzle and the heterogeneity in price stickiness. Journal of Monetary Economics, 76, 29-37. Full text. DOI.

Modules

2017/18

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