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Yener Kandogan, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of International Business

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT

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EDUCATION 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Ph.D. in Economics, May 2001

Dissertation: “Some Challenges in the East-West Integration of Europe”

Fields of Interest: International Trade, Economies of Central and Eastern Europe, Economic Integration
Advisor: Alan V. Deardorff
Other committee members: Robert Stern, Jan Svejnar, and Katherine Terrell

 
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
M.A. in Economics, June 1996
 
London School of Economics, London, UK
Postgraduate Diploma in Economics, July 1994

Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, June 1993

RESEARCH

Publications

15. Regionalism versus Multilateralism: Evidence for the Natural Trade Partners Theory from the Euro-Mediterranean Region
Journal of Economic Integration, 2008, Forthcoming
 
14. Falling Walls and Lifting Curtains: Analysis of Border Effects in Transition Countries
Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 2008, Forthcoming

13. Consistent Estimates of Regional Blocs' Trade Effect
Review of International Economics, 2008, Forthcoming

12. Sensitivity of International Blocs' Trade Effect to Alternative Specifications of the Gravity Equation
Journal of Applied Economics, 2007, Forthcoming

11. Ethics in Practice: What are Managers Really Doing?
Journal of Business Ethics, 2007, 70
 
10. The Reorientation of Transition Countries' Exports: Changes in Quantity, Quality, and Variety
Review of European Economic Policy, 2006, 41(4)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 631, 2003
 
9. Does Product Differentiation Explain the Increase in Exports of Transition Countries?
Eastern European Economics 2006, 44(2)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 599, 2003
 
8. How much Restructuring did the Transition Countries Experience? Evidence from Quality of their Exports Comparative Economic Studies 2005, 47(3)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 637, 2003
 
7. Power Analysis of the Nice Treaty on the Future of European Integration
Applied Economics 2005, 37
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 576, 2003
 
6. Technological Progress Through Trade Liberalization in Transition Countries
Journal of Economic Integration 2004, 19(4)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 567, 2003
 
5. On the Types of Trade, Adjustment of Labor and Welfare Gains During Asymmetric Liberalizations
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 2004, 40(2)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 568, 2003
 
4. Intra-industry Trade of Transition Countries: Trends and Determinants
Emerging Markets Review 2003, 4(3)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Business School, William Davidson Institute, Working Paper Series No 566, 2003
 
3. Reconsidering the Adjustment Costs of the Europe Agreements

Applied Economics Letters, February 2003, 10(2)

 

2. Political Economy of Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Budgetary Costs and Reforms in Voting Rules.

European Journal of Political Economy, November 2000, 16(4)

 

1. Lingering Effects of Central Planning on Current Trade?
Evidence from Current CIS Trade Patterns.
Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Review of World Economics, September
1999, 135(3)

Work In Progress

Global Conformity versus Cultural Diversity: Is Globalization moving us towards One Dominant Culture?

In International Trade Apples Fall Far from the Tree: Analysis of Variation in Quality of Exports and Imports
Under review

Why do English-Speaking Countries Run a Trade Deficit? The Curse of Commercial Languages
Under review

Is Immigration Necessary and Sufficient? The Swiss Case on the Role of Immigrants on International Trade
Under review

Trade Creation and Diversion Effects of Europe's Regional Liberalization Agreements
Under review

A Gravity Model for Components of Imports
Under review

Regional and Global Production Integration Trends in OECD Countries
 

 

TEACHING

 
School of Management, University of Michigan, Flint, USA
Associate Dean, 2007-Present
Associate Professor of Business Economics, 2006-Present
Assistant Professor of Business Economics, 2002-2006
Courses: Managerial Statistics, Business Statistics, Business Conditions Analysis, Managerial Economics
 
Department of Finance and Business Economics, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA
Visiting Assistant Professor, 2001-2002
Courses: Managerial Economics
 
Department of Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Head Graduate Student Instructor, 1997-2001
Courses: Intermediate Microeconomics, Introductory Microeconomics, and Introductory Macroeconomics

Other Teaching Interests:
International Economics, International Trade Theory, European Economy
 

PRESENTATIONS

International Atlantic Economic Society Meetings, Madrid, Spain
Why do English-Speaking Countries Run a Trade Deficit? The Curse of Commercial Languages, March 14-17, 2007

International Conference on International Trade, Calcutta, India
Evidence for the Natural trade Partners Theory from the Euro-Mediterranean Region, January 2-3, 2006

Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Meetings, University of Kansas, Lawrence, US
Is Immigration Necessary and Sufficient? The Swiss Case on the Role of Immigrants on International Trade, October 14-16, 2005
 
Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Meetings, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, US
Evidence for Natural Trade Partners Theory from the Euro-Mediterranean Region, April 22-24, 2005

Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Meetings, Washington University, St. Louis, US
Role of International Blocs on Trade: A Comparison across Gravity Models, November 5-7, 2004

Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Meetings, Indiana University, Bloomington, US
The Reorientation of Transition Countries' Exports: Changes in Quantity, Quality and Variety, October 17-19, 2003
 
Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, US
Power analysis of the Nice treaty on the Future of European Integration, June 12-15, 2003

Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, US
Technological Progress through Trade Liberalization in Transition Countries, June 12-15, 2003

Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Meetings, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, US
Intra-industry Trade of  Transition Countries: Trends and Determinants, May 2-4, 2003

The European Union Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, US
The Nice treaty and the Future of the European Integration, March 11, 2003
 
The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, UK
Political Economy of Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Budgetary Costs and Reforms in Voting Rules, March 14, 2002
 
Kellogg Institute for International Studies/Nanovic Institute for European Studies, Notre Dame, US
After the Nice Summit of the EU: How will the European Integration be Affected?, February 22, 2002
 
The William Davidson Institute for Transition and Emerging Markets, Ann Arbor, US
Lingering Effects of Central Planning on Current Trade? Evidence from Current CIS Trade Patterns, February 2001 

MEMBERSHIPS, HONORS, AND FELLOWSHIPS 

Membership
American Economic Association
European Economic Association
Economic Research Network
Research Fellow at Center for Russian and East European Studies at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
 
Department of Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Summer Research Apprenticeship Award
One of best 10 teaching assistants in the department by students’ vote in 1999, 2000, 2001
 
London School of Economics, London, UK
Scholarship from the British Council and Koc-TEV (Turkish Education Foundation)
Received my degree with Distinction

OTHER

International Institute, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Center for European Studies, 1999-2000
Organized the Euro Conference "The Euro: A New Currency for A New Millennium"
Webmaster for the Euro Information web site

REFERENCES

Alan Deardorff: alandear@umich.edu (734) 764-6817
Robert Stern:
rmstern@umich.edu (734) 764-2373
Jan Svejnar:
svejnar@umich.edu (734) 764-6320