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.

Ekinci, 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, 1(1), 33-48.

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: General

E50   Monetary Policy, Central Banking, and the Supply of Money and Credit: General

F32   Current Account Adjustment; Short-term Capital Movements

F41   Open Economy Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics (UG and PG)

Microeconomics (UG and PG)

Mathematical Economics

Mathematical Statistics for Economists

International Economics

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