Durmuş Özdemir is a professor in economics at Yaşar University, İzmir, Turkey. He received his PhD degree in Macroeconomics from University of Leicester, England. He hold a PG degree from the University of Glasgow and BSc degree from Hacettepe University. Previously, he had worked for the University Of Sussex, England, Bilkent University, Ankara and Istabbul Bilgi University, Turkey Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium. More than ten years of his academic life is spent in Europe. Durmuş is interested in Statistics, Growth, Trade, European Economic Integration, Macroeconomics, CGE and Structural Economic Modelling. He is a research associate at Economic Research Forum and an instructor and research fellow for the ECOMOD global economic modelling group where he involved in building several country models including the model used for the peace dividend for Greece and Turkey. He is edited several conference proceedings and published number of papers, books and chapters in edited volumes in his research area. He is currently a Jean Monnet Module Holder on European Political Economy and World Trade Organization (WTO) regional Trade Policy instructor for Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus Countries (CEECA). He is a project Evaluator for TUBITAK. He is also an advisor to the European Parliament on the issues of trade and economic relations between Turkey and the EU.
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