Franklin & Marshall College Franklin & Marshall College

Ece Handan Guleryuz

Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
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Office: STA326

Education

B.Sc., Economics, Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey (2007) (Honors) 

M.A., Economics, Florida International University, 2008 

Ph.D., Economics, Florida International University, 2012 (High Honors)

Research Interests

Primary Fields: Economic Growth, Political Economy, Institutional Economics, Macroeconomics, Public Policy     

Secondary Fields: Natural Resource Economics, Economic History, Development Economics, Environmental Economics, Experimental Economics

Publications

“Political Conflict, Natural Resource Abundance and Human Capital” (Forthcoming, Journal of Business and Economics) 

Presentations

  • Eastern Economic Association 39th Annual Conference, New York City, May 8-10, 2013; “Externally-Imposed Institutions and Regional Growth Differences: Evidence from Germany and France.” (Presenter and Discussant) 
  • Midwest Economics Association 76th Annual Conference, Evanston, March 30–April 1, 2012; “Social Class Structure and Political Economy of Public Education Spending.” (Presenter and Discussant)
  • Eastern Economic Association 38th Annual Conference, Boston, March 9-11, 2012; “Social Class Structure and Political Economy of Public Education Spending.” (Session Chair, Presenter and Discussant) 
  • 7th RES PhD Meeting, London, United Kingdom, January 21-22, 2012; “Political Conflict, Natural Resource Abundance and Human Capital.” (Session Chair and Presenter) 
  • Midwest Economics Association 75th Annual Conference, St. Louis, March 18-20, 2011; “Political Conflict, Natural Resource Abundance and Human Capital.” (Presenter and Discussant) 
  • Eastern Economic Association 37th Annual Conference, New York City, February 25-27, 2011; “Political Conflict, Natural Resource Abundance and Human Capital.” (Session Chair, Presenter and Discussant)

Course Information

ECO 210: Economic Statistics 

ECO 100: Introduction to Economic Principles 

ECO 270: Economic Development of Latin America