Ishak Demir is an assistant professor in Economics and Finance at Middlesex University London. He worked at University of Lincoln, University of London, Birkbeck, UCL and IMF. He holds a PhD in Economics and Finance from University of London, Birkbeck and an M.A. in Economics from Bilkent University.
His current research focuses on monetary/macro economics, financial economics, central banking and economic policy.
1. "Heterogeneity of the effects of non-standard monetary policy on yield curves in the euro area", (fortcoming) , Journal of Money, Credit and Banking), (with Burak Eroglu and Secil Yildirim)
2. “Monetary policy responses to the exchange rate: Empirical evidence from the ECB”, 2014, Economic Modelling, Vol. 39, 63–70.
3. “Keep Your Word: Time Varying Inflation Targets and Inflation Targeting Performance”, 2014, The Manchester School, 82(2), 160–182, (with Bedri Kamil Onur Tas).
4. “The extent of trade mis-invoicing in Turkey: Did post-1990 policies matter?”, 2010, Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, Vol.31 No.3 (with Yasemin Yalta).
1. “To Hike or not to Hike: Is that an Option for Latin America? Assessing Monetary Policy Autonomy”, 2015, Regional Economic Outlook: Western Hemisphere. International Monetary Fund. (with Carlos Caceres, Yan Carriere-Swallow, Bertrand Gruss).
1. Principle Investigator, PRME / UNESCO research seed Fund, “The impact of global economic uncertainty and monetary policy on income inequality”, 2020
2. Innovative Teaching Fund – Lincoln International Business School, 2019, 2020