Orkun Saka
Orkun Saka
Assistant Professor, City, University of London
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ECB policy and Eurozone fragility: Was De Grauwe right?
O Saka, AM Fuertes, E Kalotychou
Journal of International Money and Finance 54, 168-185, 2015
106*2015
The Political Scar of Epidemics
B Eichengreen, O Saka, CG Aksoy
NBER Working Paper No. 27401, 2021
59*2021
Revenge of the experts: Will COVID-19 renew or diminish public trust in science?
B Eichengreen, CG Aksoy, O Saka
Journal of Public Economics 193, 104343, 2021
37*2021
Lending cycles and real outcomes: Costs of political misalignment
C Bircan, O Saka
The Economic Journal, forthcoming, 2021
19*2021
Domestic banks as lightning rods? Home bias and information during the Eurozone crisis
O Saka
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 52, 273-305, 2020
15*2020
Financial policymaking after crises: Public vs. private interests
O Saka, Y Ji, P De Grauwe
CEPR Discussion Paper No. 15413, 2020
4*2020
Elections and economic cycles: What can we learn from the recent Turkish experience?
Bircan, O Saka
Oxford University Press, 2019
32019
Epidemic Exposure, Fintech Adoption, and the Digital Divide
O Saka, B Eichengreen, CG Aksoy
NBER Working Paper No. 29006, 2021
12021
Financial crises and right-wing populism: How do politics and finance shape each other?
T Beck, O Saka, P Volpin
LSE Business Review, 2020
2020
Synthetic forecasting method for COVID-19: Applications to UK and Turkey
O Saka
Systemic Risk Centre Special Paper No. 19, 2020
2020
Structural reforms in Europe: Lessons from early experiences
O Saka, NF Campos, M Ganslmeier, Y Ji, A Martelli, P De Grauwe
Cambridge University Press, 2020
2020
On the complementarity between labour market regulation and tax reforms in the European Union
A Martelli, NF Campos, M Ganslmeier, Y Ji, O Saka
Cambridge University Press, 2020
2020
Essays on sovereign risk and banking
O Saka
City, University of London, 2017
2017
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