Dr. Nazif Durmaz
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Dr. Nazif Durmaz, visiting assistant professor of economics, received his Ph.D. from Auburn University and has research interests in International Economics and Trade, Time Series Econometrics, Open Economy Macroeconomics. Recently, one of his papers is accepted for presentation at the 2011 meetings of the Midwest Econometrics Group which will be hosted at the University of Chicago’s The Booth School of Business in October. The paper empirically investigates the nature of the US unemployment rates incorporating the most recent data and allowing for cross-section dependence among the US states. He also taught at Auburn University and Troy University-Montgomery. His teaching interests are Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, International Economics, Econometrics, Money and Banking.
- Ph.D., Applied Economics, Auburn University
- International Economics and Trade, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Time Series Econometrics, Forecasting, Real Estate Economics, Agricultural and Resource Economics.
- Essentials of Economics
- International Economics
- Intermediate Microeconomics
- Durmaz, Nazif (2011), “Housing Prices and Fundamentals: Role of Supply Shifter,” Economics Catalog 31-3, 2468-2479.