Tartışma Raporları

C. Bora Durdu ve S. Sayan, “Emerging Market Business Cycles with Remittance Fluctuations,” International Finance Discussion Paper No. 946, Washington, DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 2008. (PDF İndir).

S. Sayan, “Business Cycles and Workers’ Remittances: How do Migrant Workers Respond to Cyclical Movements of GDP at Home?,” IMF WorkingPaper No. 06/52, Washington, DC: IMF, 2006. (PDF İndir). 

G. Celik ve S. Sayan, “To Give In or Not To Give In To Bribery? Setting the Optimal Fines for Violations of Rules when the Enforcers are Likely to Ask for Bribes,” Microeconomic Theory in
Canada Micro Theory Working Paper, 2005. (PDF İndir).

M.M. Jelassi ve S. Sayan, “Implications of Unequal  Rates of Population Growth for Trade Revisited: Lessons from Closed Form Solutions to an Overlapping Generations General Equilibrium Model under Autarky and Trade Scenarios, ”Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 04-01, Bilkent University, January  2004. (PDF İndir) 

M.M. Jelassi ve S. Sayan, “Implications of Unequal  Rates of Population Growth for Trade,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 03-02,Bilkent University, April 2003.(PDF İndir)

S. Sayan, “Dynamic Heckscher-Ohlin Results from a 2x2x2x2 Overlapping Generations Model with Unequal Population Growth Rates, ” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 02-01, Bilkent University, January  2002. (PDF İndir)

S. Sayan ve A.E. Uyar, “Directions of Trade Flows and Labor Movements between High- And Low-Population Growth Countries: An Overlapping Generations General Equilibrium Analysis,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 01-08, Bilkent University, April  2001. (PDF İndir) 

Z. Kotan ve S. Sayan, “A Comparison of the Price Competitiveness of Turkish and South East Asian Exports in the European Union Market in the 1990s,” Discussion Paper No: 2001/2, The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey Research Department, 2001. (PDF İndir)

S. Sayan ve T. Kenc, “Long-term Consequences of Rehabilitating a Financially Troubled Pension System: An Overlapping Generations, General Equilibrium Analysis for Turkey,” ERF Working Paper No. 9914, Cairo, Egypt: Economic Research Forum. 

S. Sayan, “The Black Sea Economic Cooperation Project: A Substitute for or a Complement to Globalization Efforts in the Middle East and the Balkans?” Working Paper No: 9806, Cairo, Egypt: Economic Research Forum, 1998.(PDF İndir)

S. Sayan, “Could Regional Economic Cooperation Generate Trade Creation and Trade Diversion Effects without Altering Trade Policies of Members? Preliminary Results from a Gravity Application to BSEC,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 98-10, Bilkent University, April 1998. (PDFİndir) 

T. Kenc ve S. Sayan, “Transmission of Demographic Shock Effects from Large to Small Countries: An Overlapping Generations CGE Analysis,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 98-5, Bilkent University, March 1998. (Post Script Versiyonu / PDF Versiyonu

H. Ergin ve S. Sayan, “A Microeconomic Analysis of Slavery in Comparison to Free Labor Economies,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 97-8, Bilkent University, July 1997. (PDF İndir) 

S. Sayan ve S. Durgun, “Some Technological Aspects of an Environmentally Sustainable Energy Policy for Turkey: Patterns, Challenges and Actions,” Working Paper No. 9520, Cairo, Egypt: Economic Research Forum, 1995.

S. Sayan, L.G. Tweeten and L.J. Hushak, “A CGE Analysis of Farm Program Expenditures in the US: Micro and Macroeconomic Aspects,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 95-06, Bilkent University, August 1995.

S. Sayan, “An Analysis of the Effects of Changes in Saving Rates using Neoclassical CGE Models: Lessons from Analytical Solutions to Simple Two-Sector Models with Endogenous Interest Rates,” Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 94-11, Bilkent University, April 1994. (PDF İndir)

S. Sayan, “‘Exact’ Welfare Change Measurement using Observable Demand Systems: The Case of S. Korea, ERC Working Paper No. 1989-13, Middle East Technical University, December 1989.

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