Uluc Aysun, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Economics

Uluc Aysun, Ph.D.

Biography

Uluc Ayson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at UCF.

My fields of research are: International Macroeconomics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics.

Personal website: www.ulucaysun.com

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Research and Publications

  • What drives local lending by global banks?
    Working Paper, under review (with Stefan Avdjiev and Ralf Hepp)
  • The effects of global bank competition and presence on local business cycles: The Goldilocks principle may not apply to global banking in advanced economies
    Working paper, revision requested.
  • Searching for the source of macroeconomic integration across advanced economies
    Oxford Economic Papers, vol. 68(2), 2016, pages 316-339.
  • The determinants of global bank lending: Evidence from bilateral cross-country data
    Journal of Banking and Finance, vol. 66, 2016, pages 35-52 (with Ralf Hepp)
  • Bank size and macroeconomic shock transmission: Does the credit channel operate through large or small banks?
    Journal of International Money and Finance, vol. 65, 2016, pages 117-139.
  • Searching for the Source of Macroeconomic Integration Across Advanced Economies
    Oxford Economic Papers, forthcoming
  • The Determinants of Global Bank Lending: Evidence From Bilateral Cross-Country Data
    (with Ralf Hepp), Journal of Banking and Finance, accepted
  • The business cycle implications of dynamic financial frictions
    Working Papers
  • Searching for the source of macroeconomic integration across advanced economies
    Working Papers
  • Identifying the balance sheet and lending channels of monetary transmission: A loan-level analysis
    (with Ralf Hepp), Journal of Banking and Finance, Volume 37, Issue 8, August 2013, Pages 2812-2822.
  • Financial frictions and the strength of monetary transmission
    (with Adam Honig and Ryan Brady), Journal of International Money and Finance, Volume 32, February 2013, Pages 1097-1119.
  • Bank size and macroeconomic shock transmission: Are there economic volatility gains from shrinking large banks?
    Working Papers
  • A comparison of the internal and external determinants of global bank loans: Evidence from bilateral cross-country data
    Working Papers