Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kaan Celebi
I am a Junior Professor of International Economics with a special focus on Europe at Chemnitz University of Technology and a non-resident research fellow at the European Institute for International Economic Relations (EIIW) at the Schumpeter School of Business and Economics, University of Wuppertal.
Having participated in numerous research projects in recent years, I have done research on the impact of the Brexit and have investigated the link between macroeconomic factors and the equity market in crisis, pre- and post-crisis periods. I also have conducted research on the effects and interrelationships of climate change, demographic change, foreign direct investment (FDI), and inflation. My research interests are in international economics, financial economics, and economic policy with a background in applied econometrics.
I am currently working on the following areas:
FDI & sustainable economics,
climate change, capital markets and monetary policy
inflation, unemployment & FDI
European economic convergence
IDEAS RePEc Rankings:
Among Top 100 Young Economists*
(worldwide, 5 years or less)
(worldwide, by Downloads, past 12 months)
*as of 2021
Recent working papers
“OECD Countries’ Twin Long-run Challenge: The Impact of Ageing Dynamics and Increasing Natural Disasters on Savings Ratios” (with Tian Xiong and Paul J.J. Welfens), 2021, EIIW Discussion Paper No. 309.
“FDI Globalization and the New Phillips Curve: Role of Multinational Companies and Institutional Changes” (with Paul J.J. Welfens), 2021, EIIW Discussion Paper No. 301.
“The Economic Impact of Trump: Conclusions from an Impact Evaluation Analysis” (with Paul J.J. Welfens), 2020, EIIW Discussion Paper No. 281.