Faculty Profile

Ozge Ozay

Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics (2013)

Contact Information

ozayo@dickinson.edu

Althouse Hall Room G19
717.245.1719

Education

  • B.S., Middle East Technical University, 1999
  • Ph.D., University of Utah, 2010

2014-2015 Academic Year

Fall 2014

ECON 268 Inter Macroeconomic Theory
Neoclassical theories of economic behavior in the aggregate. Models will be used as a framework for analyzing the determination of the level of national output and for explaining fluctuations in employment, the price level, interest rates, productivity, and the rate of economic growth. Policy proposals will be appraised. Prerequisite: 111 and 112; MATH 170; and MATH 121 or MATH 225 or INBM 220 (for INBM majors only).

ECON 348 International Economics
An analysis of the determinants of international trade patterns, the causes and consequences of public policies to control trade, the operation of the international monetary system, and its effect on national economies. In addition, rich and poor country relationships, theories of imperialism, and the emerging role of multinational corporations are considered. While the neoclassical approach dominates, alternative paradigms will be explored. Prerequisite: 268 and 278.

Spring 2015

ECON 112 Intro to Macroeconomics
A study of the fundamentals of economic analysis and of basic economic institutions, with particular emphasis upon national output, employment, and price levels. The monetary and financial system is explored together with problems of economic stability. Monetary and fiscal policy procedures are analyzed and evaluated in light of the current economic climate. Special attention is given to the historical development of major economic institutions.Prerequisite: 111.This course fulfills the DIV II social sciences distribution requirement and QR graduation requirement.

ECON 112 Intro to Macroeconomics
A study of the fundamentals of economic analysis and of basic economic institutions, with particular emphasis upon national output, employment, and price levels. The monetary and financial system is explored together with problems of economic stability. Monetary and fiscal policy procedures are analyzed and evaluated in light of the current economic climate. Special attention is given to the historical development of major economic institutions.Prerequisite: 111.This course fulfills the DIV II social sciences distribution requirement and QR graduation requirement.

ECON 375 Mathematical Economics
Selected topic, to be announced prior to registration, in theoretical or applied economics, using mathematical or statistical techniques. Prerequisites: 268 and/or 278 plus MATH 170 or permission of the instructor.