Dr. Ulaş Şener

Akademische Vorträge

2020/7

‘Economic Theories on Central Bank Independence: From Institutions interfere to institutions matter’, 22nd Annual Conference of Association for Heterodox Economics (online)

2019/7

‘Intersections of Populism and Neoliberalism: Political Economic Reflections of a contentious relationship’ (with Ö. Albayrak), AFEP-IIPPE Conference, Lille

2019/7

‘From Neoliberal to Populist Monetary Policy? Conference of the Centre for Citizenship, Social Pluralism and Religious Diversity: The Condition of Democracy and the Fate of Citizenship, Potsdam

2019/6

‘Monetary Policy between the invisible and the visible hand: Central Bank Independence in the Classical Era’, European Society for the History of Economic Thought Annual Conference, Lille

2018/9

‘Monetary Policy Under Populist Authoritarianism: The Case of Turkey, 9th IIPPE Conference in Political Economy, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula

2018/6

‘Central bank independence in historical and contemporary perspective: A critical account of an old new narrative’, European Society for the History of Economic Thought Annual Conference, Complutense University of Madrid

2018/6

‘Perspektiven auf die Türkei – Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Zeiten des Ausnahmezustands’, Universität der Künste (UDK), Berlin

2018/5

‘Political Economy under Popular Authoritarianism: The Case of Turkey’, Workshop: Authoritarianism, Democracy, and Citizenship in Contemporary Turkey, Center for Citizenship, Social Pluralism, Religious Diversity, Potsdam

2017/9

‘Warum Zentralbankunabhängigkeit auf der Neutralitätstheorie des Geldes beruht und Geldpolitik nicht entpolitisiert werden kann - Ein theoretischer Erklärungsversuch‘, Summer School ‚Finanzsystem und Gesellschaft‘, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Sankt Georgen, Frankfurt am Main

2017/9

‘Financialization, commercial bank money and de-politicization of monetary policy: Theoretical considerations on a monetary trinity, 8th IIPPE Conference in Political Economy, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht, Berlin

2017/4

‘Why Central Bank Independency rests on the Idea of Money Neutrality’, 4th Nordic Post-Keynesian Conference, Aalborg University

2016/11

‚Basics of the German Economic System - German Economic Policy and International Trade’, Vortrag für das Public Policy and Management Executive Education Programm, Potsdam

2016/9

‘Unconventional Monetary Policy in Times of Crises: Evidence from Turkey’, 7th Annual Conference in Political Economy, International Trends and National Differences, School of Economics & Management, Lisbon

2015/9

‘A critical inquiry of independent central banks: Who gains from 'independent' monetary policy?’, 2nd World Keynes Conference, Pamukkale University, Denizli

2014/9

‘The scope and limits of autonomy - A critical inquiry of the Turkish monetary policy after the global financial crises’, 5th Annual Conference in Political Economy, University of Naples, L’orientale, Naples

2012/7

‘The relative autonomy of monetary policy – A critical inquiry of contemporary mainstream economics and the myth of depoliticization’, Joint conference AHE, IIPPE, FAPE, Université Paris 1, Sorbonne, Paris

2012/3

‘Die Entpolitisierung der Geldpolitik am Beispiel der Türkei, Workshop Türkeiforschung in Deutschland, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg

2011/5

‘The depoliticization of monetary policy - A theoretical assessment of some dubiousities in contemporary monetary economics’, 2nd Annual Conference in Political Economy, Istanbul University

2008/3

‘Turkish Monetary Policy between 2001-2006’, Departmental Seminar, Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Tel-Aviv University

2007/11

‘Turkish Monetary Policy in a Post-Crises Era’, 4th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, School of Oriental and African Studies, London

2005/2

‘Rezeption der Beitrittsverhandlungen mit der Türkei: eine Kritik des „polit-ökonomischen Diskurses in der EU’, Research Seminar, Forschungsgruppe European Integration (FEI), Philipps-Universität, Marburg

2004/9

‘European Unification, Democratization and State: Germany and Turkey as Examples’, Conference, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

2003/5

‘State and Globalization: Perspectives from Germany and Turkey’, Symposium, Goethe University, Frankfurt