Emircan Yurdagul

Associate Professor (Juan de la Cierva Res.)
Macroeconomics, International Economics, Firm Dynamics
+34 91 624 95 53 Office: 15.2.36
eyurdagu@eco.uc3m.es
Personal website - Currículum Vitae

Bio

Emircan Yurdagul is an Associate Professor of Economics at UC3M. He recieved his Ph.D. in Economics from the Washington University in St. Louis (2015). His main research interests lie within Macroeconomics, International Finance, and Entrepreneurship.

Selected Publications

Yurdagul, E. and Hernán Seoane, "Trend Shocks and Sudden Stops"Journal of International Economics, Volume 121, November 2019, 103252

Yurdagul, E. and Felix Wellschmied, Endogenous Hours and the Wealth of Entrepreneurs, In press: Review of Economic Dynamics (2020)

Yurdagul, E. and Maximiliano Dvorkin, Juan M. Sanchez, Horacio Sapriza, Sovereign Debt Restructurings, Forthcoming: American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics

Yurdagul, E., Maximiliano Dvorkin, Juan M. Sanchez and Horacio Sapriza, News, Country Risk, and Sovereign Default, In press: Journal of International Economics

Caunedo, J., and Yurdagul, E. "Who Quits Next? Firm Growth in Growing Economics" Economic InquiryVolume 57, Issue 1, January 2019, 33-49

Sánchez J.M., Sapriza, H., and  Yurdagul, E. "Sovereign Default and the Choice of Maturity" Journal of Monetary EconomicsVolume 95, May 2018, 72-85.

Yurdagul, E. "Production Complementarities and Flexibility in a Model of Entrepreneurship". Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 86,  2017.

Recent Research

Caunedo, J., and Yurdagul, E. "Who Quits Next? Firm Growth in Growing Economies''.

Sánchez, Juan M., Sapriza, Horacio, and Yurdagul, E. "Sovereign Default and the Choice of Maturity''.

Manuelli, R., and Yurdagul, E. "AIDS, Human Capital and Development,"

Seoane, H., and Yurdagul, E. "On Overborrowing: Trend Shocks and Capital Controls".

Wellschmiend, F., and Yurdagul, E. "Entrepreneurial Production Function and Firm Dynamics".

Teaching

Macroeconomics III (Ph.D. Second Year Course) Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Second Year Course

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