Faculty Directory » Ozge Ozay

Economics, History, and Political Science

Office Hours:

Semester: Fall, 2017
Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 PM
Thursdays 4:00-6:00 PM

Office Information:

Room Number: 310
Phone: 978-665-3472
Email: oozay@fitchburgstate.edu

Courses Taught:

ECON 1100 Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics
ECON 2400 Money and Banking
IDIS / POLS 1800 Global Issues

Education:

BS Economics Middle East Technical University
Ph.D Economics University of Utah

Current Projects:

“Changing Structure of Exports and Product Sophistication in Asian Region” to be submitted to Asian Economic Policy Review (indexed in SSCI) (with Emel Memis).

“Foreign Technology and Gender Inequalities: the Case of India”, to be submitted to Feminist Economics (indexed in SSCI).

Presentations

“Price-Wage Determination ­Mechanisms in the Turkish Textile Sector: 1980-2005” presented in URPE panel at the Allied Social Sciences Association 5-7 January 2007, Chicago, IL.

“Essay on Feminist Economics Paradigm: Reiterating the Manifestations of Gender Inequalities” (with Emel Memis), presented in Association for Institutional Thought 19-22 April 2006, Phoenix, AZ.

Representative Publications:

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

“Is Capital Deepening Process Male-Biased?” Structural Change and Economic Dynamics (indexed in SSCI), DOI: 10.1016/j.strueco.2015.09.002 (2015).

“Implications of Trade Policy Changes on Gender Inequalities”, Feminist Critique (indexed in EBSCO), Ankara University Press (2011).

Book Chapters and Books

“From Domestic Activities to Unpaid Labor” (in Turkish), in Women Studies in Turkey: 1975-2011, edited by S. Sancar, Koc University Press (2011) (with Emel Memis).

“Unpaid Work”, (in Turkish) entry in Dictionary of Economic Institutions and Concepts, edited by

Fikret Başkaya and Aydın Ördek (2011) (with Emel Memis and Hande Togrul).

Gender Inequalities, Capital Deepening and Trade in Turkey’s Manufacturing Industry: 1990-2001, VDM (Verlag Dr. Müller), Germany, 2010.

Professional Affiliations:

Member, International Association for Feminist Economists (IAFFE): Jan ’06-

Member, Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE): Jan ’06-

Member, the Heterodox Economics Student Association, in the Department of Economics,University of Utah: 2001-2009.