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Swiss National Bank, International Policy Analysis

Boersenstrasse 15, P.O.Box, CH-8022 Zurich, Switzerland

pinar.yesin -at- snb.ch , ++41-58-631-3969

Pınar Yeşin. Teaching.

University of Zurich

2019: Monetary Macroeconomics
2004-2018: Monetary Macroeconomics

Study Center Gerzensee

  • January 2007: Beginning Doctoral Program "Introductory Math Course"; Math Review
  • September-October 2006: Central Bankers Course "Instruments of Financial Markets", Monetary Policy and Financial Markets; Monetary Policy and Asset Prices
  • April-May 2006: Central Bankers Course "Monetary Policy, Exchange Rates, and Capital Flows"; Exchange Rates, Prices, and Interest Rates; Predicting Financial Crisis
  • March 2006: Central Bankers Course "Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy"; Fiscal and Monetary Policy; Predicting Financial Crisis; Money Demand
  • January 2006: Beginning Doctoral Program "Introductory Math Course"; Math Review
  • September 2005: Central Bankers Course "Instruments of Financial Markets"; Open Market Operations; Monetary Policy and Asset Prices; Term Structure of Interest Rates;Liquidity Effect
  • January 2005: Beginning Doctoral Program "Introductory Math Course"; Math Review
  • October 2004: Central Bankers Course "Special Course on Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy for our Constituency"; Money Demand; Money Supply; Monetary Policy and Interest Rates; Monetary Policy in the Open Economy; The Conduct of Monetary Policy; Transmission Mechanism
  • September 2004: Central Bankers Course "Instruments of Financial Markets"; Open Market Operations
  • March 2004: Central Bankers Course "Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy"; Money Supply; Money Demand; Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • February 2004: Central Bankers Course "Central Bank Strategy, Monetary Institutions, and the Performance of the Economy"; Monetary Policy: Seigniorage, Phillips Curve, and Inflation; Rules versus Discretion
  • January 2004: Beginning Doctoral Program, "Introductory Math Course"; Dynamic Programming

University of Minnesota

  • Summer 2003: Money and Banking
  • Spring 2003: Money and Banking - Honors Course
  • Fall 2002: Macroeconomic Policy
  • Summer 2002: Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Spring 2002: Money and Banking - Honors Course
  • Fall 2001: Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Summer 2001: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Spring 2001: Money and Banking - Writing Intensive Honors Course
  • Fall 2000: Principles of Econometrics
  • Summer 2000: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Spring 2000: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Fall 1999: Principles of Econometrics