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Professor Fatma Nur Yorgancılar

Behavioural Human Sciences

Selçuk University

Dr Fatma Nur Yorgancılar completed her undergraduate studies at Selçuk University's Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Turkey, and obtained her Master's degree in 2010 at the same university. Her Master's thesis was about innovation and sustainable competition. She completed her doctorate thesis on consumer behavior neurology, neuromarketing and neuroeconomics, which was the first applied study with fMRI and EEG on neuroeconomics in Turkey. Her current field of interest is macroeconomics and economic policies, preferring an interdisciplinary approach. She is now an Associate Professor at Selçuk University, where her basic field of expertise is economics.

She has conducted many studies about central bank policies, digitial economics, currency wars, neuroeconomics, shadow banking, international trade and international migration. She has published a book about consumer behavior neurology and has also written book chapters about currency wars, digitilazition, the possible impacts of voluntary carbon market revenues on foreign exchange earnings in Turkey within the context of the carbon footprint, and the role and importance of agencies in regional development as an actor. Fatma has also translated many book chapters, including 'Fundamentals of Economics' and 'Intercultural and Religious Dialogue at the Local Level in Europe'.