Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
B225, AGU Sümer Campus
Kocasinan, Kayseri

eyup.dogan@agu.edu.tr
CV

Short Bio: Dr. Eyüp Doğan is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at Abdullah Gül University (AGU). After he earned a full scholarship for a graduate study in abroad provided by the Turkish Government, he received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Clemson University, USA, in 2012 and 2014, respectively. Prior to joining to the faculty of AGU, he worked at Niğde University for 4 months. His fields of interest are energy economics and environmental economics in which the relationship among macro-variables of the economy, energy consumption and environmental indicators are investigated. He has published about 10 articles at high-ranked international journals and attended several international conferences.

Achievements, awards, highlights, and honors:

* Full Scholarship - Turkish Government ( 2009-2014)

* Research Assistant - Clemson University (2013-2014)

* Best Research Paper - Clemson University (2014)

Selected Publications

*Dogan, E. (2016). The Relationship between Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and Trade. Bulletin of Energy Economics, 4(1), 70-80.

* Dogan, E., Seker, F., Bulbul, S. (2015). Investigating the impacts of energy consumption, real GDP, tourism and trade on CO2 emissions by accounting for cross-sectional dependence: A panel study of OECD countries. Current Issues in Tourism, 1-19.

* Dogan, E., Turkekul, B. (2015). CO2 emissions, real output, energy consumption, trade, urbanization and financial development: testing the Kuznets Hypothesis for the USA. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-11.

* Dogan, E. (2015). Economic Growth and Electricity Consumption from Renewable and Non-Renewable Sources: A study of Turkey. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 52, 534-546.

* Dogan, E. (2015). Revisiting the Relationship between Natural Gas Consumption and Economic Growth in Turkey. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 10(4), 361-370

*Dogan, E. (2014). Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from Low-Income Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 4(2), 154-162

*Dogan, E. (2013). Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth: A Time Series Analysis of Turkey, 1979-2011, Cankiri Karatekin University Journal of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, 3(2), 239-252.

*Dogan, E. (2013). Does ‘Revenue-led Spending’ or ‘Spending-led Revenue’ Hypothesis Exist in Turkey? British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, 8(2), 62-75.

*Dogan, E. (2013). Are There Linkages Between Different Types of Globalization and Economic Growth? Advances in Applied Economics and Finance, 4(1), 678-685.