SESRIC



Seminars Organised / Participated by SESRIC

SESRIC has been organizing seminars at its headquarter since November 2008. The seminars are given by academicians, high level public administrators, professionals and experts from the Centre. Along side with the ones on general economic and social issues, other studies on daily developing issues such as global financial crises and environment are also presented and discussed during the seminars. These seminars are announced and open to academicians, researchers, professionals and students of relevant university departments.

Planned / Implemented Seminars

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SESRIC hosted seminars titled 'Do Fixed Exchange Rates Cause More Trade?' and 'When Do Currency Unions Increase Trade?'
Date : 12 February 2013 Venue : Ankara Turkey

The Centre hosted seminars titled “Do Fixed Exchange Rates Cause More Trade?” and “When Do Currency Unions Increase Trade?” on 12 February 2013 in its headquarters. The seminar was delivered by Mr. Amr Sadek Hosny, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA.

SESRIC hosted the seminar titled 'Do Natural Resources Lower the Incentive to Invest in Human Capital? A Theoretical and Empirical Approach'
Date : 11 February 2013 Venue : Ankara Turkey

The Centre hosted a seminar titled “Do Natural Resources Lower the Incentive to Invest in Human Capital? A Theoretical and Empirical Approach” on 11 February 2013 in its headquarters. The seminar was delivered by Mr. Salim Mahmoud Araji, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA.