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Yener Altunbas

Yener Altunbas

Professor of Banking, Bangor University
Yener Altunbaş is a Professor of Economics at Bangor Business School. He holds a BSc (Economics) degree from the University of Hacettepe, Ankara and a PhD from the Unversity of Wales, Bangor. He worked first as an analyst with Ziraat and then as an economist in Etibank Banking Inc. in Turkey and as a Research Officer within the Institute of European Finance in the UK. Yener Altunbaş was employed as a Research Fellow with the Business School at South Bank University, London and as a Research Associate at the Centre of Business Research in Cambridge University.

He also held a Visiting Researcher post at the European Central Bank (ECB), Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and a guest lectureship at the University of Lecce, and at the University of LUM, Jean Monnet in Bari, Italy, at the University of Yildirim Bayazit, Anakara, Turkey. Professor Altunbaş is currently a consultant for ECB, BIS and he is collaborating on research projects with other colleagues at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Bank of Italy, Bank of Spain and Central Bank of Turkey. Recently, he has been acting as a Commonwealth Scholarships Academic Adviser. Author of many articles on the structure and efficiency of banking markets, his main fields of research interest include: the study of European banks, efficiency, stock market analysis, corporate governance, electoral studies, regional economics and urban economics. Recent research has also been concerned with marine biology.

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Stock markets have been a one-way bet for many years thanks to the 'Fed put' – but those days are over

Feb 23, 2022 22:38 pm UTC| Economy Central Banks

The prospect of a Russian invasion of Ukraine have sent the markets into a tailspin, compounding fears around inflation that have been building over the past few months. The SP 500 is trading at 10% below its recent...

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Economy

Governor eyes ‘hydrogen pipeline’ for Tokyo

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McDonald’s Japan to offer Fuwatoro Tamago Noko Demi Gurakoro this winter

McDonalds Japan is adding an extra-tempting version to the croquette burger lineup, dubbed the Fuwatoro Tamago Noko Demi Gurakoro. Gurakoro is a mashup of the Japanese pronunciations of gratin and croquette, since this...

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Politics

North Korea: Kim Jong-un vows to have the most powerful nuclear force in the world

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Afghanistan: UN says Taliban's treatment of women may amount to crime against humanity

A group of experts from the United Nations said last week that the Talibans treatment of women so far, including its recent restrictions, can amount to a crime against humanity. This followed the recent policies that would...

Taiwan President steps down as head of governing party following local elections

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Science

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It was the first time scientists confirmed that nitrous oxide increases if nitrogenous fertilizers are used excessively for rice farming.

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Technology

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