As a leading contributor to the discipline of economic history in Turkey, Professor Pamuk is a sought after speaker with his presentations on the history of Turkish economy, economic development, money, inflation and finance from the Ottoman era to the present.
- History of Turkish Economy from the Ottoman Era to the Present: Economic Development, Industrialization, Fluctuations
- Money, Inflation and Finance from the Ottoman Era to the Present
- Global History of Money and Finance
- The Past, Present and Future of Globalization
What he offers
How he presents
With his extensive knowledge and international speaking experience, Professor Pamuk provides a realistic perspective to the past, present and future of globalization along with topics in Ottoman-Turkish economic and financial history. He presents topics in economic history in a way that can be clearly apprehended by the audience.
Şevket Pamuk is Professor of Economics and Economic History and Director of the Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History at Bogaziçi University, Istanbul. He is a leading economic historian and the author of many books and articles on Ottoman, Middle East and European economic history, most recently of Uneven Centuries: Economic History of Turkey since 1820 which is published by Princeton University Press in 2018. Pamuk was Professor and Chair in Contemporary Turkish Studies at the London School of Economics from 2008 through 2013. He was the President of European Historical Economics Society (2003-2005), the President of Asian Historical Economics Society (2012-2014), Editor of European Economic History Review (2011-2014) and a member of Academia Europea and Science Academy, Istanbul.
Presentation Languages: Turkish, English