Ozge Akinci

Economist at Federal Reserve Bank Of New York

Ozge Akinci is an Economist in the International Research function at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Ozge’s research interests include the quantification of sources of business cycle fluctuations in open economies, boom-bust cycles in credit and asset prices, capital flows, sudden stops, and international monetary spillovers. Some of her recent work focuses on the use of dynamic general equilibrium models as tools for analyzing the consequences of financial market disruptions for the real economy, and the role of macroprudential policies. More recent research focuses on incorporating endogenous financial linkages in open economy macroeconomic models for the purpose of quantifying spillover and spillback effects of monetary policy shocks in the center country. Prior to joining the Bank, Ozge was an Economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Ozge holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University.