BSc, MSc, PhD, FHEA
Lecturer, International Business Economics
Department of International Business and Economics
Prior to joining the University of Greenwich Business School, Dr Mete Feridun taught various economics, finance and banking courses at Cyprus International University, Loughborough University and Eastern Mediterranean University. He has also served as a visiting researcher at the University of Baltimore, Cass Business School (City University London) and University of Missouri, St. Louis. Dr Feridun has also served as a European Commission Erasmus Mundus scholar at University of Economics, Prague.
He has served as an instructor on proper loan administration techniques; credit policy planning; credit monitoring; and asset allocation at the credit management and risk analysis training course for banking professionals, which was organised by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Economic Development and Growth for Enterprises (EDGE) project in Cyprus.
Responsibilities within the university
- Programme leader, BSc Hons Economics and BSc Hons Economics with Banking
- Course leader, Monetary Economics and Banking and Finance in a Global Context II
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Quantitative research methods
- Modelling time series data
- Financial crises
- Exchange market pressure
- Financial development
- Financial liberalisation
- Economic growth
- Economic impact of terrorism
Feridun, Mete (2013) Foreign aid fungibility and military spending: the case of North Cyprus.
and Feridun, Mete (2012) Growth effects of inflation targeting revisited: empirical evidence from emerging markets.
and Feridun, Mete (2012) Electricity consumption and economic growth empirical
evidence from Pakistan.
Feridun, Mete (2012) Liability dollarization, exchange market pressure and fear of floating: empirical evidence for Turkey.
and Shahbaz, Muhammad (2011) The impact of military spending on economic growth: the case of North Cyprus.
Pradhana, Rudra P.
and Feridun, Mete (2011) Finance-growth nexus revisited for some Asian countries.
Feridun, Mete (2011) Impact of terrorism on tourism in Turkey: empirical evidence from Turkey.
and Feridun, Mete (2011) Impact of financial development on economic growth: empirical evidence from Pakistan.
and Feridun, Mete (2011) Long-run relationship between income inequality and financial development in China.
and Feridun, Mete (2011) The impact of growth, energy and financial development on the environment in China: a cointegration analysis.
Katircioglu, Salih Turan
and Feridun, Mete (2011) Do macroeconomic fundamentals affect exchange market pressure? Evidence from bounds testing approach for Turkey.
and Ma, Ying (2010) Finance-growth nexus in China revisited: New evidence from principal components and ARDL bounds tests.
and Shabaz, Muhammad (2010) Fighting terrorism: Are military measures effective? Empirical evidence from Turkey.
and Feridun, Mete (2010) Explaining exchange rate movements: An application of the market microstructure approach on the Pakistani foreign exchange market.
Feridun, Mete (2009) Determinants of exchange market pressure in Turkey: An econometric investigation.
Feridun, Mete (2008) Currency crises in emerging markets: The case of post-liberalization Turkey.
and Sezgin, Selami (2008) Regional underdevelopment and terrorism: The case of south eastern Turkey.
Feridun, Mete (2007) Immigration, income and unemployment: an application of the bounds testing approach to cointegration.