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Alper Cenesiz

Senior Lecturer


Staff Group(s)
Applied Economics and Policy (Research Group) Department of Economics


Alper Cenesiz is a senior lecturer in the Economics Department of Nottingham Business School and a research fellow at the Center for Economics and Finance, University of Porto.


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The Cyclicality of Job Search Effort in Matching Models (with Luís Guimarães). Oxford Economic Papers (2022)

COVID-19: What If Immunity Wanes? (with Luís Guimarães). Canadian Journal of Economics (2022)

Measuring the Size of the Informal Tourism Economy in Thailand (with Erdinç Çakmak). International Journal of Tourism Research (2020)

Sticky Price Models, Durable Goods, and Real Wage Rigidities (with Luís Guimarães). Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (2019)

Sports and (Real) Business Cycles (with Christian Pierdzioch).  Applied Economics Letters (2015)

Financial Market Integration, Costs of Adjusting Hours Worked, and Monetary Policy (with Christian Pierdzioch).  Economic Notes (2010)

Capital Mobility and Labor Market Volatility (with Christian Pierdzioch).  International Economics & Economic Policy (2010)

Efficiency Wages, Financial Market Integration, and the Fiscal Multiplier (with Christian Pierdzioch). Journal of International Money & Finance (2009)

Labor-Market Search, Financial Market Integration, and the Fiscal Multiplier (with Christian Pierdzioch). Review of International Economics (2009)

Financial Market Integration, Labor Markets, and Macroeconomic Policies (with Christian Pierdzioch). International Review of Economics & Finance (2008)