Ismail Ertürk

Ismail Ertürk

Ismail Ertürk is Senior Lecturer in Banking and Director for Social Responsibility and Engagement at Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester. His research interests are financialised capitalism, post-crisis central bank unconventional policies, social value of finance and banking, corporate governance and cultural political economy. He has published widely in these areas. His publications are available here.

He participated in funded research programmes including European Social and Economic Models of Knowledge Economy, Centre for Research into Socio-cultural Change, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, Finance and Inequality Project sponsored by Foundation for Progressive European Studies. He has undertaken advisory work for companies and government institutions internationally and has developed and directed senior banking programmes for the leading international banks. He has held various international visiting teaching and research positions.

He has collaborated with several contemporary artists on their work on financial crisis and money. He published two books of critical essays on cinema and culture and one book of short stories in Turkish from Yapı Kredi Publications. He is regularly invited to speak at academic and professional conferences on current financial and economic topics. He also regularly comments on banking and international economics at international media.

He co-authored “After the Great Complacence: Financial Innovation and Politics of Financial Reforms” Oxford University Press 2011 and co-edited “Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform”, Routledge 2017, “Central Banking at a Crossroads” Anthem Press 2014, “Financialization at Work”, Routledge 2008.

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How to redesign central bank independence for stakeholder capitalism

25th November 2022 No Comments

Europe can succeed in Digital Finance if it acts outside the box

29th November 2020 No Comments

How to disrupt Europe’s dysfunctional banks

17th September 2020 1 Comment

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