Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin

Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin

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Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin graduated from Saint Michel French High School in 1987 and Istanbul University Faculty of Economics in 1991 and completed his postgraduate education at Istanbul University in 1993. He completed his doctorate studies in 1996 at the same university and received the titles of “associate professor” in 1997 and “professor” in 2002.
 
Alkin acted as IMKB Chairman Advisor between the years of 1999-2003, TIM Secretary General & Member of the Tax Council in 2000 and also served at Çukurova HoldingDoğan HoldingAnadolu Holding and Altınbaş Holding. He wrote in the finance columns of various newspapers and performed as a finance commentator for TV channels such as TV8, SKYTÜRK, A HABER, CNNTURK and TRTHABER. He currently sheds light on the heroes within us with his page on Dünya Newspaper titled “We Just Had to Share It”.
 
Alkin, who is currently a Vice Chancellor at Altınbaş University, also acted as a Member of the Board at Izmir’s sports club Göztepe Sportif A.Ş. and Secretary General at Turkish Football Federation. He has been acting as an Independent Member of the Board at Galatasaray Sportif A.Ş. since July 2017. Alkin participates in national and international studies of “Dispute Resolution” for private companies and the public. He also serves for international companies in relation to Payment Systems, Mobile Technologies and Financial Matters.
 
Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin has eight books (one in English) titled “Risk Management”, “Finansal Aracılığın Evrimi”, “Bankalarda Risk Yönetimine Giriş”, “Dünden Bugüne Gaziantep” written in cooperation with Yalın Alpay, “Her Şey Ekonomi Değil”, "Paylaşmasak Olmazdı”, “Fikret Mualla’nın Sanatı” and “Olaylarla Türkiye Ekonomisi” which was chosen the best business book of 2017. His book “Seve Seve Aldattım” which explains the evolution of human interaction throughout time has been one of the bestsellers of this year. 
Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin is a father of two and conducts conferences in Turkish, English and French.