Ayse Kaya Orloff

Ayse Kaya Orloff
  • Adjunct Associate Professor

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Past Courses

  • BEPP203 - BUS IN GLOBAL POL ENVIR

    This course examines the non-market components of business and the broader political, regulatory, and civil context in which companies function. This course addresses how businesses interact with political and regulatory institutions, as well as the general public, with a focus on the global economy. The first portion examines the realities associated with political economy and the actual making of laws and regulations by imperfect politicians and regulators. The second portion analyzes the economic rationale for legislation and regulation in the presence of market failures. The course covers specific market failures and potential solutions including government regulation.

  • BEPP289 - NATIONS, POL AND MARKETS

    This course is intended to deepen understanding of the major contemporary issues in the world economy. The focus is on the "big picture" of global economic developments and the evolution of economic thought over the last one hundred years. The topics include: financial market booms and busts; business cycles; monetary and fiscal policies; inequality; the social welfare state; technological change and economic growth; and international trade and financial arrangements. The time period covers: the Roaring Twenties; the Great Depression, the post war Golden Age (1945-1973); the stagflation of the 1970s; the Washington Consensus era of the market liberalization (1980-2007); and the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession of 2007-2010 and its aftermath. The course also explores different schools of thought. The course will chronicle and compare economic policy and performance of the United States, Europe, Japan and emerging markets (Asia, Latin America, Africa).

  • BEPP789 - NATIONS, POL AND MARKETS

    This course is intended to deepen understanding of the major contemporary issues in the world economy. The focus is on the "big picture" of global economic developments and the evolution of economic thought over the last one hundred years. The topics include: financial market booms and busts; business cycles; monetary and fiscal policies; inequality; the social welfare state; technological change and economic growth; and international trade and financial arrangements. The time period covers: the Roaring Twenties; the Great Depression, the post war Golden Age (1945-1973); the stagflation of the 1970s; the Washington Consensus era of the market liberalization (1980-2007); and the 2008 financial crisis and ensuing Great Recession; and the recent rise of populism. This course also explores different schools of thought. The course will chronicle and compare economic policy and performance of the United States, Europe, Japan and emerging markets (Asia, Latin America, Africa).

Knowledge@Wharton

How to Bridge Social Justice and the Financial Markets

Wharton’s Katherine Klein talks to Adasina founder and CEO Rachel Robasciotti about her firm’s mission to change the planet through more ethical investing.

Knowledge @ Wharton - 2020/10/23
Will Consumers Spend or Save This Holiday Season?

Retail sales will see modest growth over a holiday season marked by the uneven spending habits of consumers affected by the pandemic, according to experts.

Knowledge @ Wharton - 2020/10/20
How Data Science Can Win the Debate on Police Reform

Rooting out racial bias in law enforcement starts with better data, according to Wharton’s Dean Knox and Princeton’s Jonathan Mummolo. Their research is bringing hard science to the emotional debate on police reform.

Knowledge @ Wharton - 2020/10/20