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Mine Aysen Doyran

Office: Carman Hall, CA 378
Phone: 718-960-8386


  • Ph.D., State University of New York (SUNY), Albany
  • B.A., Bogazici University, Turkey

Professional Bio:

Mine Aysen Doyran received her PhD (2007) from the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, Department of Political Science, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany and is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and Business at Lehman College, City University of New York (CUNY), in Bronx, New York, since Fall 2011. Dr. Doyran teaches primarily business and management classes. Her research focus has been in the areas of political economy, international business and management. More specifically, her research has examined financial crises and their impact. Dr. Doyran is currently exploring the changing role of the state in economic and development policy in the aftermath of financial crisis in Latin America and the Eurozone. In the past year, her research interest has broadened to include topics relating to the business and economics of garment industry. This serves as a platform for further research, namely how particular industries (or sectors) contribute to, or detract from, industrial transformation in developing countries. Prior to joining Lehman, Dr. Doyran worked with the New York State’s DCJS, Bureau of Program and Policy Analysis as a research assisstant. She is currently a member of Latin American Studies Association (LASA), American Society of Hispanic Economists (ASHE), and Eastern Economic Association (EEA).



  • Doyran, Mine Aysen, book (refereed), Financial Crisis Management and the Pursuit of Power: American Preeminence and the Credit Crunch, Ashgate Publishing; Global Finance Series, UK, Hardback, 250 pp., 2011, ISBN: 978-1-4094-0095-0

Refereed Journal Articles (most recent):

  • Doyran, Mine A., Erdogan. E. “Contending with Liberalization: Crisis and Recovery of the Argentine Banking Sector in the Period of 1994 to 2011”, International Journal of Economics & Business Research (IJEBR) (forthcoming 2013).