Dr Emre TarimLecturer in Behavioural Sciences
I am interested in understanding the nexus between individual cognition and behaviour and social and economic institutions. My ongoing work focuses on financial cognition and decision making in the context of retail and institutional financial services. Relatedly, I am embarking on a new research project on immigrants' savings and investment behaviour in the UK and rest of Europe. My primary aim is to explore the behavioural and institutional determinants of immigrants' savings and investment activities and discuss what these findings imply for scholarly and policy debate on the immigration and integration issues
Marketing your country: Categorical imperative vs Captive Marketing?
Tarim, E., Mouzas, S. 5/09/2017
The Anthropocene and the self-sabotaging innovativeness of modern finance theory and practice
Tarim, E. 23/08/2017
Retail investor logics or what constitutes good practice in emerging equity markets?: The case of Taiwan and Turkey
Tarim, E., Chen , Y. 7/07/2017
The Holy Spirit and Performativity: Institutionalization of noise trading in the Turkish market
Tarim, E., Muradoglu, G. 5/05/2017
Why Istanbul is struggling to become an international financial centre
Tarim, E. 6/01/2017 The Conversation
Quel avenir pour Istanbul en tant que centre financier international?
Tarim, E. 22/09/2016 Anatoli, p. 63-82. 20 p.
Exploring the sociological dynamics of coping with uncertainty in financial markets: can Bourdieu help?
Tarim, E. 6/09/2016
Situated cognition and narrative heuristic: evidence from retail investors and their brokers
Tarim, E. 07/2016 In: European Journal of Finance. 22, 8-9, p. 688-711. 34 p.