Curriculum Vitae

METIN M.   COŞGEL                                  


Ph.D., Economics,   University of   Iowa, August 1989.

M.A., Economics,   University of   Iowa, May 1987.

B.A., Economics,   Boğaziçi  [Bosphorus] University, Istanbul, Turkey, July 1983.


           PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE           

Fall 1989-: Assistant,   Associate, and Full Professor, Economics Department, University of Connecticut

Spring 1996:  Visiting Scholar, Economics Department,   Harvard   University

Fall 2002:  Visiting Fellow, Center for International and   Area Studies, Yale   University

Spring 2016: Visiting Fellow, Economic Growth Center, Yale   University





2007 Ömer Lütfi Barkan Article Prize for the   best article (during 2005-07) in the field of Ottoman and Turkish studies,   awarded by the Turkish Studies Association for the article: “Efficiency and Continuity in   Public Finance: The Ottoman System of Taxation,” International Journal of Middle East   Studies, 2005, 37 (4): 567-86.

Global Prices and Incomes, 1200-1950—First Stage,   funded by the National Science Foundation, Grant Period: September   2004- August 2007.

Understanding the Middle   East,   funded by the Connecticut Humanities Council, Grant Period: May 2002- June   2003.

Understanding the Middle   East 2003,   funded by the Connecticut Humanities Council, Grant Period: March 2003- June   2004.

The Helen Potter   Award of Special Recognition, Association for Social Economics, 1997

Summer Fellow,   Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Boston University, 1991

Earhart   Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Economics, 1987-88 and 1988-89

Outstanding   Teaching Assistant Award, University of Iowa, 1987


            SELECTED SERVICE AND   OUTREACH            

Department Head, 2010-15.

Editorial Board, Social Science History, Since July, 2012.

Editorial Board, Economic History of  Developing Regions, 2010-14.

Program Committee, 2007 Economic History Association Meetings in Austin, TX.

Director of Graduate Studies, Economics Department, Fall 2003 – Spring 2006.

Director of the Minor in Middle East Studies, Fall 2001 – Spring   2004.

Organized and directed Understanding the Middle East, (June 24-28, 2002), an intensive summer   institute for elementary school teachers and library media specialists to   develop curriculum materials to   teach about the Middle East in elementary schools in Connecticut   .

Organized and directed Understanding the Middle East ,   2003  (June 23-27, 2003), a summer   institute for K-12 teachers.  Expanded   the coverage of 2002 institute to other grades and school districts.