Meltem is a Senior Analyst in the Policy, Research and Development team in the Economics Department. She joined the RBNZ in June 2020. Prior to joining the Bank, she worked as an economist at the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
Meltem holds a Ph.D. from the Birkbeck College, University of London.
Current research interests:
- Monetary policy
- Labour markets
- Chadwick, M. (2019) “Dependence of the “Fragile Five” and “Troubled Ten” Emerging Market Financial Systems on US Monetary Policy and Monetary Policy Uncertainty”, Research in International Business and Finance, Vol.49, 251-268.
- Chadwick, M. and Ozturk, H. (2019) “Measuring Financial Systemic Stress for Turkey: A Search for the Best Composite Indicator”, Economic Systems, Vol. 43, 151-172.
- Chadwick, M. (2018) “Effectiveness of Monetary and Macroprudential Shocks on Consumer Credit Growth and Volatility in Turkey”, Central Bank Review, Vol. 18, 69-83.
- Bastan, M. and Chadwick, M. (2017) “News Impact for Turkish Food Prices”, Central Bank Review, Vol. 17, 55-76.
- Chadwick, M. and Fazilet, F. and Tekatli N. (2015) “Understanding the Common Dynamics of the Emerging market Currencies”, Economic Modelling, Vol. 49, 120-136.
- Chadwick, M. and Sengul, G. (2015) “Nowcasting the Unemployment Rate in Turkey: Let’s Ask Google”, Central Bank Review, Vol.15, 15-40.
- Akdogan, K., Baser, S., Chadwick, M., Ertug, D., Hulagu, T., Kosem, S., Ogunc, F., Ozmen, M. and Tekatli, N. (2013) “Short-term Inflation Forecasting Models for Turkey and a Forecast Combination Analysis”, Economic Modelling, Vol. 33, 312-325.
- Akdogan, K. and Chadwick, M. (2013) “Nonlinearities in CDS-bond Basis”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade”, Vol. 49, 6-19.