Economics And Globalization


Under this program title, EDAM undertakes research and prepares publications related to the impact of globalisation on Turkey, policies for the better management of globalisation, regulation and competitiveness of Turkish economy in the global context. Please see below to find respective publications and related material.


EDAM Discussion Paper Series 2009/4

Quo Vadis Turkish Economy? Thinking Through the Recent Record, Policy Debates, and the Way Forward

Murat Üçer, November 2009


Winter 2009 Bulletin

Perspectives on Better Global Economic Governance by Kemal Derviş

Turkey's Nuclear Year by Sinan Ulgen

Caspian Relationship on the Brink by Borut Grgic

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A Competitiveness Index for Turkish Regions

March 2009

Although competition is becoming global, there is increasing focus on the competitiveness of regions as key level in the organization and governance of economic growth and wealth creation. It is actually the regions that are competing against one another when it comes to investment decisions. Turkey is annually listed among other countries in the global competitiveness index prepared by the World Economic Forum.


A country caught in a Hotel-California style dilemma

Sinan Ülgen, Financial Times, 28 November 2008


New Cold Wars? Civilization Discourse & Beyond

Kemal Kirisci, Paper presented at the conference on Expanding Horizons - Challenges, Solidarities, Resistances, Lisbon, 30 November 2007


Will History Repeat Itself? An Assessment of Turkish Current Account Trends and Prospects? [Report]

Murat Üçer and Cevdet Akçay TÜSIAD - Koç University Economic Research Forum, Working Papers, Istanbul, February 2006.



Globalization, Alternative modernities, and the political economy of Turkey

Fuat Keyman ve B. Koyuncu Review of International Political Economy, 12:1 February, 2005, 105-128.


The Turkish Banking Sector: Challenges and Outlook in Transition to EU Membership [Report]

Murat Üçer, A. Steinherr and A. Tükel The Turkish Banking Sector: Challenges and Outlook in Transition to EU Membership, EU - Turkey Working Papers, Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels, August 2004.


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