SHORT BIOGRAPHY

 

Ziya Öniş is Professor of Relations and the former Director of the Center for Research on Globalization and Democratic Governance (GLODEM) at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey. Until recently he was the Director of the Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Koç University. He was previously a Professor of Economics and an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul. He has written extensively on various aspects of Turkish political economy. His most recent research focuses on the political economy of globalization, crises and post-crises transformations, Turkey's Europeanization and democratization experience and the analysis of new directions in Turkish foreign policy.

CURRICULUM VITAE

  June 2013

ZİYA ÖNİŞ

Current Address                                                    

Koç University

College of Administrative Sciences and Economics

Department of International Relations

Rumelifeneri Yolu, Sarıyer, istanbul, Turkey.

Office Phone: (90-212) 3381670                                         

Home: (90-212) 3243456                                                      

E-mail: zonis@ku.edu.tr                                                             

Personal Background

Date of Birth: May 12, 1957

Place of Birth: İstanbul

Nationality: Turkish

Sex: Male

Martial Status: Married with two children

Languages: English, German

 

 

Educational Background

1980-1984      Ph.D., Development Economics, University of Manchester, England
                       (Thesis Advisors: Professors Colin Kirkpatrick and Frederick Nixson)

1978-1979      MSc. Economics, London School of Economics

1975-1978      BSc. Economics, London School of Economics

 

Awards and Scholarships

 

2012               Koç University Outstanding Faculty Award for the 2011-2012 Academic year.

2012               The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)
                       Science Award in Social Sciences

2012               Elected as a Fellow of the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA).

2009               Elected as a Member of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Group,
                       TÜBİTAK.

1995               Elected as Fellow of the Economic Research Forum for the Middle East (ERF).

1991-1992      Project Grants from the Boğaziçi University Research Fund.

1988               Fulbright Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship to spend the 1989-1990
                       academic year at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA.

1988               MERC Award in Comparative Politics and International Relations to und
                  project entitled “The State, Policy Networks, and the New Strategy in
                       Turkey” (January 1, 1989-December 31, 1990), The Middle East Research
                       Committee of the Ford Foundation, Cairo, Egypt

1980-1983      British S.S.R.C. Research Studentship in Development Economics, held at the
                       University of Manchester, England

 

 

Work Experience

 

1999 (September)-                                      Professor of International Relations,
                                                                    Koç University, Istanbul

2010 -2013                                                 Director of the Center on Globalization
                                                                    and Democratic Governance (GLODEM),
                                                                    Koç University, Istanbul
                                                                   
2007-2009                                                  Associate Editor, Journal of
                                                                    International Trade and Diplomacy

2006-2009                                                  Director of the Graduate School of
                                                                    Social Sciences and Humanities
                                                                    Koç University, Istanbul

1999-2005;                                                 Coordinator of the Department of
2010-2011                                                  Internationall Relations, Koç University,

2001- 2002                                                Acting Dean, College of Administrative
                                                                      
1999                                                           Lecturer in the Training Program organized by the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank
                                                         
1997-1999                                                 Adjunct Professor, Işık University, Istanbul

1997                                                           Guest Lecturer,
                                                                   Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul

1995-1999                                                 Professor of Economics, Boğaziçi University,
                                                                   Istanbul

1995-                                                         Research Fellow, Economic Research Forum
                                                                   for Turkey, Iran and the Arab Countries

1993-1995                                                 Editor, Boğaziçi Journal, Review of Social
                                                                   Economic and Administrative Studies

1991-1998                                                  Adjunct Professor, Department of Political
                                                                    Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi
                                                                    University, Istanbul

1988-1994                                                 Associate Professor of Economics, Boğaziçi
                                                                   University, Istanbul

1991-1992                                                  Consultant to the World Bank in Conjunction
                                                                    with the Project, “The Political Economy of
                                                                    Structural Adjustment in New Democracies”,
                                                                    directed by Stephan Haggard and Steven B.Webb

 

1989-1990                                                  Visiting Fulbright Fellow, Center of International
                                                                    Studies, Princeton University

 

1988-1989                                                  Consultant to the OECD Development Centre
                                                                    in conjunction with the Project, “Associated
                                                                    Financing and Mixed Credits”

 

1987-1989                                                   Consultant to the World Bank in conjunction with
                                                                    the Project, “Macroeconomic Policies Crises, and
                                                                    Growth in the Long-Run”, directed by, Richard
                                                                    Cooper, Max Corden, and Ian Little

1984-1988                                                  Assistant Professor of Economics, Boğaziçi
                                                                    University, Istanbul

1980-1983                                                  Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics,
                                                                    University of Manchester

 

Areas of Specialization

Comparative Politics, International Political Economy, Political Economy of Globalization and Development, European Union, Politics and Political Economy of Contemporary Turkey

Courses Taught

Econ    101      Introduction to Economics I
Econ    102      Introduction to Economics II
Pols     101      Introduction to Political Science
Econ    203      Microeconomics
Econ    204      Macroeconomics
Econ    315      Economic History of Turkey
Intl      313      Introduction to Global Political Economy*
Intl      330      Institutions and Politics of the European Union*
Pols     420     International Political Economy
Pols     423      Comparative Political Economy
Econ    431      Developments in Modern Capitalism
Econ    470     Turkish Economy
Intl      410      Turkish Economy I*
Econ    481     Turkish  Economy I*
Econ    471      Economic Growth and Development I
Econ    473      Economic Growth and Development II
Econ    503      Macroeconomic Theory I
Econ    504      Macroeconomic Theory II
Econ    519      Problems of Industrialization
Econ    569      International Economic Relations
Pols     519      Global Political Economy
Pols     523      Political Economy of Development
Econ    571      Planning for Growth and Development
Econ    671      Growth and Development
MGT    651      International Political Economy and Turkey
IBUS    901      International Business
Intl      532    Political Economy of Globalization and Development*

* Courses recently offered

 

Publications

Books and Special Issues of Academic Journals

 

Co-editor (with C. Bakır and F. Şenses) Küresel Ekonomik Kriz Sonrasında Yeni Dünya Düzeni ( The Global Economic Crisis and the Emerging World Order). Istanbul: İletişim Yayınları (2013, forthcoming).

Co-editor (with Ş. Yılmaz) Turkish-American Relations in an Age of Global and Regional Turmoil: Challenges and Prospects, Special Issue of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2013).

Co-editor (with F. Şenses) Turkey and the Global Economy: Neo-liberal Restructuring and Integration in the Post-Crisis Era. London: Routledge (2009).
 
(with F. Keyman ), Turkish Politics in a Changing World: Global Dynamics and Domestic Transformations . Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University Press (2007). Reprinted (2010).

Co-editor (with B. Rubin),The Turkish Economy in Crisis. London: Frank Cass/Routledge (2003). The volume also appeared as a special issue of Turkish Studies, Vol.4, No.2 (2003).
 
State and Market. The Political Economy of Turkey in Comparative Perspective. Istanbul: Boğaziçi University Press (1998).

(with C. Karataş), Dünyada Özelleştirme ve Türkiye. (Privatization: The Global Context and the Turkish Case). Istanbul: TÜSES Yayını (1994). Reprinted as Türkiye’de Özelleştirme (Privatization in Turkey) Istanbul: Yeni Yüzyıl Kitaplığı (1994).

Editor, Special Issue on Privatization and Public Enterprise Reform, Boğaziçi Journal (1993).

(with J.Riedel), Economic Crises and Long-Term Growth in Turkey. Washington D.C.: World Bank Research Publication (1993).

(with I.Sunar), Sanayileşmede Yönetim ve Toplumsal Uzlaşma. (Industrialization, Policy Networks and Social Compromise). Istanbul: TÜSIAD Yayını (1992).

(with S.Özmucur), Capital Flows and the External Financing of Turkey’s Imports. OECD Development Centre, Paris (1991).

( with S. Özmucur)  Enflasyon Sorunu ve Türkiye'deEnflasyonu Önleme Politikaları (Inflation in Turkey and Anti-Inflationary Strategies ). Istanbul: TÜSES Yayını (1989)

Türkiye’de Dış Ticaret Politikaları ve Dış Borç Sorunu (Trade Policies and Turkey’s External Debt Problem). Istanbul: Istanbul Ticaret Odası Yayını (1989).

(with S.Özmucur), Türkiye’de Enflasyon (Inflation in Turkey). Istanbul: Istanbul Ticaret Odası Yayını (1987).

 

Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

 

(with M.Kutlay) “Rising Powers in a Changing Global Order: The Political Economy of Turkey in the Age of BRICs”. ( Submitted for Publication).

*(with S. E. Aytaç) “Varieties of Neo-populism in a Changing Global Order: Divergent Paths of  Erdoğan and Kirchnerismo”. Comparative Politics ( forthcoming).

 

(with Ş. Yılmaz) “Turkey-US Relations in an Age of Global and Regional Turmoil: Challenges and Prospects-Editorial Introduction”. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 15, No.2 (2013).

“Sharing Power: Turkey’s Democratization Challenge in the Age of the AKP Hegemony”. Insight Turkey. Vol. 15, No. 2 (2013).

“Turkey and the Arab Spring: Between Ethics and Self-Interest”. Insight Turkey.  Vol .14, No.3  (2012).

(with M. Kutlay) “ Küresel Kriz ve Hakim Paradigmanın Yeniden Üretimi: Fikirler-Çıkarlar-Kurumlar Ekseninde bir Inceleme”. Toplum ve Bilim, No. 124 (2012).

*(with M. Kutlay) “ Ekonomik Bütünleşme/ Siyasal Parçalanmışlık Paradoksu: Avro  Krizi ve Avrupa Birliği’nin Geleceği”. Uluslararası İlişkiler Dergisi. Vol. 9, No. 33 (2012).

*“The Triumph of Conservative Globalism: The Political Economy of the AKP Era”. Turkish Studies . Vol. 13, No. 2 (2012).

(with M. Kutlay) “Beyond the Global Economic Crisis: Structural Continuities as Impediments to a Sustainable Recovery”. All Azimuth: Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace , Vol. 1, No. 1 (2012).

*“Power, Interests and Coalitions: The Political Economy of Mass Privatization in Turkey”. Third World Quarterly , Vol. 32, No.4 (2011).

*(with A. B. Güven) “The Global Financial Crisis and the Future of Neo-liberal Globalization: Rupture versus Continuity”. Global Governance , Vol. 17, No. 4 (2011). Turkish Version: “Küresel Ekonomik Kriz ve Neoliberal Küreselleşmenin Geleceği”. Görüş , No.65 (2010).

*(with A. B. Güven) “Global Crisis, National Responses: The Political Economy of Turkish Exceptionalism”. New Political Economy, Vol. 16, No.5 (2011).

“Multiple Faces of the ‘New’ Turkish Foreign Policy: Underlying Dynamics and a Critique”. Insight Turkey , Vol. 13, No. 1 (2011).

“Crises and Transformations in Turkish Political Economy”. Turkish Policy Quarterly, Vol. 9, No.3 (2010).

“Contesting for Turkey’s Political ‘Center’: Domestic Politics, Identity Conflicts and the Controversy over EU Membership”. Istanbul Bilgi University European Institute Working Paper, No.2 (2010) and Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Vol. 18, No. 3 ( 2010).

*(with I.  Grigoriadis) “Europe and the Impasse of Center-Left Politics in Turkey: Lessons from the Greek Experience”. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies,  Vol. 11, No.1 (2010).

*(with R. Bayer) “Turkish Big Business in the Age of Democratic Consolidation: The Nature and Limits of its Influence”. South European Society and Politics, Vol. 15, No.2 (2010).

*(with C. Bakır) “The Regulatory State and Turkish Banking Reforms in the Age of Post-Washington Consensus”. Development and Change , Vol. 41, No.1 (2010).

*“Beyond the 2001 Financial Crisis: The Political Economy of the New Phase of Neo-liberal Restructuring in Turkey”. Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 16, No.3 (2009).

(with I. E. Bayram) “AKP Dönemi Türkiye Ekonomisine Karşılaştırmalı bir Bakış”. In Taner Berksoy, ed., Aydınlanma ve Ekonomi. Istanbul: Osmanlı Bankası Arşiv ve Araştırma Dairesi Yayını (2009).

“The New Wave of Foreign Policy Activism in Turkey: Drifting away from Europeanization?” Danish Institute for International Studies Policy Paper (2009).

*“Conservative Globalism at the Crossroads: The Justice and Development Party and the Thorny Path to Democratization in Turkey” Mediterranean Politics , Vol. 14, No. 1 (2009).

*(with Ş. Yılmaz) “Between Europeanization and Euro-asianism: Foreign Policy Activism in Turkey during the AKP Era”. Turkish Studies, Vol. 10, No.1 (2009).

 (with K. Mutlu) “Ulusal, Bölgesel ve Küresel Dengelerin Kıskacında bir Ülke: AB Yolunda
Türkiye ve Doha Kalkınma Müzakeleri”. In Sait Akman and Şahin Yaman, eds.,Dünya Ticaret Örgütü: Doha Kalkınma Müzakereleri ve Türkiye. Ankara: TEPAV (2008).

*(with I. E. Bayram) “Temporary Star or Emerging Tiger? The Recent Economic Performance of Turkey in a Global Setting”. New Perspectives on Turkey, No. 39 (2008). Reprinted in Tamer Çetin and Feridun Yılmaz, eds., Understanding the Process of Economic Change in Turkey: An Institutional Approach. New York: Nova Science Publishers (2010).

“Turkey-EU Relations: Beyond the Current Stalemate”. Insight Turkey, Vol. 10, No. 4 (2008). A shorter version: “Recent Foreign Policy Attitudes in Turkey: How to Reverse the Gradual Shift away from Europeanization ?” DIIS Brief available at http://www.diis.dk/sw452.asp (2008).

“Rediscovering the State: Thinking Critically about Development in the Age of Neo-liberal Globalization”. In Serap Yazıcı et al, eds.,Essays in Honor of Ergun Özbudun, Vol 1. Political Science. Ankara: Yetkin Yayinevi (2008).

*(with Ş. Yılmaz) “Greek-Turkish Rapprochement: Rhetoric or Reality?” Political Science Quarterly , Vol. 123, No. 1 (2008).

(with F. Şenses) “Global Dynamics, Domestic Coalitions and a Reactive State: Major Policy Shifts in Post-War Turkish Economic Development”. METU Studies in Development, Vol. 34, No.2 (2007). Turkish Version: “Küresel Dinamikler, Ülkeiçi Koalisyonlar ve Reaktif Devlet: Türkiye’nin Savaş Sonrası Kalkınmasında Önemli Politika Dönüşümleri” In Fikret Şenses, ed., Neoliberal Küreselleşme ve Kalkınma: Seçme Yazılar. Istanbul: İletişim (2009).

 “Conservative Globalists versus Defensive Nationalists: Political Parties and Paradoxes of Europeanization in Turkey”. Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans , Vol. 9, No.3 (2007). Reprinted in Susannah Verney and Kostas Ifantis, eds., Turkey on the Road to European Union Membership: National Identity and Political Change.  London and New York: Routledge (2008). Short Version: “Conservative Globalism versus Defensive Nationalism”. The Bridge, No.7 (2007).

*(with C. Bakır) “ Turkey’s Political Economy in the Age of Financial Globalization: The Significance of the EU Anchor”. South European Society and Politics, Vol.12, No.2  (2007).

(with F.Keyman) “Globalization and Social Democracy in the European Periphery: Paradoxes of the Turkish Experience”. Globalizations, Vol. 4, No.2 (2007).

(with K. Mutlu)“ WTO at the End of its First Decade: The Political Economy of Asymmetric Interdependence”. Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy , Vol. 1, No.1 (2007).

“Turkey’s Encounters with the New Europe: Multiple Transformations, Inherent Dilemmas and the Challenges Ahead”. Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Vol.8, No.3 (2006).

“Globalization and Party Transformation: Turkey’s Justice and Development Party in Perspective”. In Peter Burnell, ed., Globalizing Democracy: Party Politics in Emerging Democracies. London: Routledge ,Warwick Studies on Globalization (2006).

“The Political Economy of Islam and Democracy in Turkey: From the Welfare Party to the AKP”. In Dietrich Jung, ed., Democracy and Development: New Political Strategies for the Middle East.  New York: Palgrave (2006). Turkish Version: “İslam’ın Ekonomi Politiği ve Türkiye’de Demokrasi: Refah Partisi’nden AKP’ye”. Avrasya Dosyası, Vol. 12, No.2 (2006).

“The Political Economy of Turkey’s Justice and Development Party”. In Hakan Yavuz, ed., The Emergence of a New Turkey: Islam, Democracy and the AK Party. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press (2006). Turkish Version: “ Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi’nin Ekonomi Politiği”. In Hakan Yavuz, ed., AK Parti. Toplumsal Değişimin Yeni Aktörü. Istanbul: Kitap Yayınevi (2010). German Version: “ Die Politische Ökonomi der ‘ Partei für Gerechtigkeit und Entwicklung’ in den Frühen Reformjahren (2002-2005)”. In E. Fuat Keyman and Nurhan Yentürk, eds., Debatten zur Globalizierten Türkei: Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft. Berlin: J&D Dagyeli Verlag (2010).

*“Varieties and Crises of Neo-liberal Globalization: Argentina, Turkey and the IMF”.
Third World Quarterly , Vol.27, No.2 (2006).

*(with Ş. Yılmaz) “Turkey-EU-US Triangle in Perspective: Transformation or Continuity?”
The Middle East Journal  , Vol. 59, No.2 (2005).

*(with F.Şenses) “Rethinking the Emerging Post-Washington Consensus”. Development and Change, Vol. 36, No.2 (2005). Turkish Version: “Gelişen ‘Post-Washington Mutabakatı’nı Tekrar Düşünmek”. In Fikret Şenses, ed., Neoliberal Küreselleşme ve Kalkınma: Seçme Yazılar. Istanbul: İletişim (2009).

"Entrepreneurs, Citizenship and the European Union: The Changing Nature of State-Business Relations in Turkey”. In Ahmet Içduygu and Fuat Keyman, eds., Challenges to Citizenship in a Globalizing World: European Questions and Turkish Experiences. London: Routledge  (2005). Turkish Version: “Girişimciler, Vatandaşlık ve Avrupa Birliği: Türkiye’de Devlet ve İş Dünyası Arasındaki İlişkilerin Değişen Doğası”.  In E. Fuat Keyman and A. İçduygu, eds., Küreselleşme, Avrupalılaşma ve Türkiye’de Vatandaşlık  Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları (2009).

“Turkish Modernization and Challenges for the New Europe”. Perceptions. Journal of International Affairs.  Vol. 9, No.3 (2004). A shorter version: “Turkish Transformation and the Future of the New Europe”. MedObs Paper No:4, available at www.medobs.net (2005).

 “Argentina, the IMF and the Limits of Neo-Liberal Globalization. A Comparative Perspective” The Review of International Affairs , Vol.3, No. 3 ( 2004).

*“Turgut Özal and His Economic Legacy: Turkish Neo-liberalism in Critical Perspective”
Middle Eastern Studies. Vol.40, No.4 (2004).

*“Diverse but Converging Paths to European Union Membership:  Poland and Turkey in Comparative Perspective”. East European Politics and Societies . Vol. 18, No.3 (2004).

(with E. Alper) “The Turkish Banking System, Financial Crises and the IMF in the Age of Capital Account Liberalization: A Political Economy Perspective”. New Perspectives on Turkey. No.30  (2004). Revised Version of "Soft Budget Constraints, Government Ownership of Banks and Regulatory Failure: The Political Economy of the Turkish Banking System in the Post-Capital Account Liberalization Era ". Boğaziçi University, Department of Economics Working Paper, No: 02/02 (2002).
 
(with F. Keyman) “Helsinki, Copenhagen and Beyond: Challenges to the New Europe and the Turkish State”. In Mehmet Uğur and Nergis Canefe, eds., Turkey and European Integration: Prospects and Issues in the Post-Helsinki Era. London: Routledge (2004).

 “Turkey and the Middle East after September 11: The Significance of the EU Dimension”. Turkish Policy Quarterly, Vol.2, No.4 (2003). A somewhat different version of the paper appeared in David Lesch, ed., History in Dispute: Middle East After 1945 (2003).

* (with F. Keyman) “Turkey at the Polls: A new Path is Emerging”. Journal of Democracy . Vol. 14, No. 2 (2003). Reprinted in Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner and Daniel Brumberg, eds., Islam and Democracy in the Middle East. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press ( 2003).

“The Role of the European Union in Greek-Turkish Relations: Perpetuator of Conflict or Contributor to Peace? “. In Christos Kollias and Gülay Günlük-Şenesen, eds., Greece and Turkey in the 21st Century: Conflict or Cooperation? New York: Nova Science Publishers (2003).

“The Post-War Development Performance of the Turkish Economy: A Political Economy Perspective”. In Christos Kollias and Gülay Günlük-Şenesen, eds., Greece and Turkey in the 21st Century: Conflict or Cooperation? New York: Nova Science Publishers (2003).

 “Domestic Politics Versus Global Dynamics: Towards a Political Economy of the 2000 and
2001 Financial Crises in Turkey”. Turkish Studies, Vol.4, No.2 (2003). Reprinted in Ziya Öniş and Barry Rubin,eds., Turkey’s Economy in Crisis. London: Frank Cass (2003).

“ Neoliberal Küreselleşmenin Sınırları: Türkiye Açısından Arjantin Krizine ve IMF’e Karşılaştırmalı bir Bakış”. In Ahmet Köse, Fikret Şenses ve Erinç Yeldan, eds., İktisat Üzerine Yazılar II. İktisadi Kalkınma, Kriz ve İstikrar. İstanbul: İletişim Yayınları (2003).

* (with E. Alper) “Emerging Market Crises and the IMF: Rethinking the Role of the IMF in the Light of Turkey’s 2000-2001 Financial Crises”. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Vol 24, No.2 (2003).

 “Helsinki ve Kopenhag Sonrası Türkiye-AB İlişkileri”. Günce,  Sayı 25 ( Mart 2003 )

* (with E. Alper ) "Financial Globalization, the Democratic Deficit and Recurrent Crises in Emerging Markets: The Turkish Experience in the Aftermath of Capital Account Liberalization". Emerging Markets Finance and Trade. Vol. 39. No.3 (2003).Turkish Version: “Finansal Küreselleşme, Demokrasi Açığı ve Yükselen Piyasalarda Sürekli Yaşanan Krizler: Sermaye Hareketlerinin Liberalleşmesinden Sonra Türkiye Deneyimi” in Doğu-Batı Dergisi, Vol.4. No.17 (2001).

“Domestic Politics, International Norms and Challenges to the State: Turkey-EU Relations in the Post-Helsinki Era”. Turkish Studies, Vol. 4, No.1 (2003). Also published as a chapter in Ali Çarkoğlu and Barry Rubin, eds., Turkey and the European Union, London: Frank Cass Publishers (2003).

“Globalization, Democratization and the Far Right: Turkey's Nationalist Action Party in Critical Perspective". Democratization .Vol.10, No.1(Spring 2003).

"States, Markets and the Limits of Equitable Growth: The Middle Eastern NICs in Comparative Perspective". In Atul Kohli, Chung-in-Moon and George Sorensen, eds., States, Markets and Just Growth: Development in the 21st Century. New York and Tokyo: United Nations University Press (2003).

* (with U. Türem ) “Entrepreneurs, Democracy and Citizenship in Turkey”. Comparative Politics.Vol. 34, No.4 ( July 2002). Also published as European University Institute Working Paper, RSC No. 2001/48 (2001).

(with M.Erdoğdu) "11 Eylül ve Dengeli Küreselleşme" Foreign Policy (Turkish Edition), Vol.19 (January-February 2002).

“Political Islam at the Crossroads: From Hegemony to Co-existence”. Contemporary Politics,
Vol.7, No.4 (2001).

(with U. Türem) "Business, Globalization and Democracy: A Comparative Analysis of Turkish Business Associations". Turkish Studies, Vol.2, No.2 (2001).

“Greek-Turkish Relations and the European Union: A Critical Perspective”. Mediterranean Politics, Vol.6, No.3 (2001).

“Turkey and the Post-Soviet States: The Potential and Limits of Regional Power Influence in the New International Order".  Middle East Review of International Affairs,Vol.5, No.2 (2001).

(with M. Ercan ) "Turkish Privatization: Institutions and Dilemmas ". Turkish Studies , Vol.2, No.1 (Spring 2001).

An Awkward Partnership: Turkey’s Relations with the European Union in Comparative-Historical Perspective”. Journal of European Integration History, Vol.7, No.1 (Spring 2001).

Relations”. Government and Opposition, Vol. 35, No.4 (Autumn 2000).

“Neo-liberal Globalization and the Democracy Paradox: Interpreting the Turkish General Elections of 1999 “. Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 54, No.2 (Fall 2000)

The Turkish Economy at the Turn of a New Century: Critical and Comparative
Perspectives “. In M. Abramowitz, ed., Turkey’s Transformation and American Policy. Washington D.C.: The Century Foundation Press ( 2000 ). Turkish Version in Türkiye’nin Dönüşümü ve Amerika Politikası. Istanbul: Liberte Yayınları ( 2001).

* (with A. F. Aysan), “Neo-liberal Globalization, the Nation State and Financial Crises in the Semi-Periphery: A Comparative Analysis”. Third World Quarterly , Vol 21, No.1(January 2000). Reprinted in R.Tandon, ed., International Monetary Interdependence . Vol.25
of the New World Order Series in Honor of Sir Hans Singer). New Delhi: B.R. Publishing Corporation

“Turkey, Europe and Paradoxes of Identity: Perspectives on the International Context of Democratization”. Mediterranean Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 3 (1999).

*“The Political Economy of Islamic Resurgence in Turkey: The Rise of the Welfare Party in Perspective”. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 18, No.4 (1997).

“Democracy, Populism and Chronic Inflation in Turkey: The Post-Liberalization Experience”. Yapı Kredi Economic Review, Vol.8, No.1 (1997).

“Globalization and Financial Blow-ups in the Semi-Periphery: Perspectives on Turkey’s Financial Crisis of 1994”. New Perspectives on Turkey, No. 15 (1996).

“The State and Economic Development in Contemporary Turkey. Etatism to Neoliberalism and Beyond”. In Vojtech Mastny and Craig Nation, eds., Turkey and Europe. New Challenges for a Rising Regional Power, Boulder Colorado: Westview Press (1996).

“The International Context, Income Distribution and State Power in Late Industrialization: Turkey and South Korea in Comparative Perspective”. New Perspectives on Turkey, No.13 (1995).

“The Political Economy of Export-Oriented Industrialization in Turkey”. Cevat Karataş et.al., eds., Turkey: Political, Social and Economic Challenges during the 1990s. Leiden: Brill, (1995).

*“The Limits of Neoliberalism: Towards a Reformulation of Development Theory”. Journal of Economic Issues. Vol. 25, No. 1 (March 1995). Spanish Translation: “Los Limites del Neoliberalismo. Hacia una Reformulacion de la Teoria del Dessarrollo”. Este Pais (Diciembre 1995).

* “Turkey in the Post-Cold War Era: In Search of Identity”, Middle East Journal, Vol. 49, No. 1 (Winter 1995).

“Globalization and the Nation State: The Possibilities and Limits of State Intervention in Late Industrialization”. Istanbul Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, Cilt 1, No. 3 (November 1994).

(with Steven B.Webb), “Turkey: Democratization and Adjustment from Above”. In Stephen Haggard and Steve B.Webb, eds., Voting for Reform: The Politics of Structural Adjustment in New Democracies, New York: Oxford University Press (1994). Also Published as World Bank PREA Working Paper. No: 1056 (December 1992).

“Liberalization, Transnational Corporations and Foreign Direct Investment in Turkey: The Experience of the 1980s”. In Fikret Şenses, ed., The Recent Industrialization Experience of Turkey in a Global Context, New York: Greenwood Press (1994).

“The Dynamics of Export-Oriented Growth in a Second Generation NIC: Perspectives on the Turkish Case, 1980-1990”. New Perspectives on Turkey, No. 9 (1993).

(with Ilkay Sunar) “Populizm Sonrası Devlete Doğru”. Görüş, No. 9 (1993).

“The East Asian Model of Development and Turkish Case: A Comparative Analysis”. METU Studies in Development, Vol. 19, No. 4 (1992).

*“Redemocratization and Economic Liberalization in Turkey: The Limits of State Autonomy”. Studies in Comparative International Development, Vol. 27, No.2 (1992).

“Organization of Export-Oriented Industrialization: The Turkish Foreign Trade Companies in Comparative Perspective”. In Mehmet Odekon and Tevfik Nas, eds, The Economics and Politics of Turkish Liberalization, Bettlehem: Lehigh University Press (1992).

*“The Logic of the Developmental State”. Comparative Politics, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1991). Translated into Korean.

*“Privatization and the Logic of Coalition Building: A Comparative Analysis of State Divestiture in Turkey and the U.K.” Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 24, No. 2 (1991).

“The Political Economy of Turkey in the 1980s: The Anatomy of Unorthodox Liberalism”. In Metin Heper, ed, The Strong State and Economic Interest Groups. The Post-1980 Turkish Experience, New York and London: Walter de Gruyter (1991).

*“The Evolution of Privatization in Turkey: The Institutional Context of Public Enterprise Reform”, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2 (1991).  Also reprinted in Timothy Niblock and Rodney J.A.Wilson, eds., The Political Economy of the Middle East, Aldershot: Edward Elgar Press (1999).

(with C.Kirkpatrick), “Turkey” . In Paul Mosley, Jane Herrigan and John Toye, eds. Aid and Power: The World Bank and Policy Based Lending. Vol. 2, London: Routledge (1991).

* (with S.Özmucur), “Exchange Rates, Inflation and Money Supply in Turkey: Testing the Vicious Circle Hypothesis”, Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 32, No. 1 (1990).

“Vision and Contrast in Comparative Political Economy: A Review Article”. Journal of Economics and Administrative Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1988).

“Reflections on the External Debt Problem of Developing Countries and IMF Conditionality”, Journal of Economics and Administrative Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1988).

“Esnek Kur Sistemi ve Enflasyon”, Dış Ticarette Durum, (1988).

“Persistent Inflation in Semi-Industrialized Economies: A Conceptual Framework for Analysis”, Manchester Papers on Development, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1987).

“Markets and Planning in Development Theory: An Interpretation and an Assessment”, METU Studies in Development, Vol. 14, No. 1 (1987).

“Inflation and Import-Substituting Industrialization: An Interpretation of the Turkish Case”, Journal of Economics and Administrative Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1987).

“Theoretical Foundations of Financial Liberalization: A Critique of the McKinnon-Shaw Hypothesis”,Yapı Kredi Economic Review, Vol. 1, No. 4 (1987).

“Stabilization and Growth in a Semi-Industrialized Economy: An Evaluation of the Recent Turkish Experiment 1977-1984”, METU Studies in Development, Special Issue, Vol. 12, No. 1-2 (1986).

* (with C.Kirkpatrick), “Industrialization as a Structural Determinant of Inflation Performance in IMF Stabilization Programmes in Less Developed Countries”, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 21, No. 3 (1985).

“Inflation and Economic Growth: An Assessment of the Forced Saving Thesis”, METU Studies in Development, Vol. 11, No. 1 (1984).
 
“Review of Ian Little’s Economic Development: Theory Policy and International Relations”, METU Studies in Development, Vol. 10, No. 3 (1983).

(with C.Kirkpatrick), “Industrialisation and Inflation in Less Developed Countries”, Institute of Development Studies Research Digest, (1983).

 

*Journals included in the Social Science Citation Index

 
Conference and Seminar Participation

 

“Conservative Globalism at the Crossroads: The Political Economy of the AKP Era”. Lecture to Students from the Michigan State University, Koç University, Istanbul ( June 2013).

“Rising Powers in a Changing Global order: Perspectives on the Political Economy of Turkey in the Age of the BRICs”. Keynote Panel, METU Conference on International Relations, Middle East Technical University, Ankara ( June 2013).
 
“The New Turkish Foreign Policy and the Arab Revolutions: The Potential and Limits of Soft Power Influence with Syria as a Test Case”. Lecture to Virginia Tech Students, Koç University, Istanbul ( June 2013).

“The New Turkish Foreign Policy in the Age of the Arab Revolutions: Between Ethics and Self-Interest”. SEESOX Seminar,  Centre for European Studies at St. Antony’s College Oxford, Oxford University, Oxford, England ( May 2013).

“Conservative Globalism at the Crossroads: Turkey’s Economic and Democratization Challenges during the AKP Era”. SEESOX Seminar, Centre for European Studies at St. Antony’s College Oxford, Oxford University, Oxford, England ( May 2013).

Panelist in the Session on Whither the Liberal Order Globally. Conference on the Future of the Liberal Order, Istanbul Policy Center, Transatlantic Academy and the Columbia Global Center in Istanbul, Taksim, Istanbul ( May 2013).

Panelist in the Session on the Future of the European union: A Banking and Fiscal Union, Conference on Global Turkey in Europe, Sabancı University, Istanbul Policy Center, Istanbul ( May 2013).

Commentator in the Session on OIC as a Global Actor. International Conference on Taking Stock of the Post-2005 Reform Process at the OIC, Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul (April 2013).

“Political Economy Studies in Turkey in Retrospect”. Panel on Developmental Modernism: Political Economy in Turkey, organized by Bilim ve Sanat Vakfı, Istanbul ( April 2013) ( in Turkish).

“The Potential and Limits of Turkey’s Benign Regional Power Role in the Middle East”. Fordam Seminar for EMBA Students on Doing Business in Turkey, Marmara Pera Hotel, Istanbul ( April 2013).

“The Political Economy of Turkey during the AKP Era”.  Turkey in the Modern World Seminar, Center for Middle East Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, USA (April 2013).

“Rising Powers in a Changing Global Order: The Political Economy of Turkey in the Age of BRICs”. Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA., USA (April 2013).

Session Chair, Towards a New Multipolar World? Asian Politics and Western Perceptions. Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, San Francisco CA., USA ( April 2013).

Discussant, Session on Navigating the Turmoil: Explaining the Change in Identity, Foreign Policy and Domestic Regimes, Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, San Francisco CA., USA ( April 2013).

“Turkey and the Arab Spring: The Potential and Limits of Turkey’s Role as a Benign Regional Power”. Symposium on Turkey as an Emerging Regional Power: Dream or Reality? at Tilburg University, Tilburg, the Netherlands ( March 2013).

“New Patterns of Globalization and Global Governance in the Aftermath of the Global Economic Crisis”. Erasmus Lecture to Students at Tilburg University, Tilburg, the Netherlands (March 2013).

“The Political Economy of Turkey-EU Relations in the Light of the Debates about the Future of the European Union”. Erasmus Lecture to Students at Tilburg University, Tilburg, the Netherlands (March 2013).

Convener of the GLODEM Workshop on the Global Financial Crisis and the Emerging Global Order, Koç University, Istanbul (January 2013) ( in Turkish).

“The ‘New’ Turkish Foreign Policy and the Arab Spring”. Invited Lecture, Global Network for Advanced Management Meeting, Koç University, Istanbul ( November 2012).

“Turkey and the Arab Spring: Between Ethics and Self-Interest”. Invited Lecture at the Stanford University, Division of International Comparative and Area Studies, Stanford, California, USA (November 2012).

“The Triumph of Conservative Globalism: The Political Economy of the AKP Era”. Invited Koç-Stanford Annual Lecture, Stanford University, Division of International Comparative and Area Studies, Stanford, California, USA (November 2012).

“Turkey and the Arab World Today”. College of Europe Conference for Graduate Students on Beating its Own Path? Turkey as an Independent Regional Power, Kadir Has University, Istanbul (November 2012).

“The Triumph of Conservative Globalism” and “Turkey and the Arab Spring”. Two Lectures given in the Ninth Michigan State University-Koç University Joint Summer School Program, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2012).

Commentator on Vivian Schmidt, “Theorizing the State and Change in Varieties of Capitalism: Comparing Advanced European Countries with the Emerging BRICs”, Istanbul Workshop on Varieties of Capitalism in Emerging Countries, Istanbul Policy Center, Sabanci University, Istanbul (June 2012).

“Turkey-EU Relations in the Age of the Arab Revolutions”. International Conference, Turkey and the European Union: A Reassessment, University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy (June 2012).

Organizer of the GLODEM Symposium on “the Turkish Economy: Perspectives for the Future”. Koç University, Istanbul (May 2011) (in Turkish).

“The Euro Crisis and the Future of the European Union”. College of Administrative Sciences and Economics UNIV 101 Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul (May 2012) (in Turkish).
 
Opening Keynote Speaker, “The Global Economic Crisis and Beyond: The Future of Neo-liberal Globalization and Liberal Democracy”. The Second Turgut Özal Conference on Economics and Politics, Inönü University, Malatya (April 2012) (in Turkish).

Session Chair of the Panel on Changing Global Order and Democratization, The Second Turgut Özal Conference on Economics and Politics , Inönü University, Malatya (April 2012).

Session Chair of the Panel on Turkey, US and the Changing Dynamics of the Western Alliance, GLODEM Conference on Turkish-American Alliance in a Volatile Region: Challenges and Opportunities, Koç University, Istanbul  (March 2012).

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Conference on Turkish-American Alliance in a Volatile Region: Challenges and Opportunities, Koç University, Istanbul (March 2012).

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Global Political Economy Panel on “Sovereign Debt Crisis in Europe and its Global Implications”, Koç University, Istanbul (December 2011).

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Panel on “The New Turkish Foreign Policy in Turbulent Times”, Koç University, Istanbul (December 2011).

“Observations on the Arab Spring and Turkey-EU Co-operation”, Symposium on “Working Together for Democracy in the Arab World”, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and USAK Joint Symposium, USAK, Ankara (October 2011).

“The New Turkish Foreign Policy, Relations with the European Union and the Arab Spring”, Invited Keynote Speaker, Bergen Borders of Europe Research Group International Symposium on Europe and its Interior Other(s), Swedish Research Institute, Istanbul (October 2011).

“Observations on the ‘New’ Turkish Foreign Policy and the Future of Turkey-EU Relations”. DEIK and Middle East Institute Joint Workshop on Turkey 2000-2010: A Decade of Transition, TOBB Plaza, Istanbul (October 2011).

“The New Turkish Foreign Policy and the Arab Spring”. European Union Institute for Strategic Studies and Centre for European Studies Conference on the EU and Turkey in their Neighborhood(s): Activism, Power and Integration, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (September 2011).

Session Chair, International Co-operation for Growth, Koç University-Kyoto University International Symposium on Sustainable and Innovative Development, Koç University, Istanbul (September 2011).

“Beyond the Global Financial Crisis: Structural Continuities as Impediments to a Sustainable Recovery”. Koç University-Kyoto University International Symposium on Sustainable and Innovative Development, Koç University, Istanbul (September, 2011).

“Turkey-EU Relations in the Light of Broader Debates on the Future of Europe”. Lectures to potential Koç University students as part of the Koç24 Program, Koç University, Istanbul (August 2011) (in Turkish).

“Crises and Transformations in Turkish Political Economy”. Lecture to Florida State University Students, Koç University, Istanbul (August 2011).

“Reflections on Turkish Political Economy and the ‘New’ Turkish Foreign Policy”. Talk given to the Delegation from the Ohio State University, Koç University, Istanbul (July 2011).

“Global Crisis and National Responses: The Political Economy of Turkish Exceptionalism”. Opening Lecture, GLODEM Young Academics Workshop on the Global Economic Crisis: Implications for Regional and Global Crisis, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2011).

Co-organizer, GLODEM Young Academics Workshop on The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for Global and Regional Governance, Koç University, Istanbul ( June 2011).

“The Economic Performance and the New Foreign Policy Orientation of Turkey during the AKP Era”. Lecture given to visiting academics from the United States, Council of International Educational Exchange (CIEE) Seminar Program on Contemporary Turkey, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2011).

“Developments in Turkish Economy and Foreign Policy during the AKP Era”. Lecture given to Beijing International MBA at Peking University (BIMBA) Alumni, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2011).

“Turkish Economy during the Era of the Global Financial Crisis” and “New Directions in Turkish Foreign Policy and the Future of Turkey-EU Relations”.  Lectures given as part of the Eight MSU-Koç University Joint Summer Program, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2011).

(with Ş. Yılmaz ) “Foreign Policy Activism during the AKP Era: Challenges of Europeanization and Euro-asianism”.  The Annual Convention of the Central and East European International Studies Association, Kadir Has University, Istanbul (June 2011).

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Symposium on the Global Financial Crisis and the European Periphery, Koç University, Istanbul (January 2011)

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Symposium on New Directions in Turkish Foreign Policy, Koç University, Istanbul (November 2010).

“Multiple Faces of the ‘New’ Turkish Foreign Policy: Underlying Dynamics and a Critique”. GLODEM Symposium on New Directions in Turkish Foreign Policy, Koç University, Istanbul (November 2010).

Co-organizer of the GLODEM Panel, “Referandum Sonrası Türkiye’de Demokratikleşme Perspektifleri” (Perspectives on Democratization in Turkey in the Post-Referendum Era), Koç University, Anatolian Civilizations Institute, Istanbul (October 2010).

“Turkish Political Economy: Crises and Transformations”. Lecture organized under the Auspices of the International Strategic Research Organization (USAK) The Istanbul-Ankara Exchange Program, The Madison Hotel, Taksim, Istanbul ( July 2010).

“New Directions in Turkish Foreign Policy: Underlying Dynamics and a Critique”. Lecture given to Princeton University students, Koç University Anatolian Civilizations Institute, Istanbul (July 2010).

“Global Political Economy”.Global Politics Summer School, Economic Uncertanties and Political Solutions? Organized by Koç University and the Free University of Berlin, Koç University, Istanbul (July 2010).

“Turkey and the Global Financial Crisis”. Lecture given to Michigan State University students, Koç University, Istanbul ( June 2010).

“The Global Financial Crisis, National Responses: The Political Economy of Turkish Exceptionalism”.  Lecture given to Stanford University students, Koç University, Istanbul (March 2010).

“Cycles in Turkey’s Push for EU Membership: A Structure-Agency Perspective”. Conference on Spain and Turkey in Comparison in their Way to Democratic Reform and Accession to EC/EU.  Autonomous University of Madrid, Centre for the Study of Politics and Constitutions, Madrid, Spain (December 2009).

“The Global Financial Crisis and the Future of Neo-liberal Globalization”. Center for the Study of Global Relations (KIM) Seminar, Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul (December 2009) ( in Turkish).

Invited Turkish Politics Lecture: “Broad Contours of Turkish Political Economy”, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul ( December 2009) ( in Turkish).

“Conservative Globalism and the Challenge of Democratic Consolidation in Turkey”. The Aqqad House Media and Journalist Conference on Turkey and the Middle East, The Danish Institute in Damascus, Damascus, Syria (November 2009).

“The Implications of the Lisbon Treaty and the Future of Turkey-EU Relations”. Symposium on Governance in the European Union: Challenges for the New Era, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul (November 2009).

Invited Panelist, Session on the Global Crisis and Policy Responses, SODEV Symposium on Pathways from the Global Crisis from a Social Democratic Perspective, Larespark Hotel, Istanbul (October 2009) (in Turkish).

“Turkish Banking System and Overall Economic Performance in Turkey in the Light of the Global Financial Crisis”. IMF-World Bank Meetings, Special Civil Society Session on “The Challenges Facing Bank Regulation in Turkey in the Era of Global Financial Crisis”, Istanbul Conference Center, Istanbul (October 2009).

Invited Panelist, Round Table on Turkey, Democracy and Interdependence: Open Society or “Valley of the Wolves”. Demos Conference on Interdependence Day Istanbul 2009: Art, Religion and the City in the Developing World of Interdependence, Koç University, Istanbul
(September 2009).

Invited Panelist, Round Table on “Where is Europe and What Does it Mean to be European?” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto, Canada (September 2009).

“Turkish Big Business in the Age of Democratic Consolidation: The Nature and Boundaries of its Influence”. BRISMES Annual Conference 2009 on Frontiers: Space, Separation and Contact in the Middle East held at Manchester University, Manchester, England (July 2009).

Co-organizer, ACC-Koç University Conference on “Eurasia in a Shifting Global Context: Building Interdisciplinary Bridges”, Koç University, Istanbul (June, 2009).

Session Chair of the Russian Resurgence panel. ACC-Koç University Conference on
“Eurasia in a Shifting Global Context: Building Interdisciplinary Bridges”, Koç University, Istanbul (June, 2009).

Discussant, Jean Monnet Graduate Conference on European Studies, Koç University, Istanbul
(May 2009).

“The Turkish Economy during the AKP Era and Turkey-EU Relations”. Koç University International Relations Club Symposium on Turkey on the European Stage, Koç University, Istanbul (February, 2009) (in Turkish).

Invited Panelist, Session on Regional Players in an Enlarged Europe.  Conference on Germany and Turkey: Common Challenges and Prospects, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany (December, 2008).

Invited Panelist, Session on the Economy and Foreign Policy. Conference on State, Society and Democracy in Turkey in the Age of Globalization since 1980, London School of Economics, London, England (November, 2008).

“Recent Foreign Policy Attitudes in Turkey: How to Reverse the Retreat from Europeanization?” Invited Lecture, Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark (November 2008).

Co-organizer of the Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy Conference on Beyond the Doha Round, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Istanbul (November, 2008).

Commentator on William Coleman’s Universals and Free Trade: Cultural Perspective. The Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy Conference on Beyond the Doha Round, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Istanbul (November 2008).

“The Turkish Economy during the AKP Era: A Comparative Perspective”. Conference on the Enlightenment and the Economy, Ottoman Bank Museum, Istanbul (October 2008) (in Turkish).
 
Invited Panelist, Koç University-TÜSİAD Economic Forum (EAF) Conference on the Future of Global Capitalism and Turkey, Marmara Hotel, Istanbul (October 2008).

“Europeanization or Euro-asianism: The New Wave of Activism in Turkish Foreign Policy”. Third Garnet Annual Conference, Mapping Integration and Regionalism in a Global World: The EU and Regional Governance Outside the EU, Bordeaux, France (September 2008).

Panelist, Session on Turkey’s Economy: Is Accession Really Necessary?  Conference on Perceptions and Misperceptions in the EU and Turkey: Stumbling Blocks on the Road to Accession organized by the Turkey Institute and the Centre for European Security Studies,  Leiden, Holland ( June 2008).

Session Chairman, Panel on “Security Aspects”. Conference on EU Enlargement: Lessons Learnt and Future Prospects. Istanbul (June 2008).

“Globalization and the Turkish Economy: The Importance of the EU Dimension”. Lecture delivered to students from University of Nevada, Reno, Koç University (June 2008).

“Turkey-EU Relations: Beyond the Current Stalemate” and” The Turkish Economic Boom in the Post-2001 Era: Is it Sustainable? ”. Two lectures delivered to Michigan State University students as part of the Fifth MSU-Koç Summer Program, Koç University (June 2008).

“The Limits of the Regulatory State: Turkish Banking Reforms in the Age of Post-Washington Consensus”. The Seventh International Conference of the Middle East Economic Association in association with the Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (May 2008).

“Europeanization or Euro-asianism: The New Wave of Foreign Policy Activism in Turkey in Critical Perspective”. Invited Lectures delivered at the Institute of Political Science, Warsaw University and the Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw, Poland ( May 2008).

“The Turkish Economy in 2008: Past Performance, Current Problems and Future Prospects”. Panel Session on the Governance of the Turkish Economy, Koç University International Relations Club, Koç University, Istanbul (February 2008).

“The Turkish Economy: Principal Trends and its Integration into the International Economy”. Invited Lecture, International Political Economy Laboratory, Institute of International Affairs, Rome, Italy (January 2008).

“Global Dynamics, Domestic Coalitions and a Reactive State: Major Policy Shifts in Post-War Turkish Economic Development”. Marmara University, Department of Economics Seminar, Istanbul (December, 2007).

“ The New Wave of Activism in Turkish Foreign Policy: The Foreign Policy of the AKP in Perspective”. Globe Research Conference on Turkey, USA and the European Union Towards 2010: Emerging Political and Economic Issues in the XXI Century, Rome, Italy (November 2007).

“Turkey’s Economic Performance in the Post-Crisis Era”. Special Session on Challenges and Opportunities in Contemporary Turkey. 6th ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, hosted by Boğaziçi University, Conrad Hotel, Istanbul (October 2007).

‘’Turkey’s Political Economy in the Era of Accession Negotiations: Post-Crisis Dynamics and Future Challenges’’. The Fourth MSU-Koc Summer Program, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2007).

“Turkey’s Encounters with the New Europe: Multiple Transformations, Inherent Dilemmas and the Challenges Ahead”. Conference on Muslim Communities in Western Europe, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea (December 2006).

“The Political Economy of Islam and Democracy in Turkey: The Justice and Development Party Experiment in Perspective”. Invited Speaker, the Annual Convention of the Korean Association of Middle East Studies (KAMES), Seoul, South Korea (November 2006).

“The Political Economy of Neo-liberal Restructuring in the Age of Post-Washington Consensus”. Invited Lecture, Department of Political Science, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea (November 2006).

“WTO at the End of its First Decade: The Political Economy of Asymmetric Interdependence”. Conference on Current Issues in International Trade and Diplomacy, Under-Secretariat of International Trade, Ankara (November 2006).

“Turkey and the European Union: A Political Economy Perspective”. Jean Monnet Lecture, Istanbul Kültür University, Istanbul (November 2006).

“Stages of Turkish Neo-liberalism” and “The Political Economy of Turkey-EU Relations in the Era of Accession Negotiations”. Two Lectures given to students from Michigan State University, Koç University, Istanbul (June 2006).

“Globalization and Social Democracy in the European Periphery: Paradoxes of the Turkish Experience”. Hellenic Centre for European Studies (EKEM) Conference on Decoding Modern Turkey and the Greek European Experience, Athens, Greece (May 2006).

“Beyond the 2001 Financial Crisis: The Political Economy of the New Phase of Neo-liberal Restructuring in Turkey”. International Studies Association, Annual Convention. San Diego, California, USA (March 2006). Also presented at the conference on “Between Shifting and Resilient Forces (I): Turkey in Comparative Perspective”, Işık University, Şile, Istanbul (August 2006).

“Turkey-EU Relations on the Anniversary of December 17”. Bilkent University Department of International Relations Seminar, Bilkent, Ankara (December 2005) and lecture to students from the London School of Economics Grimshaw Society, Koç University, Istanbul (January 2006).

Co-organizer (with B. Rumelili), the GLODEM Conference on Europeanization and Transformation: Turkey in the Post-Helsinki Era, Koç University, Istanbul (December 2005).

“Turkey’s Political Economy in the Age of Financial Globalization: The Significance and  Limits of the EU Anchor”. GLODEM Conference on Europeanization and Transformation: Turkey in the Post-Helsinki Era, Koç University, Istanbul (December 2005).

“The Turkish Economy in the Post-2001 Era. The New Phase of Neo-liberal Restructuring”. Lecture to graduate students from Max Planc Institute, Koç University, Istanbul (July 2005).

Commentator, Koç University and Michigan State University Workshop on the Future Stability and Security in Eurasia, Koç University, Istanbul (June, 2005).

Chairman of the Session on Growth Strategies: A Reappraisal. TÜSİAD-Koç University Economic Research Forum Conference on Sustainable Growth Strategies for Turkey. Istanbul ( June 2005).

“The Political Economy of Islam and Democracy in Turkey: From the Welfare Party to the AKP”. Conference on Democracy and Development: New Political Strategies for the Middle East, organized by the Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark (April 2005) and the Workshop on Globalization of Party-based Democracy. Centre for the Study of Globalization and Regionalization, University of Warwick, England (July 2005).

“Economic Stability: Where Does Turkey Stand?”. Conference on Foreign Investment Opportunities in Turkey organized by the Confederation of Danish Industries, Copenhagen, Denmark ( April 2005) and Seminars for students from the European Business School, Germany and undergraduate students from Michigan State University, Koç University, Istanbul ( June 2005).

“The Limits of Neo-liberal Globalization”. Osmanlı Bankası Müzesi Voyvoda Caddesi Toplantıları, Istanbul ( February 2005) ( in Turkish)

Invited participant in the Conference on Turkey’s EU Membership Process: Culture, Identity and Religion. European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium ( December 2004)

“Turkey, EU and the Middle East: Source of Liability or Stability? “. Conference on Issues in EU-Turkey Relations: Perspectives from Turkey jointly organized by Dr. Karl Renner Institute and the Turkish Embassy in Vienna, Vienna, Austria ( November 2004)

Commentator, Conference on Economic Reform, Rule of Law and Social Justice. Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (November 2004)

“The European Union: Resolver or Perpetuator of Conflict in Greek-Turkish Relations”. The European Union and Greek-Turkish Relations: From Conflict to Co-operation. EUBORDERCONF* Workshop. Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (October 2004).

“Varieties and Crises of Neo-liberal Globalization: Argentina, Turkey and the IMF Nexus”. OIC-EU Joint Forum International Symposium on “Civilizations and Harmony: Values and Mechanisms of the Global Order”. Istanbul, Turkey (October 2004). Also presented at a Department of Economics Seminar, Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul (November 2004) (in Turkish).

“Turkish Modernization and Challenges for the New Europe”. Workshop on Beyond the Clash of Civilizations, Trent University, Ontario, Canada and Department of Near Eastern Studies Seminar, Princeton University, USA (September 2004).

“The Political Economy of Turkey’s Justice and Development Party”. 2004 Middle East and Central Asia Politics, Economics and Society Conference, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA (September 2004)

Session Chair, Session on “Democratic Linkages”. ECPR Standing Group on European Politics, Second Pan-European Conference, Bologna, Italy (June 2004)

“Challenges to the New Europe and the Turkish State”. Turkey and the EU: Membership Prospect and Issues. An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Greenwich, England (June 2004).

“The Role of Greece in Turkey’s Accession to the European Union after Helsinki”. Greece-Turkey Network Conference on the Future of the Greek-Turkish Rapprochement, St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, England ( May 2004).

“Diverse but Converging Paths to EU Membership: Poland and Turkey in Comparative Perspective”. Keynote Speaker, The Third METU Conference on International Relations: Europe in a Changing World. Middle East Technical University, Ankara (May 2004). Also presented at ECPR Standing Group on European Politics, Second Pan-European Conference, Bologna, Italy (June 2004).

“Rethinking the Emerging Post-Washington Consensus: A Critical Perspective”. Annual Demirgil Lecture, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul ( May 2004).

Session Chair, Session on “Emerging Forms of Transnational Governance in the South: Prospects and Problems in the Wake of the Turkish Crisis”. ISA Conference, Budapest, Hungary (June, 2003).

Discussant, Workshop on Economic Reform, New Politics and Social Justice held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul ( June, 2003)

Invited workshop participant at the Conference on “Europe: A Community of Cultures”, Thessalonica, Greece ( May 2003).

(with F. Keyman) “Helsinki, Copenhagen and Beyond: Challenges to the New Europe and the Turkish State”. Conference on Cyprus’ European Accession and the Greek-Turkish Rivalry held at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA ( April 2003). ISA Conference, Budapest, Hungary (June 2003).

( with E. Alper ) “The Turkish Banking System, Financial Crises and the IMF in the Age of Capital Account Liberalization: A Political Economy Perspective”. The Fourth Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence and Montecatini Terme, Italy (March 2003), organized by the Mediterranean Programme of the Robert Schurman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute.

“Domestic Politics, International Norms and Challenges to the State: Turkey-EU Relations in the Post-Helsinki Era”. Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association ( MESA) held at Washington D.C. , USA ( November 2002).

“Perspectives on Turkey-EU Relations in the Post-Helsinki Era ”. MBA Corporate Partners Day Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul (October 2002) ( in Turkish ).
 
Organizer of the Workshop on the Turkish Economy at the Crossroads: Critical Perspectives on the 2000-2001 Financial Crises, Koc University, Istanbul (September 2002).

“Domestic Politics versus Global Dynamics: Towards a Political Economy of the 2000-2001 Financial crises in Turkey”. Workshop on the Turkish Economy at the Crossroads: Critical Perspectives on the 2000-2001 Financial Crises, Koç University, Istanbul (September, 2002).

(with E.Alper ) “Emerging Market Crises and the IMF: Rethinking the Role of the IMF in the Light of Turkey’s 2000-2001 Financial Crises”. Invited Speaker to the special IDEAS Session, The Sixth METU International Congress on Economics, Ankara (September 2002).

Discussant, Session on Globalization: Globalization and the State, METU Conference on International Relations, Ankara (July 2002).

Panel Chair, Session on Transformation and Response of the State. Conference on Globalization, Security and the Nation State organized by the Center for Eurasian Strategic Studies, Ankara (June 2002).

(with E.Alper) "Soft Budget Constraints, Government Ownership of Banks and Regulatory Failure: The Political Economy of the Turkish Banking System in the Post-Capital Account Liberalization Era".  Conference on Economic Crises in Turkey organized under the auspices of the Contemporary Turkey Program, St. Mary’s College, Oxford University, England ( February 2002 ). Also presented at the Koç University Social Science Seminars (March 2002).

"Entrepreneurs, Citizenship and the European Union". ISA Convention, Hong Kong (July 2001).

(with U. Türem ) "Business, Globalization and Democracy: A Comparative Analysis of Four Turkish Business Associations". Conference on Political Parties, Society and Democracy in Turkey”, Bilkent University, Ankara (April 2001)

(with U. Türem ) "Entrepreneurs, Democracy and Citizenship in Turkey". The Second Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence, Italy, Mediterranean Programme, Robert Schurman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute (March 2001).

“Political Islam at the Crossroads: From Hegemony to Co-existence”. Annual Conference of the Middle East Association (MESA) held at Orlando, Florida, U.S.A (November 2000).

Co-organizer of the Panel on “Political Islam at the Crossroads: Comparative Perspectives”. Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association ( MESA) held at Orlando, Florida, U.S.A ( November 2000).

Organizer of the Panel on “Turkey-EU Relations after the Helsinki Summit”. Annual BRISMES Conference held at Cambridge University, England ( July 2000).

Turkey: Political Economy and Prospects for European Union Membership”. Conference organized by the Moshe Dayan Centre of the Tel Aviv University on the theme “The Economy of Turkey: Policy, Performance and Outlook, Tel Aviv, Israel (June 2000 ).

States, Markets and the Limits of Equitable Growth: The Middle Eastern NICs in Comparative Perspective”. Workshop organized by the United Nations University on the theme” States, Markets and Just Growth: Development in the 21st Century” held at the United Nations Complex, New York City, U.S.A. (December 1999).

Session Chair, “Politika ve Ekonomi”. The Third METU International Congress on Economics, Ankara (September 1999).

(with A. F. Aysan), “Neo-liberal Globalization, the Nation State and Financial Crises in the Semi-Periphery: A Comparative Analysis”. The Third METU International Congress on Economics, Ankara (September, 1999) and the Second International Student Congress held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (July, 1999).

“Turkey and Regional Security in the Middle East and Central Asia”. International Institute for Strategic Studies Regional Conference on Economics and Security in the Middle East, Rabat, Morocco (July 1999).

“Turkey, Europe and Paradoxes of Identity: Perspectives on the International Context of Democratization”. Political Science and Public Administration Seminar, Middle East Technical University, Ankara (May 1999).

“Globalization, the Nation State and the East Asian Financial Crisis”. Conference on the Changing Role of the State jointly organized by TISK and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Istanbul (October 1998) (In Turkish).

Participant and discussant at the Annual ERF Conference, Beirut, Lebanon (September 1997).

“The Political Economy of Islamic Resurgence in Turkey. The Rise of the Welfare Party in Perspective”. BRISMES International Conference on Middle East Studies, St.Catherine’s College, Oxford University, England (July 1997).

“Globalization and the Nation State: The Possibilities and Limits of State Intervention in Late Industrialization”. Conference on Globalization and Nation States, TÜSES Foundation, Istanbul, (December 1995).

“The State and Economic Development in Contemporary Turkey: From Etatism to Neo-liberalism and Beyond”. Conference on Turkey and Europe, Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins University, Bologna, Italy (February 1994).

“State-Business Relations under Import-Substitution and Neo-liberal Reforms: The Turkish Case in the Light of the South Korean Experience”. Conference on State-Business Collaboration in Late Industrialization, Princeton University, U.S.A. (October 1993).

“The Political Economy of Export-Oriented Industrialization in Turkey”, Conference on Change in Modern Turkey: Politics, Society and the Economy, Manchester University, Manchester U.K. (May 1993). Also presented at a seminar held in Development and Project Planning Centre, University of Bradford, U.K. (May 1993).

“The Limits of Neo-liberalism: Towards a Reformulation of Development Theory”. Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Seminar, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul ( March 1993).

(with S.B. Webb), “Political Economy of Policy Reform in Turkey in the 1980s”. World Bank Conference on Voting for Reform: The Political Economy of Structural Adjustment in New Democracies Washington D.C., U.S.A. (May 1992).

(with I.Sunar), “Türkiye İçin Bir Toplumsal Uzlaşma Modeli”. TÜSIAD Dünya’da ve Türkiye’de Toplumsal Uzlaşma Konferansı, Istanbul (April 1992).

“The State Planning Organization Versus MITI”. Boğaziçi University Japan and Turkey Symposium, Istanbul (April 1992).

(with S.Özmucur), “Capital Flows and the External Financing of Turkey’s Imports”. OECD Development Centre-ICEPS Seminar on Associated Financing and Mixed Credits, Rome (February 1992).

“Institutions and Export-Oriented Growth in a Second Generation NIC: The Turkish Case”. Boğaziçi University Center for International Studies Conference on Turkey and Italy: Two Mediterranean Countries in Comparative Perspective, Istanbul (November 1991).

“The Political Economy of Turkey in the 1980’s: The Anatomy of Unorthodox Liberalism”. Paper prepared for the Middle East Studies Association Conference, Toronto (November 1989).

“The Evolution of Privatization in Turkey: The Institutional Context of Public Enterprise Reform”. Conference on the Dynamics of States and Societies in the Middle East, Cairo, Egypt (June 1989).

(with J.Riedel), “The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policies, Crises and Long-Run Growth in Turkey”. World Bank Conference on Macroeconomic Policies, Crisis and Growth in the Long-Run (Part 3), Mexico City (April 1989).

(with S.Özmucur), “Capital Flows and the External Financing of Turkey’s Imports”. OECD Development Centre-ICEPS Seminar on Associated Financing and Mixed Credits, Paris (April 1989).

(with C.Kirkpatrick), “World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Lending Programmes and Policy Reform in Turkey”. U.K. Development Studies Association Conference, Birmingham (September 1988).

(with S.Özmucur), “Supply-Side Origins of Macroeconomic Crises in Turkey” and “The Role of the Financial System in the Creation and Resolution of Macroeconomic Crises in Turkey”.
World Bank Conference on Macroeconomic Policies, Crisis and Growth in the Long-Run, Madrid (May 1988).

(with S.Özmucur), “Exchange Rates, Inflation and Money Supply in Turkey: Testing the Vicious Circle Hypothesis”. World Conference of the Applied Econometrics Association, Istanbul (December 1986). Also presented at a seminar held at the Central Bank of Turkey, Ankara (October 1986).

(with C.Kirkpatrick), “Structural Determinants of Inflation Performance in IMF Stabilisation Programmes in Less Developed Countries”. Annual Conference of the U.K. Development Studies Association, Dublin (September 1982).

 

Theses

 

Inflation Structural Change and IMF Stabilisation Programmes in a Semi-Industrialised Economy: The Case of Turkey 1950-1979. Unpublished Ph.D thesis, University of Manchester (1984).

 

Research Interests

The economic, socio-political and cultural impact of globalization. The interface between globalization and democracy. The patterns and paradoxes of democratization and democratic
politics in emerging societies. Entrepreneurs and democracy. Political economy and identity
politics. Islamism and democracy. International context of democratization, human rights
issues and the relationship between Europe and its periphery with a specific focus on Turkey-Greek-EU relations. Globalization, the nation state and financial crises in the semi-periphery. 
Transformation of the state and the politics of regulatory reform. The political economy of Turkey from a comparative perspective: the interplay of domestic politics and global norms.
The potential and limits of regional power influence in the new world order with special reference to Turkey’s relations with Russia, the Central Asian Republics and the Middle East. 

 

Membership of Professional Associations

Middle East Studies Association, International Studies Association, American Political Science Association, European Community Studies Association, Association for Evolutionary Economics, Turkish Political Science Association, Middle East Economic Association,  European Consortium for Political Research, Turkish Economics Association.

 

Number of Citations to Published Work in the Social Science Citation Index  

Around nine hundred

 

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Appendix:  MA and PhD Theses Supervised ( Koç University, 2006-2012)

İzzet Nas, Europeanization of Greece and Turkey in Comparative Perspective: The Role of Business Assocations and Civil Society Assocations, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2006.

Evrim Altıntaş, Child Labor in Turkey from a Global Perspective: The Case of Working Children from Istanbul, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2006.

Özge Aytulun, The Rise of the Left in Latin America, An Alternative to Neo-liberal Globalization?, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2008.

Koray Mutlu, A Critical Approach to the Governance of the World Trade: Power Politics, Dicourses and Existing Asymmetries, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2008.

Devrimsel Nergiz, Immigration and Citizenship in Three European Countries, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2008.

David Michael Neylan, Big Business and Democratic Consolidation in Turkey: The Case of TÜSİAD, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2009.

Ismail Emre Bayram, Democratic Origins of the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis in the US : An Institutionalist Analysis, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2009.

Zeynep Kaymak, Turkish Banking and its Regulation with Reference to the Bank Regulation and Supervision Authority, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2009.

Ümmühan Eda Bektaş, Pension Reform in Turkey in the Light of Latin American and East European Experiences, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2010.

Merve Çalımlı, Role of Business Elites in Democratic Consolidation: Turkey in the Light of Spain’s Experience, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2010.

Gamze Evcimen, Encounters with Globalization: Elite Politics and Global Integration in Egypt and Turkey, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2011.

Fulya Türkan Yıldırım, Emerging Multinationals from Emerging Countries: The Case of Arçelik, MA Thesis in International Relations,  Koç University, 2011.

Daniel Ricardo Silva, The Political Economy of the Turkish Tax Regime in the Neo-liberal Era, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2011.

Bilgehan Arslan, The Rise of BRICs in a Changing Global Order: Co-operation or Conflict?, MA Thesis in International Relations, Koç University, 2012.

Burcu Yılmaz, Türkiye’nin Güvenliği Bağlamında Kamu Diplomasisi: Irak Örneği ( Public Diplomacy in the Context of Turkey’s Security Interests: The Case of Iraq) , Harp Akademileri, Ulusal ve Uluslararası Güvenlik Stratejileri Ana Bilim Dalı, Yüksek lisans Tezi, 2012.

MA and PhD Theses Supervised ( Boğaziçi University, 1989-1999)

Sudi Apak, Macroeconomic and Sectoral Implications of Stabilization Policies, A Comparative Analysis of Turkey, South Korea and Latin America, PhD Thesis in Economics, Boğaziçi University, 1989.

M. Hakan Batur, From Rational Reformism to Neo-liberal Centralism: Institutional Politics of Economic Bureaucracy in Turkey, 1960-1984, PhD Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1998.

E. Barkan Öz, International Regional Integration: A Comparative Analysis, PhD Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1999.

Feyzi Baban, The Role of the State in Late Industrialization: A Comparative Analysis of South Korea and Taiwan, MA Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1991.

Sumru Karagözoğlu (Öz), Interactions between Economic Integration and Foreign Direct Investment, A Comparative Analysis of Spain and Turkey, MA Thesis in Economics, Boğaziçi University, 1991.

Banu Beller, Economic Liberalization in Theory and Practice: A Comparative Analyasis of Chile and Turkey, MA Thesis in Economics, Boğaziçi University, 1991.

Arzu Madenli, The International Monetary Fund and the Origins of the Latin American Debt Crisis, MA Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1992.

Melissa Marschall, Accounting for Differentials in the Speed of Privatization: A Comparative Analysis of brazil, Mexico and Turkey, MA Thesis in Political Science and International Relations,  Boğaziçi university, 1993.

Henry Adde Quaye, Political Determinants of Successful Structural Adjustment: A Comparative Analysis of  Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal, MA Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1993.

Elif Ursavaş, The Origins and Prospects of New Regionalism, MA Thesis in Economics, Boğaziçi University, 1994.

Tuba Onmuş (Akıncılar), A Critical Analysis of the East Asian Development Experience, MA Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, 1998.

 

 

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