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Rising Vulnerabilities and Opportunities in Turkey's Economy

You are warmly invited to the public conference entitled as “Rising Vulnerabilities and Opportunities in Turkey’s Economy: Assessment of the Last Decade and New Prospects”

which is organized by LSE Contemporary Turkish Studies. 

 

This event will take place from 18:00 to 20:30 on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 at TW1.G.01, Tower 1, LSE, 1 Clement's Inn, WC2A 2AZ, London. Please find below the conference programme: 

 

Speakers and Titles:

 

I. “Inequality Trends in Turkey”

 

Professor Alpay Filiztekin, Vice-Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University, Istanbul

 

II. “The Unpleasant Status-quo: Having to Rely on Others' Money to Keep the Large Income Gap Between Turkey and the Developed World Intact”

 

Professor Fatih Ozatay, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Ankara

 

III. “Turkish Economy in the 2000s: Beyond Legend and Myth”

 

Professor Erinc Yeldan, Dean, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Yasar University, Izmir

 

Chair: Dr. Robert Hancké, Associate Professor (Reader) in European Political Economy, European Institute, LSE

 

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Those who might be interested are all welcome. Please find attached a detailed advert of the event as a PDF document with an LSE map to find your way around LSE. 

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