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TEPAV launches Public Financial Management Project in TRNC…

The project aims to identify the steps to be taken for the TRNC to have a  modern financial management setup in compliance with the EU standards 30/07/2015 - ANKARA- TEPAV has launched the Public Financial Management Project in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC). Expected to last 4 to 5 months, the current status of the TRNC Public Financial Management will be assessed from the perspectives of both legislation and implementation. In consultation with the Ministry of Finance, the Supreme Audit Institution and other public bodies, the steps necessary for TNRC to achieve a modern financial management structure in compliance with the EU standards are to be identified. On the project, TEPAV researchers [More]

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Can Balkans become a new manufacturing center for Turkey?

Synthesis Workshop of the research project “Strengthening the Connectivity and Business Synergies in the South East Europe” was held in Sarajevo   30/07/2015 -   Sarajevo –Initial findings of the “Strengthening the Connectivity and Business Synergies in the South East Europe” research project commissioned to TEPAV by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) was shared with participants at a workshop held in Sarajevo on July 21. Stakeholders from public and private sectors as well as academics from seven economies, namely Turkey, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia attended the workshop. Hosted at the RCC’s Headquarters in Sarajevo, the workshop commenced with keynote speeches by R [More]

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Can Turkey be at the forefront of the latest battle against the Islamic State?

Evaluation Note / Selim Koru   29/07/2015 -   In 1818, Amir Abdullah bin Saud was taken to Istanbul for execution. This was no ordinary prisoner. He was leader of a rebellion that had occupied the two holy cities of Islam for a decade and had dared to declare the Ottoman sultan, Caliph of the Faithful, an unbeliever. Among the various public humiliations before ibn Saud’s execution—since his strict Wahhabi interpretation of Islam forbade music—the Ottomans made him listen to the lute. But the cruelest punishments were reserved for the rebels’ religious leaders, some of whom were stuck into the muzzl [More]

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Inclusive Business at International Development Financing Conference

On the margins of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, TEPAV, as the chair of Think 20 Turkey, co-organized two side events that convened business leaders, senior representatives of multilateral organizations and other hig 20/07/2015 -   Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 14 July 2015 -  The Addis Ababa conference has been a major step in the lead-up to the upcoming United Nations Summit in September, where world leaders will adopt the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).On June 13rd, along with the G20, Civil 20 and Network of Southern Think Tanks (NeST), Think 20 organized an event to discuss the development priorities of the G20. The event was opened with speeches by Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan and G20 Sherpa Ambassador Ayse Sinirlioglu, and included a panel discussion afterwards. Amar Bha [More]

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The G-20 and Protectionism - A July 2015 Update

Evaluation Note / Simon Evenett 14/07/2015 - The past month has seen the publication of four reports that reveal much about the slowdown of export growth and the trade distortions that have the greatest reach. Since restoring economic growth is a key G-20 mandate factors that hold back global exports should be a priority. The G-20 should rein in the most important trade distortions, many of which don’t receive the attention they deserve in official monitoring of protectionism. Recent reports confirm 2015 export growth slowdown Trade data comes out with lag—even so the latest readings are worrying. [More]

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Making Economies Work for Women: Female Labour Force Participation in Turkey Report / Feride İnan, Güneş Aşık  
haber resmi 10/07/2015

  Presently, Female Labor Force Participation (hereafter cited as FLFP) in Turkey is exceptionally low by international standards and had been in long-term decline until recently. In 2012, the female participation rate at 29,5 % was the lowest in [More]

Beliefs, Institutions, and Learning: Towards A New Order in the New Global Economy? Evaluation Note / Sumru Altug  
haber resmi 29/06/2015

  The global financial crisis of 2007-2008 has been termed as the most synchronized recession since the Great Depression in the 1930’s. In its aftermath, we are observing a multitude of changes in the global economy and global governance. For one, [More]
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