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Keywords: Economic Development

TEPAV Prepares Civil G20 Growth Report Chapter on Turkey Researchers evaluated trends in inequality and national policies to tackle inequality in G-20 countries.
Haber Resim
24/07/2013   ANKARA – The Civil G20 group, composed of NGOs and academics from member states, convened in the context of the G20 activities this year under the presidency of Russia analyzed the national policies of member states in terms of reducing inequ [More]
Why is Turkey an Odd Country? | Esen Çağlar It is odd to invest in real estate and apartment blocks instead of in education.
Haber Resim
17/04/2013   "Our country’s agenda gets so odd at times that one inevitably wonders if such things happen in other places as well. Are we one of a kind? Is there any other country that has suffered from terrorism and high inflation for 30 years? Do the [More]
Intergenerational Mobility in Education - How Does Turkey Compare in Equality of Opportunity? Evaluation Note / Bilgi Aslankurt
Haber Resim
17/01/2013 "Education is one of the key factors that determine the quality of human resources and thus the competitiveness of a country. The steps that will enhance the access to and quality of education can facilitate economic growth by helping make the best [More]
The World Economy after the Crisis: Risks and Possible Solutions During a meeting held at TEPAV, recent developments in the world economy and their impacts on Turkey were discussed in their many aspects.
Haber Resim
30/03/2012   ANKARA – On Friday, 30 March 2012, a meeting was held at TEPAV to discuss the challenges and risks the world economy has faced in the post-crisis era particularly after August 2011 and their impacts on the Turkish economy. The speakers drew a [More]
TEPAV: "Higher Education Board Harms the Economy" TEPAV's research identified that the lack of autonomy across universities in Turkey affected innovation performance adversely.
Haber Resim
14/12/2010 ANKARA-TEPAV research aiming to shed light on the correlation between the higher education system in Turkey and competitiveness identified that the lack of autonomy across universities in Turkey affected innovation performance adversely. TEPAV pol [More]