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 perspective
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 i
The Southern Caucasus is a relatively small region, plagued with a web of political problems. To identify and resolve these issues however, it is important to see the region’s place in global events. This paper looks at the region on three level
"A number of assumptions appear to have been made in Brussels and Washington DC about how the rest of the world will react to the successful conclusion of a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Many of the contributions to a new e
"1. Major science and technology-driven changes reshape global manufacturing and value chains in recent years. Developments in technology and innovation based strategies have become the basic factors of competitiveness at the level of both countr
ANKARA – In the context of its T20 agenda, TEPAV organized a meeting meeting with the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) on Friday, 13 March 2015. The meeting was opened by Bozkurt Aran, Director of TEPAV Center for Multilater
ANKARA - TEPE continued rising in February. Expectations for orders placed with suppliers and employment advanced month-on-month and year-on-year. Volume of business activities compared to the past year increased in comparison with both February 20
SEOUL – G20 Turkey Sherpa Ayşe Sinirlioğlu made a visit to South Korea for the senior officials’ meeting of MIKTA, an informal cooperation body formed by Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey, and Australia.
Sinirlioğlu also held a meeting with t
Armenian Entrepreneurs to Visit TurkeyEntrepreneurs will attend a series of events in Istanbul and Antalya, through the program organized in the scope of the Project for Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process.
ANKARA- For the second phase of the Exchange of Entrepreneurs project introduced under the Project for Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process, a delegation of Armenian entrepreneurs will visit Turkey.
Jointly organized by TEPAV and Public Journalism
"In the twenty-first century, rapid developments in the global economy—led by advances in technology, the rise of service sector, and the emergence of fast-growing industries—have brought about new challenges for both advanced and emerging countrie