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Europe's Crises: Leadership & Accession

CESifo (Journal CESifo Forum of the Ifo Institute for Economic Research) article contributed by GDL member Ebru Turhan, August 2016. The article is part of an issue with a focus on "Germany an Turkey in Europe: Strategic Outlook":

Europe's Crises, Germany's Leadership and Turkey's EU Accession Process

 

 

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Ebru Turhan

Dr Ebru Turhan works as Assistant Professor for Political Science and the Vice-Director of the Institute of Social Sciences at the Turkish-German University of Istanbul. She is also the coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module INSITER “Inside the Turkey-EU Relations” co-financed by the European Commission.

During 2013-2014 she was a Mercator-IPC Fellow at the IPC in the thematic area of EU/German-Turkish relations. Her current research interests lie in EU-Turkey affairs, Germany’s European policy, German-Turkish relations and the refugee crisis.

Turhan received a Master’s degree in Contemporary European Studies from the University of Bath and a doctorate degree in Political Science from the University of Cologne. During 2006-2013, Turhan worked at the Berlin Representation of the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD), where she held the position of Senior Expert and Project Manager.

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Read about one of her publications here. Here is another article of her about the German-Turkish relationship and one she wrote about Europe's Crisis.

 

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