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Electoral Systems in Turkey and Recommendations for a New Electoral System
Dr. Esra İşsever-Ekinci

In this policy paper, Dr. Esra İşsever-Ekinci evaluates the existing electoral systemin Turkey as well as the curre... ...

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United in Euroscepticism: Populist Foreign Policy in Hungary and Poland
Edit Zgut

The post-Cold war age, in particular, the Euroatlantic integration and the multiple crises of the European Union provided fertile ground for the rise of populism both in the East and the West. Researc... ...

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Health Inequalities in Turkey
Prof. Dr. Kayıhan Pala

Health inequalities are avoidable health disparities that adversely affect people’s health and lead to premature death. Since health is one of the most basic innate human rights, these dispariti... ...

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Main Conflicts in Turkey's Foreign Policy
Dr. Cihan Dizdaroğlu, Dr. Pınar Sayan

Changing aspects of Turkish foreign policy have long attracted both national and international attention. Some of the most significant developments include the standstill in Turkey’s accession t... ...

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Employment and Precarity of Elderly Population in Turkey
Alphan Telek, Cem Özgüzel, Seren Selvin Korkmaz

Despite the fact that one out of every ten people in Turkey is 65 years old or older, the lack of requisite social policies for this age group leaves those people vulnerable. In addition, it has been ... ...

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Impacts of Taxation on the Distribution of Income in Turkey
Prof. Haluk Levent, Prof. Öner Günçavdı, Assoc. Prof. Ayşe Aylin Bayar

In this policy paper, Prof. Haluk Levent, Prof. Öner Günçavdı and Associate Prof. Ayşe Aylin Bayar discuss the taxation policy in Turkey and its consequences on income inequality. The... ...

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Reinstatement of Rule of Law in Turkey: Proposals for an Independent and Impartial Judiciary
Assoc. Prof. Demirhan Burak Çelik

In the course of the processes of democratisation, institutions play a crucial role. Democracies can function effectively and overcome existential crises to the extent that they are institutionalised.... ...

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