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Sadık Ünay

Sadık Ünay worked as an academic at the Universities of Manchester, Birmingham, Huddersfield in the UK; and at Maltepe, Yıldız Teknik and İstanbul Şehir universities in Turkey. He is the author of Kalkınmacı Modernlik: Küresel Ekonomi Politik ve Türkiye (Developmentalist Modernity: Global Political Economy and Turkey) (2013) and Neoliberal Globalization and Institutional Reform: Political Economy of Development Planning in Turkey (2006). He currently teaches at Istanbul University.

Election panorama from Moscow

These elections constituted the best opportunity for the opposition to topple the AK Party’s political dominance in a power transition. …

Countdown to stability

In Turkey’s political history, coalition governments have been marred by internal wrangling, turf wars, failures in governance, acute corruption and …

Election economics and the A20

Political and bureaucratic actors should look for new ways to create synergies with think tanks, universities and civil intellectual initiatives …

Constitutional regimes and growth

Which constitutional regime provides a better political framework for the foundation of development-friendly institutional compacts and effective state-business relations? As …

Prudence versus populism

In modern democratic politics, one of the most effective instruments of attracting electoral support is extending pledges for better macroeconomic …