Hatice Karahan

Hatice Karahan

Hatice Karahan received both her B.A and M.A degrees from Bogazici University in Business Administration and Economics. She conducted her PhD in Economics at Syracuse University. After serving as an advisor for TUBITAK, Karahan is currently a special advisor to the President of Turkey.
Will Trump Deliver on His Protectionist Economic Pledges

Will Trump Deliver on His Protectionist Economic Pledges?

January 9, 2017
To be sure, Trump is not the first U.S. presidential candidate who fed his campaign with a nationalist trade agenda. Yet even the uncertainties he has created so far have been enough to scare the global markets.
Economic Implications of Brexit and Turkey

Economic Implications of Brexit and Turkey

September 26, 2016
The Brexit’s aftereffects on the Turkish economy will hinge mostly upon the Brexit formula to be devised. The new structure of UK-EU trade could include Turkey as an associated party or, alternatively, pave the way for a new bilateral agreement with the UK.
Re-Thinking the Human Capital Aspect of Industry

Re-Thinking the Human Capital Aspect of Industry

September 9, 2016
The human capital aspect of the new industrial revolution necessitates prompt planning with an educational focus that will equip students with technological backgrounds, starting from early ages.
L Economie de la Turquie Apr s la Tentative du

L’Economie de la Turquie Après la Tentative du Coup d’État

August 4, 2016
En la Turquie, le commerce est comme d’habitude et sera encore mieux que d’habitude. Tous ce dont le pays a besoin est un traitement juste et objectif qui est établi sur des informations véridiques.
Economic Reflections of the Failed Coup Attempt in Turkey

Economic Reflections of the Failed Coup Attempt in Turkey

July 29, 2016
Reminding of its credible history in terms of ability to repay, and underlining the ongoing efforts for strengthened political and economic prospects, Turkey invites all interested global associates to closely witness its sincere dedication to a bright future. This Q&A evaluates the initial impacts of the failed coup attempt of July 15 in Turkey and discusses its implications for the country’s economic prospects.
The Post-Sanctions Iranian Economy and Turkey

The Post-Sanctions Iranian Economy and Turkey

June 16, 2016
Relationships between Iran and Turkey are ready to be extended, while an efficient mechanism is needed to be constructed in between, in order to facilitate that purpose.
OIC Economy In Search of a Concrete Solidarity

OIC Economy: In Search of a Concrete Solidarity

April 20, 2016
OIC countries like Turkey, which have diversified industries, have the potential to perform a critical role in leading investment and technology collaborations within the group. Beyond the sincere political will required, OIC urgently needs to reduce its vulnerabilities and build solid economic structures for a more concrete solidarity.

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