Institutional Reform

Restructuring Macroeconomic Governance in the Presidential System
Restructuring Macroeconomic Governance in the Presidential System

Turkey is heading for a systemic transformation towards the “Presidential Government System” under such difficult global...

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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