Policy Implications of the D4R Challenge

2019-09-01
Salah, Albert Ali
Altuncu, M. Tarık
Balcısoy, Selim Saffet
Frydenlund, Erika
Mamei, Marco
Akyol, Mehmet Ali
Arslanlı, Kerem Yavuz
Bensason, Ivon
Boshuijzen-van Burken, Christine
Bosetti, Paolo
Boy, Jeremy
Bozcaga, Tugba
Cılasun, Seyit Mümin
Işık, Oğuz
Kalaycıoğlu, Hediye Sibel
Kaptaner, Ayse Seyyide
Kayi, Ilker
Kılıç, Özgün Ozan
Kjamili, Berat
Kucukali, Huseyin
Martin, Aaron
Lippi, Marco
Pancotto, Francesca
Rhoads, Daniel
Sevencan, Nur
Sezgin, Ervin
Solé-ribalta, Albert
Sterly, Harald
Sürer, Elif
Taşkaya Temizel, Tuğba
Tümen, Semih
Uluturk, Ismail
The Data for Refugees (D4R) Challenge resulted in many insights related to the movement patterns of the Syrian refugees within Turkey. In this chapter, we summarize some of the important findings, and suggest policy recommendations for the main areas of the challenge. These recommendations are sometimes broad suggestions, as the policy interventions involve many factors that are difficult to take into account. We give examples of such issues to help policy-makers.
Citation Formats
A. A. Salah et al., Policy Implications of the D4R Challenge. 2019, p. 495.