Turkey’s 2023 Education Vision: Professional development as a mindset not a skill-set

Seferoğlu, Gölge


Turkey’s mediation initiatives between 2002 and 2015 a discourse and content analysis
Güner, Reyhan; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2015)
This dissertation aims to figure out the leading motivations of Turkey to voluntarily engage in international mediation attempts as a third party. So as to ascertain why Turkey mediates, the method of the dissertation was determined as a combination of discourse analysis of speeches made by Turkey’s ministers of foreign affairs and the content analysis of the news and statements in the official website of Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, since the mediation attempts of Turkey have been conducted by the ...
Turkey’s energy system development: Linking an energy supply model with an industrial simulation model and solving it iteratively
Gungor, Gorkem; Sarı, Ramazan (2018-01-01)
Turkey is in the progress to include nuclear energy to its electricity generation capacity. The energy modelling studies for Turkey mainly focus on usage of renewable energy and local fossil fuels and include nuclear power plants (NPP) only with their electricity generation capacities without taking into consideration the front- and back-ends of the nuclear fuel cycle. This study takes into consideration the life cycle assessment (LCA) of nuclear energy based on optimisation of energy system costs and usage...
Turkey's public-private partnership experience: a political economy perspective
Ayhan, Berkay; Ustuner, Yilmaz (2022-04-01)
Public-private partnerships (PPP) are the contractual arrangements between public and private parties to deliver infrastructure and services in which costs, risks, and benefits are shared. Good governance of PPPs, traditionally associated with an effective regulatory and institutional framework, appropriate risk-sharing, competitive and transparent procurement have recently been broadened to include citizens' perspectives. Turkey uses PPPs to deliver public infrastructures such as airports, energy plants, h...
Turkey's Public Administration Today: An Overview and Appraisal
Üstüner, Mustafa Yılmaz; Yavuz, Nilay (2018-01-01)
This study overviews and appraises Turkey's contemporary public administration system. Its prominent characterizing features are discussed, with an emphasis on both the achievements and problem areas. Turkey has a long history of strong traditional bureaucratic practices and culture, from which its contemporary public administration system has emerged since the Republic was established almost a century ago. Despite its many achievements, public administration has its problems, generally the product of confl...
Turkey Challenges of Continuity and Change
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G. Seferoğlu, “Turkey’s 2023 Education Vision: Professional development as a mindset not a skill-set,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75500.