Turkey's Energy Geopolitics



Turkey's energy policies and the eurasian region
Çelebi, Yusuf İnan; Çelebi, Yusuf İnan; Department of International Relations (2006)
This thesis analyses Turkey̕s energy policies and Turkey̕s foreign relations through the energy issues in the Eurasian region. In the first phase, the energy policies implemented by the state and free market orientation in Turkish energy sector will be discussed. The impacts of neo-liberal economic policies, regional organizations (the European Union and OECD), and global finance institutions (International Monetary Fund ا the IMF and the World Bank ا WB) on Turkish energy sub-sectors, particularly since th...
Turkey's energy strategy and development of Ceyhan as an energy hub
Değirmenci, Deniz; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of Eurasian Studies (2010)
This thesis aims to analyze the Turkish policy of being an energy hub. Within this context Turkey, as it is geographically very close to the two thirds of the world's proven oil and natural gas reserves, has a very big advantage to manage its location and the purpose of this study is to discuss the measures taken to utilize this advantage. Therefore relative weakness of Turkey in comparison to the other actors like Russia, the USA or the EU and the strengths of the Turkish policy like the geopolitical advan...
Turkey's Public Sector Finances and EU Perspective
Merih, Celasun (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2005-12)
In contrast to the sharpened policy preferences for sustainable public finances in the EU, Turkey’s post-1990 policy process did not feature a credible political commitment to fiscal consolidation. Turkey postponed the fundamental change in its macroeconomic and public finance strategy until the early 2000s, and undertook these reforms only after experiencing a severe financial crisis. This paper reviews the patterns of fiscal adjustment against the backdrop of the main macroeconomic trends in the 1990s and...
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...
Citation Formats
M. Altunışık, “Turkey’s Energy Geopolitics,” The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, pp. 1–5, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.thecairoreview.com/essays/turkeys-energy-geopolitics/.