Past Events
21’inci Yüzyılda Kemalizm ve Cumhuriyet

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16
May 2024, Thursday
Location: CASE 127 Time: 17:15
It is still there: The different roles played by the Policy State and the trajectories of governance

Every state is a Policy State by virtue of the central role that it plays in the policy-making process. Thus, focusing on the different political roles played by the Policy State it is possible to shed light on the complexity of governance dynamics and their diachronic trajecto

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02
May 2024, Thursday
Location: CASE 127 Time: 17:15
Smart Borders, Digital Identity and Big Data: How Surveillance Technologies Are Used Against Migrants

This book shows how these technologies reproduce structural inequalities and discriminative policies. Korkmaz reveals the way in which they grant extensive powers to states and big tech corporations to control communities.

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20
March 2024, Wednesday
Location: Zoom Time: 14:30
Between Forbearance and Audacity

When international courts are given sweeping powers, why would they ever refuse to use them? The book explains how and when courts employ strategies for institutional survival and resilience: forbearance and audacity, which help them adjust their sovereignty costs to pre-empt a

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27
December 2023, Wednesday
Location: CASE 127 & Zoom Time: 17:00
Türkiye and Banking: Past, Present and the Future

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19
December 2023, Tuesday
Location: CASE 127 Time: 17:00
Governing Polarized Societies

Having encountered a series of shocks that pose an existential threat to our livelihoods, our societies have become increasingly polarized. Shortly after two years of lockdowns due to the pandemic, the war in Ukraine boosted at a global scale a polycrisis that intersects energy

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12
December 2023, Tuesday
Location: CASE 127 Time: 17:00
Beyond Geopolitics: Tech and Digitalization in Southeast Asia

This seminar seeks to illuminate these overlooked spects, namely, data stewardship, potential algorithmic biases leading to discrimination and the environmental repercussions of AI.

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06
November 2023, Monday
Location: Zoom Time: 17:30
Keynote Lecture – Competition and Firm Recovery Post-COVID

This insightful presentation will focus on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on firms and the role of competition in their recovery.

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26
October 2023, Thursday
Location: Founders' Hall Time: 09:00
The Politics of the Welfare State in Turkey

In The Politics of the Welfare State in Turkey, author Erdem Yörük provides a politics-based explanation for the post-1980 transformation of the Turkish welfare system, in which poor relief policies have replaced employment-based social security.

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25
May 2023, Thursday
Location: Zoom Webinar Time: 17:30
How the Digital Economy Affects Welfare States: Updating Social Rights in an Age of Precarious Employment

Social Rights are the normative foundation of welfare states in liberal democracies. Yet, the rise of the digital economy poses four fundamental challenges to the integrity of social rights. The first, and most widely discussed, is the proliferation of short-term, contract em

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04
May 2023, Thursday
Location: CASE 127 Time: 17:15
Making Autocracy Worse: The End of the Myth of Authoritarian Competence in Putin’s Russia

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02
May 2023, Tuesday
Location: Zoom Webinar Time: 11:00 AM
GLODEM Political Economy Graduate Workshop

The workshop is scheduled for March 3, 2023, and will cover various topics related to political economy, including development, conflict, and gender issues in the global political economy, as well as international and domestic interactions between actors and institutions.

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03
March 2023, Friday
Location: Case 127 Time: 10:00