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Projects

GLODEM pursues projects by means of several mechanisms. First, its members pursue individual projects. These projects are associated with GLODEM. Second, GLODEM pursues projects as an organization. Third and finally, GLODEM may be a member of projects associated with its formal or informal partners.

GLODEM offers a range of skill sets lending themselves to project management, coordination, and implementation. The success of Koc University in rigorous national and international project mechanisms speaks to these skill sets. These mechanisms include TUBITAK, EU-FP7, and others associated with international organizations.

GLODEM is joining its goal of increased, innovative partnership engagement with its project development in 2014. GLODEM is interested in cooperative project hosting. Currently, GLODEM members are pursuing individual research projects exemplified by the following examples.

Examples of GLODEM Member Projects

Young Scholar Career Development Program (TÜBİTAK  3501)

Organizational Change in Economy Bureaucracy in Turkey, 1980-2010: Interactions with National and Global Institutional Dynamics Completed, 2008-2011

European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Project Research Grant (COST Action IS0905 'The Emergence of Southern Multinationals and their Impact on Europe') and TÜBİTAK (2515)
 

Outward Foreign Direct Investment of the Turkish Multinationals, 2000-2010: Motivations, Strategies and Implications Completed, 2011-2013

Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad - Trinity College Dublin, (TÜBİTAK 2219)

Emerging Country Multinational Firm Behavior: Effects of Structure, Institution and Agency Current, 12 months

Highlighted Current Projects

   
Caner Bakir

National

  • 2014-2015. Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad: Trinity College Dublin, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey. TÜBİTAK 2219. Emerging Country Multinational Firm Behavior: Effects of Structure, Institution and Agency. Value: US$36,000.
  • 2011-2013. Project Investigator. Funded by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey. TUBITAK 2515. Outward Foreign Direct Investment of the Turkish Multinationals, 2000-2010: Motivations, Strategies and Implications.

International

  • 2011-2013. European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Project. Action IS0905 (Southern Multinationals and their Impact on Europe). European Science Foundation.

 

Suhnaz Yilmaz
  • Energy Efficiency Project, Seed Grant, KÜTEM, 2012-2013.

International Post-Doctoral Research Collaboration Funding

Turkish Prime Ministry Fellowships-  Post-Doctoral Research Funding (Elnur Ismayilov), 2014

TÜBİTAK 2216- Post-Doctoral Research Funding (Elnur Ismayilov), 2015

H2020 consortium analyzing the future of Turkey-EU relations. The project, “The Future of EU-Turkey Relations: Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios (FEUTURE)”, 2015 with Bahar Rumelili

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bahar Rumelil

TÜBİTAK 1001 Grant(October 2013-February 2015) Aktif Vatandaş Olmak: Türkiye’de Sivil Toplum Kuruluşları ve Vatandaşlık

H2020 consortium analyzing the future of Turkey-EU relations. The project, “The Future of EU-Turkey Relations: Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios (FEUTURE)”, 2015 with Suhnaz Yilmaz

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEUTURE

The Future of EU-Turkey Relations: Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios

Researchers:Bahar Rumelili, Şuhnaz Yılmaz, Seçkin Barış Gülmez, Alp Eren Topal, Duygu Sever

FEUTURE, the largest research project on EU-Turkey relations ever funded by the European Commission with the participation of 13 partner institutions from nine countries, aims to explore future avenues for further EU-Turkey cooperation with its comprehensive research approach that;

  1. Identifies the underlying historical narratives and thematic key drivers of the relationship,
  2. Tests and substantiates the most likely scenario(s) and evaluates the key challenges and opportunities these scenarios may generate on the EU and Turkey, as well as the neighbourhood and the global scene,
  3. Draws policy recommendations for the EU and Turkey on the basis of a strong evidence-based foundation in the future trajectory of EU-Turkey relations.

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