New article published!

Erdem Yörük, İbrahim Öker, Kerem Yıldırım and Burcu Yakut-Çakar’s article, titled The Variable Selection Problem in the Three Worlds of Welfare Literature, is published in Social Indicators Research journal. We ongragulate them on their success! The article can be reached via the following link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11205-019-02070-7

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New publication!

Our team members Arda Akdemir, Ali Hürriyetoğlu, Erdem Yörük, Burak Gürel, Çağrı Yoltar, and Deniz Yüret published a paper, titled Towards Generalizable Place Name Recognition Systems: Analysis and Enhancement of NER Systems on English News from India, in Proceedings of the 12th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval (https://doi.org/10.1145/3281354.3281363). We congragulate...

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Special Issue: The New Politics of Welfare in Emerging Market Economies

Our team’s special issue proposal is accepted by Governance, which is an academic journal published in association with the International Political Science Association’s Research Committee on the Structure & Organization of Government(SOG), emphasizing peer-reviewed articles that take an international or comparative approach to public policy and administration. Special Issue: The New...

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New publication

Our Principal Investigator Asst. Prof. Erdem Yörük’s and Prof. Martin Powell’s co-authored paper, “Straddling two continents and beyond three worlds? The case of Turkey’s welfare regime,” is published online in New Perspectives on Turkey, on November 7, 2016.

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New article projects

In addition to the three on-going article projects with Prof. Martin Powell from Birmingham University, we have started three new article projects! First one is on the comparison between Inda and China  with Assoc. Prof. Indrajit Roy from York University; second one is on the comparison between Turkey and Brazil...

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An article project on China

We have started an article project on China with Yao Li, a postdoctoral fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School.

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