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Fikret Adaman on Erdoğan, the environment and economic policy in Turkey

October 27, 2017

Turkey Book Talk reaches its 50th episode – FİKRET ADAMAN, a professor of economics at Istanbul’s Boğaziçi University on “Neoliberal Turkey and its Discontents: Economic Policy and the Environment under Erdoğan” (IB Tauris).

Download the episode or listen below.

Here’s my review of the book at Hürriyet Daily News. (Also the archive of all my HDN reviews has moved and can now be found here.)

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Adaman

As mentioned in the episode, here’s a related episode from back in July with Esra Gürakar on crony capitalism in Turkey.

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