Business Research Seminars - 21
How can interactions among interdependent structures, institutions, and agents inform financial stability? What we have still to learn from global financial crisis.
22.02.2019 19:00
YER : AB2-2302
School of Management and Administrative Sciences

Caner Bakır
Caner Bakir is Associate Professor of Political Science at Koç University in Istanbul, and Codirector of the Center for Globalization, Peace and Democratic Governance (GLODEM). He was previously Assistant Lecturer in the Accounting and Finance Department at Monash University; prior to that he worked for the Agricultural Bank of Turkey as a banking specialist. His interdisciplinary and comparative research and teaching interests are in international and comparative political economy, public policy and administration, and international business. He has published 16 SSCI journal publications, including top-tier journals, some of them named after their respective discipline, such as Policy Sciences, Public Administration,  and Governance. Caner authored and edited eight books. His most recent books include Policy Analysis in Turkey, coauthored with G. Ertan (Univ. of Bristol Policy Press 2018); and Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy Change: Theoretical and Empirical Explorations, coauthored with D. Jarvis (Palgrave MacMillan 2018). He is an associate editor of Policy Sciences and editorial board member of Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, Journal of Economic Policy Reform and International Journal of Emerging Markets. Caner is a member of international advisory board for the series,  Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy (SPEPP) published by Palgrave Macmillan. He also serves as a member of The Harold Lasswell Prize Committee for the best article in Policy Sciences, and the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 2018 Best Article Award Committee.