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Turkish German Affairs from an Interdisciplinary Perspective

Elif Nuroglu, Ela Sibel Bayrak Meydanoglu and Enes Bayraklı

The relations between Turkey and Germany deserve to be called unique because of their depth and extent. This book offers an interdisciplinary approach on these relations from political, socio-economic and business perspectives. In this context, it is a beneficial reference book for those academics in Political Science, Economics and Business Administration who focus their researches on various aspects of the relations between Turkey and Germany. It also provides useful insight for the practitioners such as policy makers, diplomats, investors, financial analysts, NGOs that are engaged in Turkish-German relations, German companies invested in Turkey and Turkish companies that transfer know-how from Germany.
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Elif Nuroğlu is Associate Professor of Economics at Turkish German University and the Head of Economics Department. She received her PhD degree from the University of Vienna. Her major areas of interest are International Trade, Empirical International Economics, Gravity Model, Econometric models and Empirical Macroeconomics.

Ela Sibel Bayrak Meydanoğlu is Associate Professor of Business Administration at Turkish-German University. She received her PhD degree from the University of Lüneburg (Germany). Her major areas of interest are Digital Marketing, Mobile Tagging and E-Business.

Enes Bayraklı is a faculty member at the Department of Political Science at the Turkish-German University. He received his PhD degree from the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna. His fields of research include the Transformation of Turkish Foreign Policy, Northern Iraq Policy of Israel, Cultural Diplomacy, Foreign Policy Analysis and German Foreign Policy.

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