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Turkish German Affairs from an Interdisciplinary Perspective

Edited By 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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Hanna-Lisa Hauge is a research associate at the Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Cologne. She graduated with an M.A. in Political Science and from the University of Cologne in 2013. Since then she has been programme manager in the project Turkish German University at the Jean Monnet Chair. Her research interests include EU-Turkey as well as Euro-Mediterranean relations.

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Wolfgang Theodor Wessels is chairholder of the Jean Monnet Chair for Political Science at the University of Cologne since 1994, and was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam in 2011. He is Vice-President of the German consortium for the foundation of the Turkish-German University since 2010. In 2011 he was awarded for ‘Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary European Studies’ by UACES. Prof. Wessels is co-editor of the “Jahrbuch der Europäischen Union” and the “Europa von A-Z, Taschenbuch der europäischen Integration” and has published widely in leading journals and edited volumes. He is involved in several research and teaching networks such as THESEUS, PADEMIA and OPAL. He is also the Chairperson of the Executive Board of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP, Berlin) and of the Executive Board of the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA, Brussels).

Dr. O. Can Ünver, a former Director-General at the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (2000–2003), studied Political Science, Communication Science and Turkish Studies at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich/Germany (1975–1981). He received his PhD from Hacettepe...

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