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by Amélie Guisseau last modified 24-06-2010 09:21

Anil Duman2


Address / Contact:



Central European University
Department of Political Science
Nador utca 9
H- 1051 Budapest
Tel: +(361) 327 3822



MA in Economics from University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)

PhD in Economics from University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)


Recent and current positions:

Assistant Professor of Political Science at Central European University


Fields of research and interests (key words):

Political economy, labor market, social insurance, inequality and income determination.


Some recent/important publications:

"The Nouvelle Rich in Central Europe", forthcoming in Birikim, (in Turkish).

"Are Social Safety Nets Protected in Developing Countries at the Age of Globalization", forthcoming in Globalization and developping countries - Economics Implications, Icfai University Press, forthcoming.

"The Determinants of Capital Flight from Turkey", G. Epstein (eds.), Capital Flight and Capital Controls in Developing Countries, Edward Elgar, 2005.

"Origins of Unemployment Insurance and its Application to Turkey", Bogazici University, (in Turkish), Istanbul, August 2005.

"2006: the Year of Latin America", Birikim, No. 203, March, 2006, (in Turkish).

" Globalization: the Revenge of American Capitalism", Birikim, No. 189, January, 2005, co-authored with A. Duman, (in Turkish).

"The Demand for Redistribution in Developing Countries", University of Massachusetts, Amherst, May 2003.

“Inflation Targeting as a Monetary Policy and its Applicability to Developing Countries”, Central Bank of Republic of Turkey, November 2002


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