Academic Staff of Energy Economics, Policy, and Security
 
Hüseyin Can Aksoy
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Law, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, 2013. Civil Law, Basic Concepts of Law, Law of Obligations, Introduction to Contract Law.  
Hasan Tolga Bölükbaşı
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Sociology, McGill University, 2007. Political Economy, European Politics, Comparative Politics.  
John William Day
Instructor
Ph.D., Social Anthropology ?amp; Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, 2013.  
Berk Esen
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Political Science and Government, Cornell University, 2015. International Political Economy, Democratization and Authoritarian Regimes, State-building, Comparative Historical Analysis, Political Economy of Development, Turkish Foreign Policy, Middle East and Latin American Politics.  
Ioannis N. Grigoriadis
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Turkish Politics, University of London, 2005. Turkish Politics, European Politics.  
Refet Soykan Gürkaynak
Professor
Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University, 2004. Monetary economics, financial economics, international economics.  
Clemens Maximilian Hoffmann
Assistant Professor (on leave)
Ph.D., International Relations, University of Sussex, 2010. Historical Sociology, International Relations Theory, State Formation, Environment, African Politics, Ottoman Empire, Turkish Foreign Policy.  
Pınar İpek
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., International Relations, University of Pittsburgh, 2003. International Political Economy, Energy Security, Turkish Political Economy, European Union Energy Policy.  
İbrahim Özgür Özdamar
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Political Science, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2006. International Relations Theory, Foreign Policy Analysis, Research Methods, American Foreign Policy, Black Sea Politics.  
Fatma Taşkın
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Economics, Boston College, 1987. International economics, macroeconomics.  
Dimitri Tsarouhas
Associate Professor (on leave)
Ph.D., Politics, The University of Sheffield, 2005. European Integration, Political Economy, EU-Turkey Relations, Comparative European Politics.  
Alp Erinç Yeldan
Professor
Ph.D., Economics, University of Minnesota, 1988. International economics, development macro-economics, macroeconomic modeling.  

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