The case, finished in July 2011, is an update of Turkey 2004, which received an ecch prize. It reviews the history, politics, business system, foreign policies of Turkey in a global setting. This case is part of a rolling series of country cases on emerging markets. Each case is approached in one of a number of ways: if I teach policy process, we start with the who-the key players, their rationale, the tools they use to promote their interests/purposes; the outcomes, and the feedbacks. If the focus is on the business system, I look at the culture, institutions and structure of the business system, in the context of the the state, the country’s material conditions, and perceived history; and the physical and ideational external worlds.
The case is available at the ECCH website.
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