Pınar Ertör Akyazı

Carbon Pricing Options and EU Harmonization in Turkey: A Behavioral Economics Approach

Pınar Ertör Akyazı

Pınar Ertör Akyazı

Fellowship
IPC Fellowship
Granting institution
Partner institution
Period of the Fellowship
September 2017 - September 2018
Project
Carbon Pricing Options and EU Harmonization in Turkey: A Behavioral Economics Approach
Project description

Pınar Ertör Akyazı will study the interactions among values, preferences, and institutions that aim to address global climate change. More specifically, she will conduct economic experiments on carbon pricing (carbon taxes versus carbon markets) to investigate the behavioral responses these institutions invoke.

Short biography

Banu Karaca received her PhD from The Graduate Center, The City University of New York. Her manuscript “Decivilizing Art: Cultural Policy and Nationalism in Turkey and Germany” examines the entrenchment of art in state violence based on extensive research in the art worlds of Istanbul and Berlin. Some of her recent publications interrogate the politics of intercultural exchange programs in the EU, freedom of expression in the arts, the visualization of gendered memories of war and political violence, and visual literacy.