Ebru Turhan

Towards an integrated approach in light of new global challenges, the euro crisis and the debate on the future architecture of the European Union

Ebru Turhan
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Ebru Turhan

Fellowship
IPC Fellowship
Granting institution
Partner institution
Period of the Fellowship
September 2013 - December 2014
Project
Towards an integrated approach in light of new global challenges, the euro crisis and the debate on the future architecture of the European Union
Project description

Her project focuses on the implications for German-Turkish dialogue of new global challenges, the Euro crisis and the debate on the future architecture of the EU.

Short biography

Ebru Turhan is a political scientist and an economist. Her research interests lie in EU-Turkish relations, the role of interests and the significance of norms in the formation of EU enlargement politics. Turhan received a B.A. degree in economics from the University of Marmara, and a joint master’s degree in contemporary European studies from the University of Bath, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Freie Universität Berlin. She obtained her doctoral degree in political science from the University of Cologne in February 2012: Decisions Related to Turkey’s Accession to the EU: Interests vs. Norms (2012).