Who is Can Selçuki?
Can Selçuki holds a MSc degree in Economics from University Bocconi. Before co-founding Istanbul Economy, a public opinion and big data firm, Can worked as an economist at the World Bank Ankara Office working both with the public and private partners in private sector development. His work at the World Bank focused on regional development, competition and innovation policies. Prior to working at the World Bank, Can worked as an economics researcher at the Brussels based think tank the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) for three years. He is the author of several papers and reports on trade competitiveness, regional development and innovation policy in Turkey. He is frequent commentator on Turkey and the region in print and visual media such as BBC World and FT and regularly writes on Turkish economy and politics in Turkish and international print such as Foreign Policy.
May 11, 2021 The failure in pandemic management
January 05, 2021 Should the HDP be banned?
November 11, 2020 2021: The longest year for President Erdoğan
October 14, 2020 How popular is President Erdoğan?
October 02, 2020 Changing the perception of the economy
September 06, 2020 Turkish Politics trying to crack its shell
August 28, 2020 How Turks pick their political side in Turkey?
August 01, 2020 Who is pleased with the presidential system in Turkey?
May 16, 2020 Unemployment is looming on the Horizon
May 09, 2020 Turks uneasy about the “normalization” process
May 02, 2020 IMF still negatively connoted amongst Turkish people
April 25, 2020 Turkey's looming economic crisis
April 18, 2020 COVID-19 donations in Turkey overshadowed by politics
April 04, 2020 Municipalities vs. Erdoğan's gov't
March 27, 2020 Which curve will Erdoğan's government save?
March 21, 2020 What we need in Turkey is a sense of urgency, not panic
March 14, 2020 Turks don’t trust anyone
March 06, 2020 Erdoğan gov't risks losing domestic support for Idlib
February 29, 2020 What Turkey's voters dislike most about their parties
February 20, 2020 Turkey's most pressing challenge is long-term unemployment
February 14, 2020 Why do Turkish people vote?
February 07, 2020 How ready are we for earthquake?
January 24, 2020 What about new alliances in Turkish politics?
January 18, 2020 The politics of polarization are losing ground in Turkey
January 11, 2020 Turkey united against sending troops to Libya
January 03, 2020 Too many hard sells for Erdoğan's government