The Europeanization of Turkish Public Policies

The Europeanization of Turkish Public Policies : A Scorecard

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Turkey's candidacy for membership of the European Union has had mixed effects on its public policies. The initial degree of cohesion between EU and Turkish national policies, practices and institutions has varied by the policy field in question, leading to a complex amalgam of fit and misfit between the two actors. Their interaction in different policy areas has had direct influence both on Turkey's accession to the EU and its own national reform process. With accession negotiations stalled and Turkey's relationship with the EU increasingly tenuous, it is vital to take stock of the extent to which Turkey and the EU are aligned in key policy areas. The Europeanization of Turkish Public Policies: A Scorecard is the first comprehensive work focusing on the impact of the EU accession process upon Turkey's public policies between 1999 and 2014. Complementing the authors' earlier volume Europeanization of Turkey: Polity and Politics, it brings together leading specialists to provide key analyses of the impact of Europeanization on specific areas of Turkey's public policy.
Each chapter applies a core analytical framework to examine a separate policy field, resulting in a consistent and comprehensive volume on Turkey-EU relations. With its focused structure and extensive coverage, concluding with a scorecard enabling informed assessment of the impact of Europeanization on Turkey's public policy areas, this book provides a one-stop resource for scholars and students alike. A timely and informed assessment of the dynamics and outcome of the Europeanization of an EU candidate country's major public policy areas, this book represents an essential resource for those interested in EU-Turkey relations, the effects of Europeanization on Turkey, and Turkish politics.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 210 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 17.78mm | 453g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 black & white illustrations, 13 black & white tables, 1 black & white line drawings
  • 1138840092
  • 9781138840096

About Aylin Guney

Aylin Guney is Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences as well as Jean Monnet Chair at Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey. She focuses on EU enlargement and has authored numerous articles on EU-Turkey relations and Turkish politics. Ali Tekin, currently on leave, was Professor and Vice Dean at Yasar University, Jean Monnet Chair at Bilkent and Visiting Scholar at Harvard. He served as an MP in Turkey and focuses on Turkish and European political economy.
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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Europeanization of Trade Policy: An Asymmetric Track Canan Balkir Chapter 3. Agricultural Policy Subidey Togan Chapter 4. Energy and Trans-European Networks-Energy (TEN-E) Paul A. Williams Chapter 5. Turkish Europeanization Regarding Social and Employment Policy Berrin C. Ataman Chapter 6. The European Union and Turkey's Regional Policy: Europeanization Through Lesson-Drawing Ayse Aslihan Celenk Chapter 7. Transformation of Migration and Asylum Policies in Turkey Bianca Kaiser and Ayhan Kaya Chapter 8. Foreign and Security Policy: A case of the politics of alignment Knud Erik Jorgensen Chapter 9. On the Europeanization of Minority Rights Protection Ioannis N. Grigoriadis Chapter 10. Gender Policy: A Case of Instrumental Europeanization Tore Fougner and Ayca Kurtoglu Chapter 11. The Europeanisation of Education in Turkey Zeynep Arkan and Isik Gurleyen Chapter 12. Conclusion
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