Social Policy and Development Seminars: Targeted Campaigns in Education What Are They Good for and When: Evidence from Turkey’s 'Haydi Kızlar Okula' Campaign

Thursday, January 3, 2019 - 14:00
Konferanslar, Seminerler, Atölye Çalışmaları
Bogazici University, John Freely Seminar Room
Dr Emine Deniz

Development Analytics and Bogazici University's Social Policy Forum are now collaborating for Social Policy and Development Seminars.

These seminars aim to bring together PhD students, academics, and researchers to stimulate a discussion about current research in social policies and global development. While giving young researchers an opportunity to present their work and get feedback from other researchers in the field, these meetings also establish a network among them.

Early career academics and researchers are encouraged to submit their research and abstracts to us through youngscholars@developmentanalytics.org E-mails should include the candidate's CV, a short bio, and the abstract of the intended presentation.

Our next seminar will take place on Thursday, January 3 at Bogazici University's South Campus. Emine Deniz, PhD will present her paper entitled "Targeted Campaigns in Education What Are They Good for and When: Evidence from Turkey’s Haydi Kızlar Okula Campaign".

Please note, due to limited space and safety and security regulations of the university, registrations are compulsory and open until Thursday, 27 December 5 PM Istanbul time.

About the author/presenter:

Dr Emine Deniz is a faculty fellow at the Association for Analytical Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies, and a research fellow at the Global Relations Forum. She recently joined Özyeğin University’s Department of International Relations as a faculty member. Her research interests are the political economy of conflict and development, with a regional focus on Turkey. She explores the micro-level causes and consequences of insurgent conflict, especially in the areas of investment, education, and law. Dr Deniz holds a Ph.D.in Political Science from New York University.