M.A. Thesis

2019

 

Anıl Gencelli (2019). An Analysis of the Rehabilitation Policies in Turkey From the Perspectives of Disability Rights Activists, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Çağla Gün (2019). Public-Private Partnership in Turkish Healthcare Provision: The City Hospital Model, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Didem Gürbüz (2019). Reclassifying the Turkish Welfare Regime in the Light of Child Well-Being Indicators, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Müge Gülmez (2019). Attitudes of Young Workers Towards Private Pension Plans in Turkey, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Simla Serim. (2019). Educational Well-Being of Syrian Refugee Children in Public Schools: A Qualitative Study in Istanbul, Thesis Advisor: Serra Müderrisoğlu.

 

Sercan Zülfikar. (2019). Turkey’s Tobacco Control Policies in Comparative Perspective: An Analysis of Anti-Tobacco NGO Stances, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Şeyma Nazlı Gürbüz (2019). Refugee Women's Employment in Turkey's Humanitarian Response to the Syrian Crisis: A Qualitative Documentary Analysis, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Şule Nur Sarper (2019). The Role of Domestic Politics in the 2006 Corporate Tax Reform in Turkey, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

2018

 

Merve Kardelen Bilir. (2018). Mental Health Care Policy Reform in Turkey: User Group Perspectives, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Muhammet Halil Toprak. (2018). Tax Policies and Social Expenditures: Comparing Impacts on Inequality and Poverty in Turkey and Mexico, Thesis Advisor: Ünal Zenginobuz.

 

Nazlı Avşaroğlu. (2018). A Cash-for-Care Scheme Targeting Children With Disabilities in Turkey: Parent/Caregiver Perspectives, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

2017

 

Anıl Gürbüztürk. (2017). Social Housing Policy and the Welfare Regime in Turkey: A Comparative Perspective, Thesis Advisor: Ayşe Buğra.

 

Elifcan Çelebi. (2017). The Local Welfare System in Turkey: The Case of Municipal Care Services in Istanbul, Thesis Advisor: Volkan Yılmaz.

 

Yunus Furkan Arıcan. (2017). The Contesting Roles of the Hak-İş Trade Union Confederation: Class and Political Identities, Thesis Advisor: Ayşe Buğra.