On the eve of the June 7th election, IFEA is pleased to invite you to a public lecture by Prof. Dr. Ali Çarkoğlu (Koç University).
The talk will focus on the various dynamics shaping the vote decision for the upcoming June elections. Drawing a comparison with previous elections, the lecture will rely upon recent data collected in the months of March and April 2015.
Ali Çarkoğlu is Professor of International Relations at Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey. He received PhD in Political Sciences in SUNY-Binghamton (1994); MA in Economics in Rutgers University (1989), MA in Economics in Boğaziçi University (1988), and BA in Economics in Boğaziçi University (1986). His recent research focuses on voting behavior, party systems and political parties, religiosity, social capital, public opinion, and Turkish politics.
Prof. Çarkoğlu has been teaching comparative politics, public choice theory, voting behavior, Turkish politics, research design and methods, basic statistics and regression methods, regression methods for categorical dependent variables, survey methods, and social network analysis. Since September 2013, he serves as the Dean to the College of Administrative Sciences and Economics at Koç University.
The details are as follows:
Date and time: Monday June 1st @18:00
Venue: IFEA, Nuru Ziya sk no:10, Beyoğlu, Istanbul
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please not that all visitors must enter through the security gateway. You will be asked to provide ID credentials and present your personal belongings for X-ray scanning.
Hoping for your presence on that day,