Dr. Altay Atlı

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS | ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY | TURKEY | ASIA-PACIFIC


  Dr. Altay Atlı is an academic specializing in international political economy, economic diplomacy and international business with a focus on Turkey and the Asia-Pacific region. He is currently a research associate at Sabancı University’s Istanbul Policy Center, and an adjunct professor teaching courses on international political economy, Asian economies and international relations at various universities in Istanbul. Having studied in Turkey and Australia, Dr. Atlı obtained his Ph.D. at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of Boğaziçi University. Dr. Atlı worked as research coordinator at Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEİK), and, in addition to his academic work, he continues to provide consulting services for public and private institutions on international relations, global affairs, Chinese and Asian economies. He is a member of the China Network of Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD); writes a regular column for the Hong Kong based Asia Times;  appears on programs in channels like Bloomberg, BBC World, Turkish Radio Television (TRT), TvNet, CCTV, Channel News Asia, China Radio International  commenting on developments in Asian economies and Turkey’s relations with Asian countries; and authors a blog on Asian current affairs.   PUBLICATIONS
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  Recent publications

August 30, 2017

Turkey begins foray into Southeast Asia through Vietnam
July 22, 2017

China’s growing appetite for Turkish marble

April 21, 2017

Introducing Xi Jinping’s ‘The Governance of China’ in Ankara

 
"Vietnam: Güneydoğu Asya'nın Büyüyen Ekonomisinde Türkiye için Fırsatlar" |  August 2017 "Healing the Wounds: Turkey's Quest for Inclusive Economic Growth" |  June 2017 "Can 'Make in India' Make It? Case for a Stronger Manufacturing Base for Sustainable Growth" |  August 2017