My research lies at the intersection of philosophy and economics. I focus on the normative questions around markets, international trade and socio-economic rights. I am also interested in democratic theory, issues of migration, Marxism and critical theory.
I studied economics at Middle East Technical University (METU) and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). Between 2010 and 2015, I wrote my doctoral thesis entitled ''In Defense of a Democratic Account of Human Rights'' at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since then, I worked as a project assistant in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Turkey office and as a tutor in International Studies Bachelor Program at Leiden University. In summer 2017, I took up the position of University Lecturer in the Institute for Philosophy at Leiden University.
2017 - present - University Lecturer, Institute for Philosophy, Leiden University.
2016 - 2017 - Tutor, International Studies, Leiden University.
2015 - 2016 - Project Assistant, UNDP Ankara Office.
2006- 2007 - Teaching Assistant, Middle East Technical University.
2010-2015 - PhD, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE), Erasmus University Rotterdam.
2010 - Research Master in Philosophy and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
2007 - Master of Science in Economics, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
2004- Bachelor of Science in Economics, Middle East Technical University, Ankara
2004- Minor in History of Philosophy, Middle East Technical University, Ankara
International Studies (BA)
Philosophical Perspectives on Politics and the Economy (MA)
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