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Dr. Emre Tayyip Erdogan

Wrong Dr. Emre Tayyip Erdogan?

Prime Minister

Local Address:  Ankara , Turkey
Turkey
 
Background

Employment History

  • Founding Partner
    Infakto Research Workshop
  • Political Scientist and Partner
    Infakto Research Workshop
  • Founding Partner
    Infakto
  • Head
    Infakto
  • Adjunct Professor
    Istanbul Bilgi

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Infakto Research Workshop
  • Member
    ARI Movement
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Turkey's Prime Minister ...
www.orlandosentinel.com, 3 Jan 2014 [cached]
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the cabinet meeting in Ankara
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the cabinet meeting in Ankara (Umit Bektas Reuters, / December 30, 2013)
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Appointed with the approval of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, central bank governor Erdem Basci has pursued a low-interest policy closely associated with the ruling AK Party's drive to build Turkey up as an industrial power.
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"In Turkey's political environment, a strong economic performance is essential to ensure the acceptance of the government," said Emre Erdogan, founder of Istanbul's Infakto Research Workshop, which studies public opinion.
"As it becomes more difficult for the government to demonstrate this, things start to get more unstable and unpredictable," said Erdogan, who is unrelated to the premier.
But Dr. Emre Erdogan, a ...
www.worldpublicopinion.org, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
But Dr. Emre Erdogan, a political scientist and partner of Infakto Research Workshop, a major polling firm based in Istanbul, says Turkish views of the United States have deteriorated largely because of security concerns, not religious ones.
"This sudden and rapid decrease in positive attitudes towards the US is an outcome of the invasion [of Iraq]," Erdogan said, adding that polls in Turkey show that the public thinks that the invasion has "led to increasing terrorist threats toward Turkey."
"Turkish public opinion perceives the US as the worst enemy of Turkey as a result of the intensifying terrorist activities of the PKK," he said, using the acronym for the Kurdistan Workers' Party, which has been fighting for autonomy in southeast Turkey since 1984.
According to Erdogan, Turks believe that separatist guerrillas operating out of bases in Iraq's northern mountains have grown stronger since the fall of Saddam Hussein and Turkish media frequently air evidence of alleged US collaboration with the PKK.
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"Consequently, this intolerance and antipathy towards the PKK become converted to the perception of the US as the major enemy of the country," Erdogan said.
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Erdogan says that until recently even Turks who disliked the US government tended to appreciate Americans and their culture.Now he sees an "emerging antipathy towards the Americans and the US life style."
"Our previous research [indicated] that the climate of Turkish public opinion was ‘anti-Bushism' rather than ‘anti-Americanism," he said."Nevertheless, recent findings indicate a change of the climate towards anti-Americanism."
]]> 393@http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/ BR-MiddleEast/N.Africa-RA 2007-09-05T09:47:44-05:00 Q & A: Emre Erdogan, Infakto Research WorkshopTurkeyUS_Aug07_img2.jpghttp://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/articles/brmiddleeastnafricara/391.php Dr. Erdogan is a founding partner of Infakto Research Workshop in Istanbul and a member of ARI Movement, an independent research and educational organization.He spoke with WPO via email.
In the latest Pew Global Attitudes poll, more than four out of five Turks (83%) express unfavorable views of the United States . That's the second highest percentage (after the Palestinians) among the 10 Muslim nations polled.
Washington Post: Admirers, Hopeful of Change, Await U.S. President in Turkey | Umut Oran
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But now we have identical policies with the Obama administration," said Ahmet Davutoglu, Erdogan's chief foreign policy adviser, who called Obama's visit "historic."
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"People believe Obama has warmer feelings toward the Muslim world and the relationship will be different," said Emre Erdogan, head of Infakto.
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Turks vehemently deny any mass killings, and Erdogan, in a speech Friday in London, again dismissed the "so-called genocide. Many people interviewed said their opinion of Obama would sour immediately if he mentioned Armenian "genocide." In a narrow alley of ancient wood-and-brick houses, Handan Tunc, 33, a mother of two, said she hoped Obama's leadership could help reverse the global economic crisis. She said her husband's small business selling socks and underwear had decreased by 70 percent. "We don't know yet what Obama will do, but there is something about him that makes us think he will do better," she said.
Turkey's Prime Minister ...
uk.news.yahoo.com, 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the cabinet meeting in Ankara | Analysis - Economy becomes liability for Turkey's scandal-hit government Analysis - Economy becomes liability for Turkey's scandal-hit government - Yahoo News UK
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Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the cabinet meeting in Ankara December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
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Reuters/Reuters - Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the cabinet meeting in Ankara December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
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Appointed with the approval of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, central bank governor Erdem Basci has pursued a low-interest policy closely associated with the ruling AK Party's drive to build Turkey up as an industrial power.
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"In Turkey's political environment, a strong economic performance is essential to ensure the acceptance of the government," said Emre Erdogan, founder of Istanbul's Infakto Research Workshop, which studies public opinion.
"As it becomes more difficult for the government to demonstrate this, things start to get more unstable and unpredictable," said Erdogan, who is unrelated to the premier.
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These threats to the AK Party's economic record may explain the vehemence of a New Year's Day speech by Erdogan, who told Turks that foreign-backed elements, which he did not name, were trying to steal "the bread on your table, the money in your pocket, the sweat on your brow".
The AK Party came to power in 2002 after unstable coalition governments from the 1990s until 2001 ran into repeated balance of payments problems and economic crises.
"Under the AK Party, people felt that having a strong, united government meant crises could no longer happen," said Emre Erdogan, the researcher. "So the economic problems now are worrying people."
Appointed with the approval of Prime ...
www.greeknewsonline.com, 7 Jan 2014 [cached]
Appointed with the approval of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, central bank governor Erdem Basci has pursued a low-interest policy closely associated with the ruling AK Party's drive to build Turkey up as an industrial power.
...
"In Turkey's political environment, a strong economic performance is essential to ensure the acceptance of the government," said Emre Erdogan, founder of Istanbul's Infakto Research Workshop, which studies public opinion.
"As it becomes more difficult for the government to demonstrate this, things start to get more unstable and unpredictable," said Erdogan, who is unrelated to the premier.
...
These threats to the AK Party's economic record may explain the vehemence of a New Year's Day speech by Erdogan, who told Turks that foreign-backed elements, which he did not name, were trying to steal "the bread on your table, the money in your pocket, the sweat on your brow".
The AK Party came to power in 2002 after unstable coalition governments from the 1990s until 2001 ran into repeated balance of payments problems and economic crises.
"Under the AK Party, people felt that having a strong, united government meant crises could no longer happen," said Emre Erdogan, the researcher. "So the economic problems now are worrying people."
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