Category Archives: Broad Perspectives

Global Ekonominin Krizi, Müşterek Ekonomi Politikalarının Yükselişine Yer Açar Mı?

Covid-19 süreci, makro ve mikro düzeyde ekonomi politikalarında benzeri görülmemiş değişiklikler meydana getirdi. Bunlarla ilgili özetleri daha önce yapmıştım (longviewturkey.com/covid-19-ve-ulkelerin-acikladigi-ekonomik-destek-paketleri/ ve longviewturkey.com/covid-19-pandemisi-ve-ekonomik-etki-tek-yonlu-mu/ ) . Tahminim üretimdeki değişiklik sürecini ıskalayan ve ‘eski normale dönüş’ amacı güden politika araçlarının uzun vadede hiçbir etkisi olmayacağı yönünde. Büyük ihtimalle bu yüzdendir ki, finans sektör verileri, araçları ve muhasebe sistemi […]

2020 Değil; 2030 Büyümesi İçin Hangi Göstergelere Bakacağız?

Finansal piyasaların öncelikli olarak dikkate aldığı rakamlar var. Ana hikaye herhangi bir finansal enstrümanda yön değişikliği ve büyümenin hacmi olduğu için, bakılan göstergeler belli bir zamanın ötesine ışık tutucu olamıyor. Ya da bireysel refah veya gelecek nesiller açısından ne ifade ettiği oldukça muğlak kalıyor. Tam olarak bu yüzden, finansal piyasaların pek dikkate almadığı rakamlar, ülkelerin […]

‘Baby Boomers Style Thinking’ and Volume Crazy Economic Data: Are They Getting Irrelevant?

This week, there was an article in Linked-in by Lex Sokolin, explaining the reasoning behind ‘memetic dismissal of the Millennials – ‘Ok, Boomer!’ and linking it to fin-tech developments. He wrote this: Chlöe Swarbrick, a 25-year old climate MP was presenting her climate change case to the New Zealand parliament, and was heckled by an […]

Can Sustainable Finance Catch-Up With Young People’s Sense of Urgency?

This post was originally posted in Linked-in on November 5, 2019 Last week, there were series of meetings on sustainable development and Sustainable Development Goals in Istanbul as Professor Jeffrey Sachs, head of UN SDSN was visiting town. I was at two of them; BCSD Turkey’s Sustainable Finance Meeting and SDSN Turkey’s meeting at Bogazici […]

Transforming Development With Food?

This post was originally posted in Linked-in on September 30,2019 Whenever possible, I try to attend conferences that I am personally interested in, other than the economic issues. And yet, if the conference holders adopt a multidisciplinary approach, issues are almost always related to economic development as well. Last week, I attended an international food […]

My ‘Biased’​ Hearing From Globalization 4.0

This article was first posted in Linkedin Posts on February 1st, 2019 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-biased-hearing-from-globalization-40-pelin-yenigun-dilek/ There were over 180 sessions in WEF’s Globalization 4.0 themed Davos meetings this year. I listened to 15-16 of them on-line and tried to understand the common emerging themes around globalization, EMs, SMEs, and sustainable development. Most of the sessions were fulfilling […]