My research is located at the intersection of on comparative public policy, regulatory governance, and (international) political economy. I am also interested in individuals' multiple identities and how they relate to the political economy of (financial/banking) regulation.
An overview of my current research agenda can be found here:
Independent from Whom? Policy Capacity and Political Economy of Regulatory Agency Independence and Banking Regulation (Book Manuscript)
Diffuse Interests and Regulatory Policy Change: Insights from the Regulation of Retail Banking Fees, Commissions, and Charges in Turkey
Exploring Policy Transfer, Bureaucratic Politics and Policy Capacity in Macroprudential Regulatory Governance: Insights from the Turkish Case
A “Sisyphean Task”? Macroprudential Regulation and Regulatory Governance
Regulatory Agencies, Bureaucratic Politics and Policy Capacity: Independent from Whom?
Formation of Macroprudential Policy Design and Implementation Constituency (with Caner Bakir and Sinan Akgunay)
The Role of Diffuse Interest Groups in Countering the Multiple Identity Problem in Banking Regulation