Panel discussion on green industrialization: Obstacles and opportunities, the case for Turkey


26 - 27 May 2022
Kadir Has University, Istanbul
, Türkiye

How can developing countries respond to crises triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine, rising food and energy prices and climate change, and still deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals?

Developing countries need innovative and integrated policy strategies to pursue resilient, green and transformative development. 

Please join a panel discussion, entitled "Green Industrialization: obstacles and opportunities, the case for Turkey". This is the launch event for the UNCTAD project "Integrated policy strategies and regional policy coordination for resilient, green and transformative development".

Speakers:

  • Richard Kozul-Wright Director, Division on Globalisation and Development Strategies, UNCTAD
  • Gul Unal Senior Economist, UNCTAD
  • Erinc Yeldan Professor of Economics, Kadir Has University, Turkey
  • Ozgur Orhangazi Professor of Economics, Kadir Has University, Turkey
  • Robert Pollin Professor of Economics and Director, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, USA
  • Safdar Sohail Dean, National Institute of Public Policy, National School of Public Policy, Pakistan

Further speakers to be confirmed.

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Co-organizer(s):
Kadir Has University, Istanbul
Sponsor / funding:
UN Peace and Development Trust Fund

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Macroeconomics

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Contact

Ms. Gul Unal
Senior Economic Affairs Officer
UNCTAD
gul.unal@un.org