About Me

I am final year a DPhil candidate in International Development at the University of Oxford. I hold an MSc in Development Economics and Policy from University of Manchester and a BA in Economics from University of Strasbourg. In my doctoral thesis, I conduct research on the impact of income inequality and its perception on corruption. I currently work as a consultant for United Nations University in their World Income Inequality Database project and previously worked for the World Bank. You can find my full CV below. In this website, I write articles in Turkish about macroeconomical developments in Turkey and the globe.

Çınar’s CV