In this research, European footwear industry and its interaction to Turkish footwear industry will be analyzed in the context of Turkey-EU relations. Main target is to frame the impacts of relevant policies implemented to Turkey in its accession process to the European Union and assess the possible outcomes by seeking an answer to the question whether if the legal framework of this industry is being shaped from a top-down approach under the EU directives.
|Publisher:||Anchor Academic Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.22(d)|
About the Author
F. Deniz Erdoğan was born in 1968 in Bursa, a city located in northwest of Turkey. She is a very successful independent shoe entrepreneur and founder of a Turkish brand shoe enterprise called 'Oi Arte' including a beauty salon 'Barbizon'. She recently earned her MA degree in International Relations from the Middle East Technical University, the premier and top university of Turkey, in 2013. She also attended a summer school on political philosophy at Yale University in 2000. Before becoming a businesswoman, she was a researcher at the European Research and Implementation Center in Ankara University in 1991. She earned her business degree from Uludağ University in 1989, and went to American High School in Belgium (1979-82) and Atatürk Anatolian High School in Ankara (1982-85) for secondary education.