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Fatma Gül Ünal

Fatma Gül ünal has taught Economics at Bard College at Simon's Rock, Bucknell University, and at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst, where she is a staff economist at the Center for Popular Economics.  She currently works as an economist for the United Nations Development Programme Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific in New York. Her research interests include the political economy of gender, asset and income inequality, poverty within the context of rural economies, and environmental and resource economics. She has received fellowships from the University of Manchester, Cambridge University, and the University of Utah to participate in workshops on development economics, inequality, poverty, and gender, and has taught economics classes for women's organizations and unions. ünal holds a PhD in Economics from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA.

Works

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Land Ownership Inequality and Rural Factor Markets in Turkey
A Study for Critically Evaluating Market Friendly Reforms

Palgrave Macmillan
A thorough analysis of the interconnection between inequality and rural factor markets, Ünal's work focuses on the intersection of agriculture and inequality....
Fatma Gül Ünal

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