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Kerem Öge

Kerem Oge profile

Visiting Fellow

Room: E1.03

I am a Lecturer in International Political Economy at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and a Visiting Fellow in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick. My research interests are Energy Revenues, Transparency, International Organizations, Political Economy of Natural Resources, Corruption, Energy Geopolitics, the Caspian Region, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Turkey.

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Öge, K. (2017). “Elite Preferences and Impediments to Transparency Promotion in Kazakhstan” Communist and Post-Communist Studies, forthcoming.

Öge, K. (2017). “Transparent Autocracies: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and Civil Society in Authoritarian States”, The Extractive Industries and Society.

Öge, K. (2016) To Disclose or not to Disclose: The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Transparency Reforms. Energy Policy, 98, 133-141.

Öge, K. (2016). Which Transparency Matters? Compliance with Anti-Corruption Efforts in Extractive Industries. Resources Policy, 49, 41-50.

Öge , K. (2015). Geopolitics and Revenue Transparency in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 56(1), 89-110

Öge , K. (2014). The Limits of Transparency Promotion in Azerbaijan: External Remedies to ‘Reverse the Curse’. Europe-Asia Studies, 66(9), 1482-1500.

Atikcan, E. Ö., & Öge , K. (2012). Referendum Campaigns in Polarized Societies: The Case of Turkey. Turkish Studies, 13(3), 449-470.