Ayşe Buğra is a Turkish social scientist, currently Professor of Political Economy at Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History and the co-founder of Social Policy Forum of Boğaziçi University in İstanbul.
After graduating from Robert College of Istanbul, she continued her education at Bogazici University. Having done her Ph.D in Economics at McGill University, Canada, Buğra has produced work on the history and methodology of economics, development economics, and comparative social policy. In addition to various publications in Turkish, English, and French, she is the translator of The Great Transformation by Karl Polanyi into Turkish (1986).
- Sınıftan Sınıfa (with Taylan Acar, Esin Ertürk, Özgür Burçak Gürsoy, Ebru Işıklı, Aysun Kıran and Sevecen Tunç, (2010).
- Reading Karl Polanyi for the 21st Century: Market Economy as Political Project (co-edited with Kaan Agartan, 2009).
- Vatandaşlık Gelirine Doğru (co-edited with Çağlar Keyder, 2007).
- Sosyal Politika Yazıları (co-edited with Çağlar Keyder, 2006).
- Devlet-Piyasa Karşıtlığının Ötesinde: İhtiyaçlar ve Tüketim Üzerine Yazılar (Beyond the State-Market Dichotomy: Essays on Human Needs and Consumption, 2000).
- Islam in Economic Organizations (1999).
- State, Market, and Organizational Form (co-edited with Behlül Üsdiken, 1997).
- State and Business in Modern Turkey: A Comparative Study (1994).
- İktisatçılar ve İnsanlar (On Economists and Human Behavior, 1989).
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