Appraising the integration of sustainable development into sectoral policies: The case of Turkish Science & Technology policies
Erkan Erdil and
Cédric Gossart ()
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Cédric Gossart: Institut TELECOM, TELECOM & Management SudParis, ETOS/CEMANTIC
No 901, STPS Working Papers from STPS - Science and Technology Policy Studies Center, Middle East Technical University
This paper presents the results of a study investigating how sustainable development can be integrated in Turkish science and technology policies. It contributes to the elaboration of the national sustainable development strategy and to the implementation of the EU acquis. The project’s originality for Turkey lies in its methodology (a participatory approach), and in its topic since sustainable development integration has never been dealt with in Turkey. Suggestions to improve this integration include strengthening the links between S&T institutions by entrusting the State Planning Organisation with the sustainable development integration mission, and raising awareness about its win-win advantages.
Keywords: Science and technology policy; Sustainable development integration; Participatory public policy; Environment; Turkey (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2009-05, Revised 2009-05
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