Associate In Research
Kenan Karakulah is an Associate in Research at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID). He is working on a wide range of areas ranging from health and food security to development and energy.
Before joining the DCID, he worked at Turkish Treasury for about six years. While at Turkish Treasury, he worked on wide range of areas like social security, labor market policies, health policies, energy policies, executing ownership rights of State Owned Enterprises, and internal control and independent audit. He has attended many international conferences as a speaker and panelist to share his experience on energy policies and Turkish pension reform. Kenan has also worked at the World Bank during his time at MIDP on a project called Enabling the Business of Agriculture, for which he helped in gathering data for transport indicator of the project, preparing scoring methodology, and carrying out comparative analyses.
He holds a Master of International Development Policy from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy and a BS in Economics from TOBB University of Economics and Technology – Turkey. He is also certified Assistant Actuary since 2015.
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