Doğan Durna

Visiting Scholar
European Union Expert, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Republic of Turkey
Primary office:
416 Green Hall


Doğan Durna analyzes agricultural biotechnology policy and law in Turkey. His research explores international biotechnnological inventions and plant varieties and their application in the Turkish agricultural sector.

Education

MPA, Institute of Public Administration for Turkey and MIddle East, Ankara, 2010; LL.B., Marmara University Faculty of Law, Istanbul, 2003.

Career History

  • Youth Expert, Center for European Union Education and Youth Programmes, Ankara, 2012-15.
  • General Directorate of European Union and Foreign Relations, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Ankara, 2007-12.

Research

  • Agriculture Policy
  • Biotechnology Law

Selected Publications

  • Coauthor, Turkish Government Organization Manual, TODAIE, Ankara, 2012.
  • The Procedures and Principles of Drafting Legislation, Adalet, Ankara, 2009.

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