Private Sector Solutions

The current period of global political turbulence has a direct impact on private sector decision making processes. To a large degree, business and investment habits developed from the second half of the 20th century to the present day are faced with new risks. Working out how the private sector should address new areas of risk and manage the effects of geopolitical crises is now recognized as a specific field of analysis.

Ever since the first years of the 21st century, Turkey and its surrounding regions have been the crossroads of Eurasia, a critical central point of global political turbulence where geopolitical risks and crises conjoin. Crises that emerge in this region are easily transmitted to the West via Europe and to the East via the Middle East.

It is a significant asset that the private sector in the Eurasian region, especially Turkey, is in possession of regional analyses to draw a road map and limit risks in periods of crisis.

The migrant and refugee crises, tensions in Caucasia, Russian-oriented issues, and ongoing turbulence in the Middle East all require close analysis. Although the private sector’s PR communications activities help recognize new risks and trends, they may not be sufficient to draw an accurate road map.

At a time when the global order is under severe question, regular studies that examine crises on the spot and present consistent recommendations fill a vital vacuum. For the private sector they are a geopolitical Sherpa guide, a crucial tool in setting the right course in the turbulence and volatility in Eurasia. With its highly qualified and experienced team, the Ankara Institute offers a customized version of this guide.     

Public Sector Solutions

We are in an era when responsible long-term public sector solutions and sophisticated political advice seeking to address the global political atmosphere are under challenge by simplistic populist and palliative responses.  This state of affairs serves to restrict public sector decision making processes while also having an effect on the quality of risk management.

In such periods, the decision making processes of public sector bodies can be rendered more efficient and effective when guided by the production of high-quality, independent and responsible information and data. Impactful projects, sound projections, in-depth risk analyses and long-term answers can support public sector decision making and policy solutions.  

Public sector solutions facilitate and give credibility to bureaucratic, institutional and governmental decision making processes as well as ensuring a dynamic field of action when it comes to public opinion.

“Public policy solutions” combine public sector, academic and global practices with private sector experiences over diverse projects in a wide spectrum ranging from healthcare to the economy, from foreign policy to education. They provide analyses, assessments and projections that take account of scientific and public sector sensitivities.

Impact analyses, the most common area of public sector-focused work, yield unbiased, independent, academically in-depth public sector policy solutions and public policy risk stress tests. 

Public sector risk stress tests consider various indexes to present decision makers with a highly detailed road map drawn tested by direct field research, facilitating precautionary measures against possible risks. The Ankara Institute has a highly developed capacity to take account of public sector sensitivities and assess not only in-country analytic units but regional and global risks as well.