|Name Ibrahim Sirkeci|
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Education University of Sheffield
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İbrahim Sirkeci (born 1972) is a British Turkish management scientist, Ria Financial Professor of Transnational Studies and Marketing at the European Business School London, Regent's University London, and Director of Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies.
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Prof ibrahim sirkeci interviewed by islam channel on turkish journalists trial part 2
Sirkeci received his BA in Political Science and Public Administration from Bilkent University, Ankara and PhD in Human Geography from the University of Sheffield.
Prior to joining the European Business School London of Regent's University London, he worked as a Leverhulme Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol, and also as Assistant Professor at a private university in Ankara, Turkey.
He is editor of several international peer-reviewed scholarly journals including Migration Letters, Transnational Marketing Journal, and Goc Dergisi. He authored several books including Cultures of Migration published by University of Texas Press in 2011, and The Environment of Insecurity in Turkey and the Emigration of Turkish Kurds to Germany, was published by Edwin Mellen Press in 2006.
Sirkeci's research focuses on human mobility, remittances, transnational marketing, marketing of higher education, transnational consumers, ethnicity, segmentation, segregation and labour markets, conflict, international migration with particular reference to minorities in the UK, Turkish, Kurdish migration to Germany, Turkey and Iraq.
He has written widely on transnational marketing, international migration, internal migration, population movements, labour market, segregation, ethnic conflict, minorities, Turks, Kurds, and remittances. Sirkeci also writes a weekly column for Turkish daily newspaper Birgun. His research is published in journals including Environment and Planning A, Sociological Research Online, Ethnic and Racial Studies, International Migration, and Journal of Biosocial Science., and Population Review