Kemal derviş, a former minister of economic affairs of turkey and administrator for the united nations development programme, is a senior fellow at the brookings institution. writing for ps since. 121 commentaries. kemal derviş started teaching economics at the middle east technical university in 1974 and has since taught several years at princeton university in the 1970s and as an adjunct professor at. kemal derviş is vice president and director of global economy and development.
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