Ebru Kurt Özman
Ebru Kurt Özman is a PhD candidate in the Urban Planning programme at the University of Amsterdam. She holds a MSc in Regional Planning, and a BSc in Urban and Regional Planning from Istanbul Technical University. She works as a research assistant of the WHIG project in Amsterdam.
Recent Amsterdam posts
Fragmented governance architectures in Amsterdam
In a new publication in Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, WHIG researchers Tuna Tasan-Kok and Sara Özogul examine entrepreneurial transformations in Amsterdam’s governance of residential property production.Amsterdam’s governance has been long praised for...
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
In a new publication in the journal Planning Practice and Research, WHIG researcher Sara Özogul investigates how planners in Amsterdam learn from interacting with property industry actors, and how their learning experiences travel beyond the project scale to instigate...
One and the same?
Our new article in the Journal of Planning Literature confirms that there is limited academic engagement with investor stratifications. Furthermore, it establishes a new analytical framework for scholars to think along multidimensional lines to prevent...