Irem Inal

İrem İnal is a PhD student at UC Berkeley’s Department of Sociology. She has done research on the factors behind consolidation and organizational change in the credit union industry in the US, and is now contributing to research projects on climate policy lobbying by the oil and gas industry in US states.

Her current work investigates 1) the monitoring of ESG disclosures in Europe and the US from a comparative political economy lens and 2) rural opposition to decarbonization in the US. Prior to moving to Berkeley, she lived in Istanbul where she majored in Economics and Sociology at Boğaziçi University.

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