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    • Firms’ strategic preferences, national institutions and the European Union’s internal energy market: a challenge to European integration 

      Ipek, P.; Williams, P. A. (European Communities Studies Association, 2010-11-12)
      Although liberal intergovernmentalism claims that economic interest groups shape national preferences towards integration, while neofunctionalism assumes that these groups support integration for its expected economic ...
    • Future of Turkey in the European Union 

      Güney, A. (Elsevier, 2005-05)
      Turkey’s future in the European Union (EU) is a subject of intense debate both in Europe and in Turkey today. Although Turkey first applied to join the EU 45 years ago, it is the only candidate country, which has not yet ...
    • Future of Turkey-EU relations: a civilisational discourse 

      Tekin, A. (Pergamon Press, 2005)
      Should or can Turkey join the European Union (EU)? This paper argues that there are three alternative scenarios of the EU decision to grant membership to Turkey: 'privileged relationship offer,' 'wait and see attitude,' ...
    • Turkey: toward EU accession 

      Togan, S. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2004)
      The purpose of this paper is to study selected aspects of Turkish accession to the EU. Joining the EU will require that Turkey attains macroeconomic stability, adopts the Common Agricultural Policy, and liberalizes its ...
    • Twenty years of the EU-Turkey customs union: a synthetic control method analysis 

      Aytuğ, H.; Kütük, M. M.; Oduncu, A.; Togan, S. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2017)
      The paper studying the 1995 EU–Turkey Customs Union (CU) delivers a quantitative assessment of trade and GDP per capita effects of the CU on the Turkish economy. Our Synthetic Control Method based analysis reveals, contrary ...