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    • Fiscal decentralization : a political economy approach 

      Aslım, Erkmen Giray (Bilkent University, 2013)
      This study presents a theoretical approach to analyze income and welfare implications of fiscal decentralization in a static closed economy model where political factors are taken into account. We provide two alternative ...
    • From old to new: a third way or the end of alternative politics? the case of the British Labour Party 

      Üçkardeşler, Emre (Bilkent University, 1999)
      This thesis critically analyses the ideological transformation of the British Labour Party. Following an investigation of the nature and basic dimensions of party’s conventional ideology, the main focus will be on ...
    • Geçmişten günümüze Darüşşafakalılar Derneği 

      Çakır, Fatih; Demirel, Umut; Ok, Arda Mert; İlmez, Ufuk Utku; Özer, Miraç Batuhan (Bilkent University, 2018)
      Bu çalışmada, Darüşşafakalılar Derneği’nin kurulduğu tarihten itibaren günümüze kadar olan gelişimi, değişimi, yaşanan çeşitli olaylar ile bu olayların çıkış nedenleri ve sonuçları ayrıca derneğin geçirdiği değişim ve ...
    • Optimal fiscal decentralization: Redistribution and welfare implications 

      Aslim, E. G.; Neyapti, B. (Elsevier, 2017)
      The literature has been inconclusive regarding the welfare effects of fiscal decentralization (FD), defined here as the extent to which local governments collect and spend local tax revenues. We present an original model ...
    • The possibility of modified hedonism 

      Berkovski, S. (Blackwell Publishing, 2012)
      A popular objection to hedonist accounts of personal welfare has been the experience machine argument. Several modifications of traditional hedonism have been proposed in response. In this article I examine two such ...