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The development problem under embodiment
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2006)
This paper studies technology adoption in an optimal growth model with embodied technical change. The economy consists of the final good sector, the capital sector, and the technology sector which role is the imitation of ...
Book acquisition in the medieval Franciscan order
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2003)
The need to provide the friars with a sound theological formation for preaching and pastoral care forced the Franciscan order to establish a hierarchical network of convent schools in the Middle Ages. This inevitably ...
Simulation of benefits and risks after the planned privatization of the pension system in Turkey
The recently started process of social security reform in Turkey is widely argued to have a significant potential to affect the direction of further development of financial markets in the country in the years ahead, ...
Gender in political sex scandals in contemporary Turkey: women’s agency and the public sphere
Sex scandals in politics lead to intense public debates about fundamental issues, such as morality, publicity, and privacy, rendering gender inequalities more visible than ever. This article aims to reveal the complex ...
Oakeshott's theory of freedom as recognized contingency
(SAGE Publications, 2003)
This article argues that Oakeshott's theory of freedom possesses a greater degree of coherence than is often perceived. Freedom in Oakeshott's philosophy may be defined as 'recognized contingency', combining the notions ...
Islam, modernity, and democracy in contemporary Turkey: The case of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2003)
Ideas and change in foreign policy instruments: soft power and the case of the Turkish international cooperation and development agency
(Oxford University Press, 2015-04-01)
Constructivism in the International Relations literature mainly focuses on the constitutive interaction between international norms and state actions. Few studies explore when ideas at the domestic level matter in foreign ...
How (not) to disappear completely: pedagogical potential of research methods in international relations
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2015)
The question of research methods, and their role in the field, is a major source of contention for IR scholars. We can, however, discuss method, methodology, and innovation without revising or revisiting old debates. Methods ...
Patterns of financial capital flows and accumulation in the post-1990 Turkish economy
The purpose of this paper is twofold: using time series econometrics, we first investigate the determinants of short-term foreign capital inflows for Turkey following its capital account liberalization in 1989. We next ...
Globalization, civil society and citizenship in Turkey: actors, boundaries and discourses
In recent years, civil society has become one of the most important concerns of academic and public discourse. It would not be a mistake to propose that today there is a strong, effective and even over-glorified talk about ...