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Trade liberalization and competitive structure in Turkey during the 1980s
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1996)
All present-day industrial and developing countries have, at one time or another, protected their manufacturing industries. Turkey is no exception. It has protected import-substituting industries over exports and industry ...
Ebu's Su`ud's definition of church vakfs: theory and practice in Ottoman law
Turkey: a middle power in the new order
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1997)
This chapter analyses the role of middle powers in international politics in times of uncertainty and in regions which are marked by a high degree of instability. The focus is on Turkey’s role in the post-Cold War era in ...
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1998)
Central, East European, Baltic and Turkish Economies: a view to future membership in the EU
(The American University in Cairo Press, 1998)
A comparative study of socio-cultural change in two Turkish Villages: Saray and Gicik
(Croatian Anthropological Society, Zagreb, 1994)
(Blackwell Publishers, 1999)
This chapter consists of a glossary listing people, places, activities, and creations of the Anglo‐Saxons that begin with the alphabet 'R'. It provides a detailed description of each of them, supplemented with illustrations ...
Russia and South-West Asia: a view from the region
(Oxford University Press, 1999)
This chapter explores the main direction, purposes and priorities of the foreign policy of the Russian Federation in South-West Asia1 as it evolved in the 1990s. Like tsarist Russia, the former Soviet Union was a powerful ...
Reforming parliamentary procedure in Turkey
(Institute of Developing Economies, 1999)
Despite the fact that legislatures perform varying functions in different political systems, their power is doubted. It is argued that "even in liberal democracies, many complain about their impotence, their decline, their ...
Does money matter? A deterministic model with cash-in-advance constraints in factor markets
(Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1999)
This paper points to the importance of finance constraints in affecting competitive outcomes in economies that operate with money. We study a simple dynamic economy that operates through the use of fiat money under ...