From Domestic to Global Crisis: Turkey During the 2001–2009 Period

Taymaz, Erol
Voyvoda, Ebru


From magmatic arc to post-collisional back-arc setting in the Tauride-Anatolide Platform (TAP): Overview of the Cadomian basement rocks in Turkey
Gürsu, Semih; Goncuoglu, M. Cemal; Köksal, Serhat; Möller, Andreas (null; 2017-10-25)
A new geodynamic model is proposed to clarify the genesis of the Late Neoproterozoic - Early Cambrian meta-magmatic rocks cropped out in S Turkey. Cadomian basement rocks observed in peri-Gondwanan Turkey crop out in different Alpine tectonic terranes: Strandja, Istanbul Zonguldak Terrane (IZT), Tauride-Anatolide Platform (TAP) and South Anatolian Autochthone Belt (SAAB). Ediacaran magmatic arc and late to post-collisional igneous rocks in Turkey are mainly composed of meta-igneous rocks with a wide range o...
From sandbox to pandemic: Agile reform of Canadian drug regulation
Eren Vural, İpek; Herder, Matthew; Graham, Janice E. (2021-09-01)
© 2021Public health urgency for emerging COVID-19 treatments and vaccines challenges regulators worldwide to ensure safety and efficacy while expediting approval. In Canada, legislative amendments by 2019 Omnibus Bill C-97 created a new "agile" licensing framework known as the "Advanced Therapeutic Pathway" (ATPathway) and modernized the regulation of clinical trials of drugs, vaccines, and medical devices. Bill C-97′s amendments are worthy of attention in Canada and globally, as health product regulation b...
From Textual Markers to Sub-textual Meaning: The Analysis of a Turkish Folktale
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz (The European Legacy, 1997-01-01)
From precarious employment to precarious life : the case of non-appointed teachers in Turkey
Sağıroğlu, Seher; Erdoğan, Necmi; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2013)
The debates on precarious employment and precarization of labor since the 1970s are significant to understand the neo-liberal transformation of labor market and socio-cultural analysis of the new forms of production relations. This study aims to contribute to the academic debates on the precarization and precarious employment by exploring the working and life conditions of non-appointed teachers in Turkey. Nowadays, the non-appointed teachers have faced with the precarious working conditions both in public ...
Akdoğan, Gizem; Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2022-3)
Enterprises, entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurial functions have started to be studied in the 1920s under Max Weber’s influence. From that day to today, scholars have studied “entrepreneurship” and since the 1990s “social entrepreneurship” has drawn the attention of scholars, the private sector, and the public in general. In recent years, social entrepreneurship has received attention also in Turkey; however, it is still a new concept for the country. Although there seems not to be consensus on the definition...
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E. Taymaz and E. Voyvoda, From Domestic to Global Crisis: Turkey During the 2001–2009 Period. 2022.