Political business cycles, debt and inflation in Turkey

Tutar, İbrahim


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As the use of PC's and handheld devices increase, it expected that wireless communication would also grow. One of the major concerns in wireless communication is the security. Virtual Private Network (VPN) is the most secure solution that ensures three main aspect of security: authentication, accountability and encryption can use in wireless networks. Most VPNs have built on IP Security Protocol (IPSec) to support end-to-end secure data transmission. IPSec is a wellunderstood and widely used mechanism for w...
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Polar codes, introduced by Arıkan, are linear block codes that can achieve the capacity of symmetric binary-input discrete memoryless channels with low encoding and decoding complexity. Polar codes of block length N are constructed by channel polarization method, which consists of channel combining and splitting operations to obtain N polarized subchannels from N copies of binary-input discrete memoryless channels. As N grows, symmetric channel capacities of the polarized subchannels converge to either 0 or...
Semantic interoperability of the un/cefact ccts based electronic business document standards
Kabak, Yıldıray; Doğaç, Asuman; Department of Computer Engineering (2009)
The interoperability of the electronic documents exchanged in eBusiness applications is an important problem in industry. Currently, this problem is handled by the mapping experts who understand the meaning of every element in the involved document schemas and define the mappings among them which is a very costly and tedious process. In order to improve electronic document interoperability, the UN/CEFACT produced the Core Components Technical Specification (CCTS) which defines a common structure and semanti...
Critical acts without a critical mass: The substantive representation of women in the Turkish parliament
Ayata, Ayşe (2008-07-01)
Drawing upon in-depth interviews with 20 women MPs and parliamentary debates during the amendment of the Turkish Civil and Penal Codes, we elaborate on the possibility and conditions of women's impact on politics without their constituting a critical mass in the parliament. Our research reveals that when state machinery, women's machinery, and supra-national agencies have created a conducive context, as in the case of the last decade in Turkey, the substantive representation of women's issues become possibl...
Crisis and search for political alternatives in Southern Europe: SYRIZA, Indignados and Five Stars Movement
Bozkurt Güngen, Sümercan (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2014-12)
The main purpose of this article is to examine and discuss political strategies of three different political organizations -SYRIZA in Greece, 15M Movement/Indignados in Spain, and M5S/Five Stars Movement in Italy- which gained prominence during the debt crisis management processes in Southern Europe in the late 2000s and early 2010s. It particularly focuses upon alternative strategies framed or implied by them regarding the way out of the debt and legitimacy crises. It is argued that their emergence as...
Citation Formats
İ. Tutar, “Political business cycles, debt and inflation in Turkey,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.