Workers in the small industry: employment social space and patterns of class formation

Geniş, Arif


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Knowledge is one of the most important capitals in this information era. Maximizing the use of knowledge for improving entrepreneurship, innovation and technological development while focusing on the long-term vision of the organization, will enhance the organization resilience to challenges and obstacles and improve its competitiveness. With that awareness and realizations of the importance of well-managed knowledge, more and more enterprises, including Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), are incorporatin...
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This study examines the ways in which the concept of 'national design' informs evaluation of products and their designers, through the example of the field of industrial design in Turkey and the recently influential design magazine Art+Decor. For this purpose, first of all, 'evaluation' is analyzed as a means in which meanings are imposed on products, and as a tool in struggles for positions and status within the field of industrial design. Then, the role of 'nationality' in such a function of evaluation is...
An Ethnic group embedded in multiple identities: the case of Iraqi Turkmens in Turkey
Yıldız, Tunahan; Çıtak Aytürk, Zana Ayşe; Department of International Relations (2016)
The Iraqi Turkmens have remained on the agenda of Turkish foreign policy, media and society on different occasions for many years. They have been at the heart of many critical issues in Iraq due to their strategic location despite their relatively underestimated political position. In addition, the Iraqi Turkmen society offers an appropriate case to analyze different identities in the Middle East. With reference to these two interrelated facts, this thesis is an attempt to understand the identity of the Ira...
ICT adoption, software investment and firm efficiency in Turkey
Fındık, Derya; Tansel, Aysıt; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2013)
This thesis examines the impact of firm resources on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) adoption by the Turkish business enterprises and the impact of software investment on firm efficiency by using firm level data. ICT adoption is measured at three levels: The first level is technology ownership. The second level is the presence of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer resource management (CRM). The third level is the use of narrowband and broadband technologies. The impact of firm ...
Comparison of an Emerging Seat of Arbitration and Leading Arbitration Seats and Recommendations for Reform
Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Dikmen Toker, İrem (2018-02-01)
Arbitration is an increasingly popular alternative form of resolution for construction disputes. After the establishment of the Istanbul Arbitration Center, the question of whether international parties would prefer it instead of other popular venues has arisen. Previous studies have found that the reasons for preferring one seat of arbitration over others are strongly related to judicial attitudes toward arbitration and the legal infrastructure. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to compare the Turkish le...
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A. Geniş, “Workers in the small industry: employment social space and patterns of class formation,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2002.