Patterns of spiritual involvements of women in Ankara

Akşit, Elif Ekin


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In this paper we investigate the distributional consequences of the post-1980 accumulation patterns and technological change in the Turkish manufacturing industries. We utilise two quantitative techniques. First, we make use of the Hodrick±Prescott filter to disintegrate the cyclical variations in productivity growth and wage rates from their respective historical trends, and study the evolution of the wage cycle against the long term productivity patterns in the sector. Next, we decompose the fundamental c...
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This article examines the patterns of international interventions in Syria from 1946 to 2011 in the three sub-periods 1946-1970, 1971-1997 and 1998-2011. It underlines the weakness of existing literature on the causes of international intervention in Syria in 2011. The author argues that the consecutive international interventions in Syria from 1946 to 2011 reflect interwoven relations between the capitalist system, imperialist interventions for the regime change and domestic factors.
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Patterns of Innovation and Intra-industry Heterogeneity in Turkey
Yurtseven, Alp Eren; Tandoğan , Sinan (Science And Technology Policies Research Center, Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey), 2010)
This study investigates the patterns of innovation in Turkey and its primary aim is to examine the intra – industry heterogeneity in innovative activities. For this purpose double - level factor analysis is performed and resulting factor scores are used in the subsequent cluster analyses. Four distinct innovation patterns, which may be interpreted as ingredients of different technological regimes, are identified. Taxonomy of innovative firms is also constructed by grouping firms according to their innovatio...
Citation Formats
E. E. Akşit, “Patterns of spiritual involvements of women in Ankara,” Middle East Technical University, 1998.