Mehmet Melih Pınarcıoğlu

Department of City and Regional Planning
Pınarcıoğlu, Mehmet Melih; IŞIK, OĞUZ (Wiley, 2009-01-01)
In the 1990s, Istanbul regained its long-forgotten role as a regional gateway between Asia and Europe. With the growing importance of the city in global flows, hypotheses concerning the global city and social/spatial polar...
Not Only Helpless but also Hopeless: Changing Dynamics of Urban Poverty in Turkey, the Case of Sultanbeyli, Istanbul
Pınarcıoğlu, Mehmet Melih; IŞIK, OĞUZ (Informa UK Limited, 2008-01-01)
This paper is an attempt to understand the changing characteristics of urban poverty in Turkey since 1980. First, it analyses how the urban poor in Turkey had adopted aggressive survival strategies by strengthening their s...
Geographies of a silent transition: a geographically weighted regression approach to regional fertility differences in Turkey
Isik, Oguz; Pınarcıoğlu, Mehmet Melih (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2006-12-01)
The fertility decline that Turkey has gone through in the last few decades is characterised by sharp regional inequalities, with western regions representing patterns akin to developed countries and those in the east resem...
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