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Mustafa Kemal Bayırbağ

E-mail
bayirbag@metu.edu.tr
Department
Department of Political Science and Public Administration
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Deindustrialization in cities of the Global South
Schindler, Seth; Gillespie, Tom; Banks, Nicola; Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Burte, Himanshu; Kanai, J. Miguel; Sami, Neha (2020-04-01)
Recent research by economists has shown that deindustrialization is more severe in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America than it ever was in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Nevertheless, m...
Child Poverty and Youth Unemployment in Turkey
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Göksel, Asuman; Celik, Cosku (Wiley, 2018-09-01)
This article investigates the nature, causes, and consequences of child poverty and youth unemployment in Turkey, which is a transition country between the East and the West. It is argued that this in-betweenness leads to ...
Urban crisis: "Limits to governance of alienation'
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal; Penpecioglu, Mehmet (2017-07-01)
This article aims to develop a comparative framework of analysis to study urban crises, arguing that there is a need to establish the analytical links between everyday life and systemic trends and struggles', and thus to t...
Continuity and Change in Public Policy: Redistribution, Exclusion and State Rescaling in Turkey
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (Wiley, 2013-07-01)
This article discusses potential reasons for the continuities in the broader policy agendas of capitalist states, despite radical shifts in economic policies, by employing the state-rescaling framework. Its main thrust is ...
Pro business local governance and local business associations The case of Gaziantep
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (2011-01-01)
The article investigates how major changes in national economic policies, and in associated forms of state-business relations, produce pro-business local governance arrangements. It places the emphasis on the politics of s...
Local Entrepreneurialism and State Rescaling in Turkey
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (SAGE Publications, 2010-02-01)
The paper examines the links between the rise of local entrepreneurialism and state rescaling in a neo-liberal context. The thrust of the article is that the agency of localities, increasingly manifested in the form of loc...
Local business associations and regional policies in the context of neo-liberalism
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (2003-01-01)