A critique of public-private partnership idea as an urban policy

Yenigün, Bülent


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Exclusion has become a popular term in the recent two decades which is used to designate to the relatively disadvantageous people, groups, parties in different societies. Given the fact that concepts are not innocent, there is a need to think on the question of what “exclusion” as a concept excludes and includes different from other relevant concepts such as poverty, marginalization, and/or underclass. This thesis will try to answer these questions by focusing on the Inter- American Development Bank’s (IDB)...
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In this study, three fatigue crack growth life estimation methodologies are reviewed and sample calculations are made using these methodologies. Comparison of the results with respect to the methodologies are made. Three computer codes which represent these methodologies, CRACKS IV, FASTRAN and FATIGUE are selected for the analyses. The estimations are also correlated to the test results found in the literature. FALSTAFF spectra are used in the analyses.
A Critical analysis of Turkish left‘s interpretation of the world order and Turkish foreign policy
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This thesis offers a critical analysis of how Turkey’s socialist movement interpreted “the post-war world order and paradigm shifts in the foreign policy of Turkey” between 1945 and 1980 by mainly basing on “primary sources”. The thesis also explores the relationships between socialist groups’ theoretical frameworks and IR theories and the meta-theoretical bases of their theoretical frameworks. The main argument is that Turkish leftists’ analyses were dominated for the most part by realist assumptions and t...
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B. Yenigün, “A critique of public-private partnership idea as an urban policy,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.