Regional supply response in Turkish agriculture : the case of cotton.

Şayer, Ali


Regional Development Through Global Production Networks: The Case of Tea Sector in Eastern Black Sea Region
Tüylüoğlu, Bedriye Okşan; Pınarcıoğlu, Mehmet Melih; Department of City and Regional Planning (2022-11-28)
This thesis explores the possible regional development outcomes of global production networks to the tea sector in the Eastern Black Sea Region. The argument of the global production network literature that, in addition to the region's internal dynamics, the region's compatibility with the needs of global actors is also essential for regional development has been a starting point for the study. Based on this argument, the links between the Turkish tea sector and global production networks are analyzed withi...
Regional planning of a health care system.
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Regional income growth disparities and convergence in Turkey : analyzing the role of human capital differences
Saral, Güldem; Eraydın, Ayda; Department of City and Regional Planning (2003)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the growth performances of regions in Turkey and the role of human capital in this process within the framework of new growth theory. For this aim, it firstly attempts to investigate the evolution of regional income growth differences in Turkey in the period 1980-2000 and the tendency of provinces in Turkey towards income growth convergence. Secondly, by taking a detailed account of human capital, it aims to explore the contribution of human capital differences towards e...
Regional streamflow network analysis using the generalized least square method: A case study in the Kizilirmak river basin
Sorman, AU (2001-09-16)
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Citation Formats
A. Şayer, “Regional supply response in Turkish agriculture : the case of cotton.,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 1983.