Landscape of a prolific convergence: Fernand Braudel and institutional economics

Ozveren, E


Institutional approaches to technology and economic history
Dildar, Yasemin; Yıldırım, Onur; Department of Economics (2009)
This thesis is an attempt to reassess the long debated issues of economic history from the perspective of institutional economics. Besides examining different approaches to technology and its impact on economic and social life, it analyzes the role of institutions in history. It discusses the institutional interpretations of the critical developments of economic history such as, the Industrial Revolution and the Great Divergence, with an emphasis on differences between the two scholarly traditions, namely, ...
Sequencing, pace and timing of financial liberalization process in Turkey with implications on the macroeconomic environment
Ganioğlu, Aytül; Şenses, Fikret; Department of Economics (2006)
This study basically analyzes timing, sequencing and pace of the financial liberalization experience of the Turkish economy in the 1980s and evaluates its implications for the crises in the Turkish economy since the 1990s. The objectives of this study are threefold: Firstly, it aims to reveal the main policy objectives and political factors pushing the government to take capital account liberalization decision in 1989. It is concluded that domestic decision makers have shaped and taken the decision of capit...
Engendering consumption: commodification of women through print media with specific reference to the turkish case
Bağatur, Sine; Yıldırım, Onur; Department of Economics (2007)
This thesis aims to investigate women’s double-way relation to consumption, as both consumers and commodities. The major goal of the study is to examine the historical construction of women as pimary consuming class and how this relationship of women to consumption has evolved through time. Moreover, it is claimed that display of women as visual objects of male gaze in visual iconography, ideologies of beauty and body politics on women’s appearances resulted in commodification of women in the modern consume...
An institutionalist perspective on the future of the capitalist world-economy
Ozcelik, E; Ozveren, E (2006-06-01)
Intersectoral resource flows between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors : the Turkish case 1963-1990
Usanmaz, Yasemin Asu; Türel, Oktar; Kepenek, Yakup; Department of Economics (2001)
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E. Ozveren, “Landscape of a prolific convergence: Fernand Braudel and institutional economics,” 2002, p. 105, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: