Turkish Political Elite Perceptions on Security



Turkish spatial planning practice in the neoliberal era: over-fragmentation
Duyguluer, Feridun; Günay, Baykan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2012)
After 1950, Turkey had adopted comprehensive urban planning methodologies within the competence of a unique central authority. By 1980s, localization policies were introduced and local administrations had been authorized for planning issues. But this political turn could not continue effectively, because of dispersed sectoral policies have gained the leading role in decision making, creating the fragmentation problem. Administrative competences in different central bodies, especially in the sectoral ministr...
Turkish public opinion and the EU membership: between support and mistrust
Şenyuva, Özgehan(2018-10-29)
The support for EU memberhip is very volatile among Turkish public opinion. Over the years it has been going through different ups and downs, although it has been consistently low for the last five years. This papers analyzes the changes in the Turkish public’s support level to the EU membership and links them to the developments in Turkey-EU relations. The paper also demonstrates that two other major indicators are more stable indicators of Turkish public opinion and the EU: the level of trust to the EU an...
Turkish automobile industry at the edge of customs union
Cankara, Özgür; Ateş, Hüseyin; Department of Business Administration (1995)
Turkish Higher Education Rationales for Internationalization
Bulut Şahin, Betül (null; 2012-09-15)
Turkish National Innovation System: Structures and Challenges
Erdil, Erkan; Pamukcu, Mehmet Teoman (null; 2017-04-29)
Citation Formats
Ö. Şenyuva, Turkish Political Elite Perceptions on Security. 2013, p. 288.