Commerce Myth and Segregation: Ottomans in Venice, Venetians in Istanbul



Commerce , Myth and Segregation: A Turkish Enclave in Seventeenth-Century Venice
Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin (null; 1997-05-16)
Trade liberalization and innovation decisions of firms: Lessons from Post-1980 Turkey
Pamukcu, Mehmet Teoman (2003-01-01)
Determinants of innovation decisions of Turkish manufacturing firms are estimated for 1989-93, with an emphasis on determinants that are linked to trade policy reforms of the 1980s. Using plant-level data, we find that positive effects of trade liberalization on innovation decision are transmitted mainly through technology embodied in imported machinery. Being a technology licensee, an exporter, or having a foreign partner does not exert a significant positive effect on a firm's probability to innovate, nor...
Trade liberalization, openness and economic growth: A panel time series analysis for the global economy
Bilgin , Cevat; Şeker, Ayberk (ODTÜ İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi, 2021-6-31)
As countries join international economic system through trade, it is expected to be beneficial to developments of economies all over the world. Accordingly, the conventional opinions assert that the globalization process accelerates the economic development of countries as they liberalize their external trades and integrate their markets to global market. Yet, there have been important objections to this argument coming from theory and empirical analyses. Therefore, it ...
Commercial Law in Turkey with Specific Reference to Rules Related to Competition in Turkish Legal System
Aşçıoğlu Öz, Gamze (2017-01-01)
Business Organization s in the Late Ottoman Empire and Early Turkish Republic in Gappon Capitalism and Emerging Markets Capitalism in Turkey
Ağır, Münis Seven (null; 2016-05-22)
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A. B. Özkaya, “Commerce Myth and Segregation: Ottomans in Venice, Venetians in Istanbul,” 2003, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: