International Challenges and Domestic Preferences in the Post-Soviet Political Transition of Azerbaijan



International effects of euro and the implications of its trade effects on the Turkish economy
Köse, Murat; Ege, Aylin; Department of Economics (2002)
The twelve member states of the European Union established a monetary union among themselves by introducing the single currency -euro- and removing their national currencies. Using a single currency eliminates economic inefficiencies brought about in currency conversion and exchange rate variability. These efficiencies generated in the euro area due to the introduction of the euro are to be transmitted to the non-EMU member countries via the trade and financial links, which are referred to as the internatio...
International politics in Turkish Islamism during the Cold War, 1947-1964
Yıldız, Tunahan (2022-07-01)
This article will discuss the early discourse of Islamism on international politics in Cold War Turkey. It brings forth four main findings. First, while Islamists bandwagoned onto the discourse of the Turkish state and the Western bloc in presenting the Soviet Union as a national and global threat, they also sought to operationalize their anti-Sovietism for their broader political agenda. Second, Islamists effectively committed to the Western bloc during the period, but this commitment was replaced by anti-...
International Market Entry Decisions: A Knowledge-Based Approach
Ozorhon, B,; Dikmen Toker, İrem; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat (null; 2006-03-18)
As far as the growing potential in the overseas construction markets is concerned, it is becoming more important for the medium to large-size construction companies to take their parts in the global construction market. An international market selection decision may be considered as a highly complex problem since it involves several correlated parameters regarding the project, market, host country and the company in question. Moreover, there is no mathematical formulation that can easily associate all these...
International financial flows and the future of EU–Turkey relations
Cömert, Hasan (Edward Elgar , 2018-11-01)
International Competitiveness and the Unit Labor Cost Based Competitiveness Index
Keyder, Nur; Sağlam, Yigit; Öztürk, M. Kubilay (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2004-6)
The paper attempts to estimate a unit labor cost based competitiveness index for Turkey. The trade weighted real effective exchange rate is the generally used measure of external competitiveness, which at times may fail to explain why a country’s export performance improves despite its overvalued currency. When unit labor costs of Turkey and its trading partners are compared, it is seen that especially over the1999-2003 period, Turkey’s unit labor costs remained far below those of its trading partners and h...
Citation Formats
A. Ergun Özbolat, International Challenges and Domestic Preferences in the Post-Soviet Political Transition of Azerbaijan. 2004, p. 657.