Devletin Yeniden Ölçeklenmesi, Dışlanma ve Neoliberalizmin Zamansallığı



Debt management and financialisation as facets of state restructuring: the case of turkey in the post-1980 period
Güngen, Ali Rıza; Yalman, Osman Galip; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2012)
This dissertation analyses the restructuring of the state and financialisation in Turkey in the post-1980 period with specific emphasis on public debt management. Turkey provides a model case of state pioneering financial deepening and intervening into the market for the socialisation of the losses of the financial sector. The dissertation argues that despite the increasing public debt ratio through 1980s and 1990s, the aim of financial deepening was persistent. The state contributed to the financialisation...
Financialization of state and household indebtedness: the case of Turkey
Sema, Gizem; Yalman, Osman Galip; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2017)
The thesis analyzes the financialization in developing countries over the last decade by drawing on the case of Turkey. It addresses the question of how consumer credit has become a part of daily life of wage earners in the age of financialization in Turkey. It focuses on the nature and role of household indebtedness in contemporary capitalism and the current financial and economic crises in Turkey. The theoretical framework based on a critical political economy approach and elaborated macroeconomic, politi...
A critical perspective on state failure, its consequences, and reconstruction of the state Afghanistan : a case study
Gökçe, Süleyman; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of International Relations (2006)
This thesis attempts to provide a critical perspective on state failure together with its consequences, and how the reconstruction of state is carried out in the aftermath of failure. The thesis commences by discussing the emergence of ‘modern’ nation-states, and proceeds by analyzing how current patterns of statehood respond to the classic nation-state denominations. Examining the concept of state failure, the thesis aims to verify whether established characteristics of statehood are applicable in view of ...
E-governmentalisation of the state: on the way to society of control?
Topak, Özgün Erdener; Topal, Çağatay; Department of Sociology (2009)
In this study, the emergence of e-government as a ‘governing rationality’ (i.e. e-governmentalisation) is analyzed from the Foucauldian genealogical perspective. In that sense, the type of governing rationalities, the modes of subjectivities, the strategies of power-knowledge and the practices of normalization/inclusion and exclusion that are linked to the emergence of e-governmentalisation are emphasized. Deleuze’s essay on ‘the societies of control’ is used as a theoretical framework in which the emergenc...
Architecture of the state: Ankara istasyon caddesi in the late ottoman and early republican periods
Dedekargınoğlu, Cem; Altan, T. Elvan.; Department of History of Architecture (2019)
This study focuses on the late 19th and early 20th century urban transformation of Ankara as exemplified in the development of the axis connecting the train station to the city center. The temporal scope of the research starts with the 1890s when the train station was constructed and its connection with the city was established, and ends at the turn of the 1930s until when a number of buildings were erected on the İstasyon Caddesi axis, and when Jansen’s proposal for the development plan of Ankara started t...
Citation Formats
M. K. Bayırbağ, Devletin Yeniden Ölçeklenmesi, Dışlanma ve Neoliberalizmin Zamansallığı. 2010, p. 308.