Turkish Islamist Entrepreneurs in Central Asia



Turkish entrepreneurs in Central Asia: the case of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan
Şen, Mustafa; Akşit, Bahattin; Department of Sociology (2001)
Turkish construction firms in the Russian Federation
Şavlı, Devrim; Şen, Mustafa; Department of Eurasian Studies (2004)
This thesis analyzes the penetration process of Turkish construction firms into the Russian market, in the frame of developing relations between Turkey and Russian Federation. Starting from the demise of Soviet Union, Turkish construction firms have played an important role on the convergence of these two countries both in economical and political relations. The dominance of the politics on the bilateral relations between Turkey and Soviet Union has started to weaken since from the liberalization attempts i...
Turkish Muslim Religious Healers A Qualitative Investigation of Hocas and Their Methods
Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz; Tuna, Ezgi (2016-08-03)
Turkish Muslim Healers: A Qualitative Investigation of Hocas and Their Methods
Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz; Ar-Karci, Yagmur (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-10-01)
A vast majority of Turkish individuals are Muslim, and several Turkish individuals refer to traditional healers to get help for medical and psychological problems. The purpose of the present study was to investigate Turkish traditional healing methods and to delineate the kinds of presenting problems that the clients bring to healers, methods used by the healers, the healing process, and the effect of healing on the clients. For this purpose, 11 participants were interviewed. The data were analyzed using th...
Turkish contractors in the project finance of power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)
Ovic, M’bi Mabiala; Dikmen Toker, İrem; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Department of Civil Engineering (2015)
The development of the power sector is essential for the development of Sub-Sahara African countries. The Sub-Sahara African region which comprises 48 countries has one of the lowest generation capacity in the world. As the region is one of the poorest in the world and governments lack the financial means to fund power projects, these ones have been financed through project finance. The trend is toward a bigger participation of the private sector and less of government financing. Therefore project finance i...
Citation Formats
M. Şen, Turkish Islamist Entrepreneurs in Central Asia. 2005, p. 264.