Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance



Global Governance and Domestic Politics: Fragmented Visions
Ergun Özbolat, Ayça (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005-07-01)
Global governance is mostly studied as a top-down project. The meaning of the concept is analyzed and investigated from the perspective of a designated concept of the “global.” Such investigations focus rightfully on questions such as “How is the global defined?” “What does it replace?” “How valid is it?” “What and whom does it favor?” or more affirmatively, “How does it work?” and “How can it be done better?” In this chapter, we aim to alter the order of the investigation by focusing on how this influentia...
Global Politics of Food Security
Genç, Barış Emre; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2022-9)
Food is one of the most basic needs of humanity and is a central issue in national and international policies. As food is essential in International Relations, history has witnessed numerous food-related problems. In particular, food crises, hunger, rising food prices, and environmental deterioration, which have come to the fore since the 1970s, have shaped the issue of food security. Thus, the multi-dimensional, multilevel, and complex nature of food security has become more critical while facing numerous ...
Global Urban Localization of Outdoor Mobile Robots Using Satellite Images
DOĞRUER, CAN ULAŞ; Koku, Ahmet Buğra; Dölen, Melik (2008-09-26)
Localization is one of the major research fields in mobile robotics. With the utilization of satellite images and Monte Carlo localization technique, the global localization of an outdoor mobile robot is studied in this paper. The proposed method employs satellite images downloaded from the Internet to localize the robot iteratively. To accomplish this, the proposed method matches the local laser scanner data with the segmented satellite images. Initial test results conducted on the METU campus are found to...
Global Governance of Policies Regarding NEETs and the Case of Turkey
Ertürk, Senem; Aybars, Ayşe İdil; Department of Social Policy (2023-1)
Young people who are neither in education, employment or training (NEET) has emerged as a social policy problem in the last ten years around the world. Having emerged in the Great Britain by the end of 1990s and been adopted by the European Commission consequently, the NEET concept has also been introduced to Turkish policy agenda by the second half of 2010. This study aims to investigate the interest in the NEET concept and policies in Turkey from a perspective of global social policy and global governanc...
International Encyclopedia of > Education
Emil, Serap; Akbulut Yıldırmış, Meltem; Seggie, Fatma Nevra (Elsevier Science, Oxford/Amsterdam , 2022-09-01)
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