Evolving roles of public spaces in post industrial cities
Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge (2010-07-11)
From agora of the polis, and open market places of medieval cities to today’s shopping malls, corporate plazas, atria and festival places, public spaces have been one of the crucial components of cities for centuries. Despite their evident importance in cities, public spaces have become subject to broad concern over the last three decades, particularly under the influence of globalisation and privatisation policies, city-marketing and imaging programmes and urban regeneration projects that have led to a sig...
Evolving Legal And Institutional Frameworks Of Neoliberal Urban Policies In Turkey
Kayasü, Serap; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine (2014-01-01)
Bu çalışmada Türkiye’de neoliberal kentsel politikaların yasal ve kurumsal yapısının son otuz yılda geçirdiği değişimler incelenmektedir. İncelemede merkezi ve yerel yönetimler arasındaki yetki ve güç kaymalarına vurgu yapılarak, farklı toplumsal aktörlerin karar verme süreçlerine katılımına dikkat çekilmektedir. Türkiye’de farklı aşamalarla biçimlenen neoliberal kentsel politikalar, çekilme (roll-back) ve açılma (roll-out) aşamaları kapsamında tartışılmaktadır (Peck ve Tickell, 2002). Birinci aşama, 1980’l...
Increasing role of services in competitive power and innovativeness of firms and industrial clusters
Eraydın, Ayda (2007-01-01)
The aim of this paper is to discuss the importance of different types of global services for industrial firms and clusters in terms of their economic competitiveness and innovative performance. The theoretical debates argue that globalization, deregulation and the new production organization make it necessary to use global services that are supplied easily with the help of new telecommunication technologies. The existing empirical studies provide some supporting evidence. However, they also indicate that gl...
Changing principles of international water law in Central Asia: Addressing the crisis, from customary practice to virtual water footprints
Arynova, Aigul; Kahveci Özgür, Hayriye; Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems (2019-6)
Laws regulating transboundary water allocation in Central Asia discriminate water interests of upperstream states and contribute to the excessive water use by downstream states. The present research studies water conflict in Central Asia emphasizing the changing impacts of international water law and its cardinal principle, the equitable and reasonable utilization (ERU). A review of the main water regime which had developed in Central Asia including agreements signed following the USSR’s collapse is conduct...
Changing identity of public spaces : Güven Park in Ankara
Sarıkulak, Selen; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2013)
Place identity changes and transforms in relation with changing social conditions and physical environment. Social conditions change the place identity by changing people’s perceptions and experiences in the space, while, at the same time, they are affected by these perceptions and experiences. Thus, place identity is in a state of flux in time with individuals, objects and societies. This thesis aims to study the evolving identity of public spaces by focusing on the case of Ankara, specifically the example...
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O. F. Tanrısever, “CHANGING DYNAMICS OF GLOBAL ENERGY SECURITY AND DIPLOMACY,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: