AKP döneminde Türkiye’de büyük ölçekli özelleştirmeler ve devletin dönüşümü



Glocalization in international construction projects
Sönmez, Özgür; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Department of Civil Engineering (2016)
Success in implementation of international construction projects depend on an optimal integration of globalization and localization strategies. Therefore, glocalization strategy seems the best alternative for decision makers in an international construction business. Initial objective of this research is to make a clear and extensive definition of Glocalization in international business and thus reveal the fact that it is applicable in international construction business as well as in other sectors. In orde...
Business failure predictions in İstanbul stock exchange
Tekel, Onur; Sarı, Ramazan; Department of Business Administration (2009)
This study aims to develop business failure prediction models using the data of selected firms from ISE markets. The sample data comprise ten selected financial ratios for 27 non-going concerns (failed businesses) and paired 27 going concerns. Two non-parametric classification methods are used in the study: Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and Decision Trees. The classification results show that there is equilibrium in the classification of the training samples by the models, but ANN model outperform the de...
Enabling local circular economy practices through maker symbiosis: the case of Istanbul
Bakırlıoğlu, Yekta; Ramirez Galleguillos , Maria Laura; Coşkun, Aykut; Yantaç, Asim Evren; Çay, Damla; Bensason, Ivon (2021-05-26)
Pop-Machina H2020 project aims to explore the potentials for local circular economies through collaborative production in seven pilot cities. This endeavour requires initiating a sustainable maker symbiosis, through activating links among various maker ecosystem actors. This paper provides a snapshot of the initial steps of this, i.e. the deployment of a series of online participatory design tools engaging citizens and other maker ecosystem actors to collaboratively design pilot activities through the case ...
Future-Oriented Positioning of Knowledge Intensive Local Networks in Global Value Chains: The Case of Turkey
Erdil, Erkan (Springer International Publishing, 2016-01-01)
This study focuses on how Turkey’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can participate in global markets. In fact, developing countries provide a means for accelerating the development of enterprises and countries, providing openings that developing country enterprises can exploit to upgrade their capabilities. For such enterprises, or local clusters of enterprises, the task is to insert themselves into the wider networks. This may be regarded as the main achievement for sustaining competitiveness, in...
The state of outsourcing design expertise in the Turkish manufacturing industry
Oran, Yasemin; Hasdoğan, Gülay Fatma; Department of Industrial Design (2006)
This study aims to present the state of outsourcing design in the Turkish manufacturing industry, which, in the past, has been scrutinized in a limited sense. An investigation has been carried out in order to reveal the reasons for and procedures of hiring product design services from outside resources and to explore -if any- the benefits gained from this collaboration through a survey conducted with either design or production managers from a sample selection of firms manufacturing and/or marketing product...
Citation Formats
P. Bedirhanoğlu Toker, “AKP döneminde Türkiye’de büyük ölçekli özelleştirmeler ve devletin dönüşümü,” Praksis, pp. 75–95, 2013, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/87175.