Kapitalizmin finansallaşması, AKP'nin kriz devleti ve Türkiye'de modern demokratik devlet yapısının çözülüşü



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The discussions about poverty, which started in 1980 and peaked in the 2000s, shifted from production relations to consumption relations. This orientation has reduced poverty debates to consumption relations and purchasing power by defining the poor at their consumption and purchasing power levels. Thus, based on monadic explanations, concepts such as individual-based social exclusion, citizenship rights, absolute poverty, and capability approach have replaced the class-based approach. Some debates have gon...
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Karaoğuz, Hüseyin Emre; Özveren, Eyüp; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2012)
The main objective of this thesis is to propose a new perspective in terms of the convergence debate as it is discussed in varieties-of-capitalism (VoC) literature. The initial configuration of VoC stance as well as a part of the literature foresees the convergence of hybrids to a liberal market economy. By revisiting the core arguments of national-systems-of-innovation approach as well as the elaborations of the various critiques of VoC stance, we will propose the opposite. If we are to take ‘innovation’ a...
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P. Bedirhanoğlu Toker, “Kapitalizmin finansallaşması, AKP’nin kriz devleti ve Türkiye’de modern demokratik devlet yapısının çözülüşü,” Toplum ve Bilim, vol. 155, pp. 187–211, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://iletisim.com.tr/dergiler/toplum-ve-bilim/3/sayi-155-2021/10056.