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



Varieties of capitalism and national systems of innovation : a new perspective on the convergence debate
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...
The theory of capitalism and its ontological foundations: comparative study of Marx and Deleuze&Guattari
Kocagül, Volkan; Sol, Ayhan; Department of Philosophy (2006)
The main objective of this thesis is to examine the theory of capitalism and its ontological foundations through the major works of Marx and Deleuze&Guattari. In his monumental book called Capital, Karl Marx develops an account of capitalism based on his understanding of philosophy of which takes its roots from Hegel and Feuerbach. Additionally, English political economy and French socialism serve as reliable grounds for Marx’s analysis. In light of the writings of these historical precursors, Marx constitu...
Growth of capitalism: how does innovation reinforce capitalism in the progress of its authority?
Kahraman, Ömer Ersin; Taymaz, Erol; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2010)
The main aim of this thesis is to discuss the role of innovation in the capitalist mode of production so as to achieve the domination of capitalism in the human world by capitalizing it. The idea of freedom is handled as a reason for politics when one confronts another in this quest. Process innovations are accepted as methods of improving the profitability of production which deprives dispossessed masses from their productive power outside the workplace while product innovation is claimed to be the process...
Participation to administration in capitalist society : theoretical and political limitations of the critical and radical administrative theories
Güven, Erdem; Üstüner, Mustafa Yılmaz; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2012)
This thesis aims at critically examining the specific place of the "critical" and "radical" theories within both the theory of public administration and political theory, particularly in terms of the discursive participatory framework they offer. The fundamental question dealt with is whether or not the power and dependence analyses of these approaches (which are treated as 'marginal' in the field) is convincing for an egalitarian, comprehensive and socially transformative democratic governance. Since a dis...
Capitalist food regime and the agrifood problem: a critique of political economic and post-developmentalist understandings of the agrarian/peasant question
Büke, Atakan; Ecevit, Mehmet Cihan; Department of Sociology (2018)
The proliferation and differentiation processes in critical approaches on agrifood relations since the late 1980s can be seen as the rise of critical agrifood studies. When compared to the peasant studies of the era between the late 1960s and the late 1980s, critical agrifood studies signifies a radical theoretical reorientation in the field that especially becomes apparent in the post-developmentalist turn manifested in the contemporary agrarian/peasant question formulations. On this ground, by focusing on...
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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.