Yerel Kültür ve Arkeoloji. Komana’da Katılımcı Yaklaşımlar



Yerel Yönetimler ve Koruma
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The aim of this thesis is to examine the relationship between the success of the decentralization schemes and the local capacity by concentrating on the case of Metropolitan Municipality of Diyarbakır. The Local Government Reform in Turkey was built on the argument that local authorities, compared to the central government, are better in providing services in a more efficient and more participatory manner. This thesis argues that such an argument is valid only in an environment where there is a strong local...
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Ceylan, Elif Semra; Öcal, Nadir; Tümen, Semih; Department of Economics (2016)
In this study, we estimate the local government spending multiplier for Turkey using the province-level variation in government spending for 2002-2013. The main diffculty is that there is no official province-level GDP reported for this period. We use the night lights data as a proxy to construct province-level GDP indices for Turkey between 2002-2013. Employing an instrumental variables (IV) strategy motivated by the structure/timing of local elections in Turkey, we find that 1 Turkish lira public investme...
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Avcıoğlu, Ozan; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2012)
Various assumptions exist regarding the relationship between socio-economic factors as income and education, and personal factors as age and gender, and political participation. In an attempt to test the veracity of these widely held assumptions, this study initially examines the relationship between socio-economic factors (education and income) and personal factors (age and gender) and political participation. Secondly, interest and perception of people about politics and municipal administration were inve...
Citation Formats
D. B. Erciyas, “Yerel Kültür ve Arkeoloji. Komana’da Katılımcı Yaklaşımlar,” Arkeoloji ve Sanat Dergisi, vol. 167, pp. 101–110, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: