With the Cold War behind us, Turkey has emerged as a major economic entity and an important partner for discussions of advancement and progress for the region. Turkey: Political, Social and Economic Challenges in the 1990s explores minutely in 14 chapters the interaction between domestic structural variables and the changes in the external environment to predict future developments for Turkey. The authors are well-known specialists in their fields and policy-makers, whilst the data are as up-to-date as possible in this world of regularly changing figures.
|Publisher:||Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia Series , #53|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.97(d)|
Table of Contents
Kemal Kiriżçi, 'New Patterns of Turkish Foreign Policy Behaviour.'
Gareth Winrow, 'Regional Security and National Identity: The role of Turkey in Former Soviet Central Asia.'
Ersin Kalaycıoğlu, 'The Turkish Grand National Assembly: A Brief Inquiry into the Politics of Representation in Turkey.'
Üstün Ergüder, 'The Turkish Party System and the Future of Turkish Democracy.'
Yılmaz Esmer, 'Parties and the Electorate: A Comparative Analysis of Voter Profiles of Turkish Policital Parties.'
Binnaz Toprak, 'Islam and the Secular State in Turkey.'
Cem Behar, 'Recent Trends in Turkey's Population.'
Ziya Öniş, 'The Political Economy of Export-Oriented Industrialization in Turkey.'
Cevat Karataş, 'Fiscal Policy in Turkey: Public Debt and the Changing Structure of Taxation and Government Expenditure, 1980-1993.'
Süleyman Özmucur, 'Pricing and Distribution in an Economy with an Important Public Sector.'
Cevdet Akçay, 'Inflation Tax in a Post-Liberalization Environment: Evidence from Turkey, 1980-1990.'
Mehmet Kaytaz, 'The Development and Nature of Small and Medium-Scale Manufacturing Enterprises in Turkey.'
Haluk Kasnakoğlu, 'Support for Turkish Agriculture relative to Developing and OECD Countries.'
Ĉstemi Demirağ, 'Social Order of the Accounting Profession in Turkey: The State, The Market, and The Community.'