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GLODEM Member's Publications

GLODEM Member Monographs

GLODEM member publications' represent notable breadth in terms of the topics they address, especially in terms of Turkish and regional issues.

The following are examples of recent publications of the Co-Directors and Executive Board members.

Caner Bakir

  Sample of Recent Publications

Articles

 

Bakir, C. (2018). “How do mega-bank merger policy and regulations contribute to financial stability? Evidence from Australia and Canada”, Journal of Economic Policy Reform (accepted).

Bakir, C. (2017). “Policy learning and policy change: learning from research citations”, Policy and Society, (accepted).

Bakir, C. and Jarvis, D. (2017). “Contextualising the Context in Policy Entrepreneurship and Institutional Change”. Policy and Society, (accepted).

Bakir, C. and Gunduz, A. (2017). “When, Why and How Institutional Change Takes Place and Policy Entrepreneurship Matters in Macroeconomic Bureaucracies: A Systematic Review and a Future Research Agenda”, Policy and Society, (accepted).

Bakir, C. (2017). “How can interactions among interdependent structures, institutions, and agents inform financial stability? What we have still to learn from global financial crisis”, Policy Sciences, 50(2): 217-239

   

Bakir, C. and Jarvis, D. (2017) “Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy Change”. Policy and Society (forthcoming).

Bakir, C. (2017). “How can interactions among interdependent structures, institutions, and agents inform financial stability? What we have still to learn from global financial crisis”, Policy Sciences, 50(2): 217-239.

Bakir, C. and Woo, J.J. (2016). Institutional and Policy Design for the Financial Sector”, Policy and Society, 35, 193-282.

Bakir, C. (2016). Special Section on “Emerging Country Multinationals”, International Relations Journal. 13(49): 61-130

Bakir, C. and Woo, J.J. (2016). Bakir, C. and Woo, J.J. (2016). “Financial sector reform and policy design in an age of instability”Policy and Society, 35(3), 193-204.

   

 

Books and Book Chapters

 

 

Bakir, C. and Ertan, G. (2018). Policy Analysis in Turkey. Bristol: University of Bristol Policy Press. (forthcoming)

Bakir, C. and Jarvis, D. (2017). Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. (forthcoming)

Brenan, L., and Bakir, C. (2016). Emerging Market Multinationals in Europe. London: Routledge. (Routledge Advances in International Political Economy).

 

Bakir, C. (2016). Dunyayla Is Yapanlar: Kuresellesme Surecinde Turk Cokuluslulari (Doing Global Business: Turkish Multinationals in the Globalisation Process).. Istanbul: Koc University Press. (in Turkish in Press)

 

Bakir, C. (2016). Dunyayla Is Yapanlar: Kuresellesme Surecinde Turk Cokuluslulari (Doing Global Business: Turkish Multinationals in the Globalisation Process).. Istanbul: Koc University Press. (in Turkish in Press).

     

Resat Bayer

  Sample of Recent Publications
Articles

 

With Kyle Joyce and Faten Ghosn. “Time to Join Whom: When and Why Countries Enter Ongoing Interstate Conflicts 1816-2001.” British Journal of Political Science. 2014. 44.1.

   

With E. Henderson, “Wallets, Ballots, or Bullets: Does Wealth, Democracy, or Military Capabilities Determine War Outcomes?” International Studies Quarterly. 2013. 57.2.

   

With F. Keyman, “Turkey: An Emerging Global Humanitarian Actor?” Globalizations. 2012. 9.1. Reprinted in Global South to the Rescue: Emerging Humanitarian Superpowers and Globalizing Rescue Industries. Editor Paul Amar. Routledge. 2012.

   

With Z. Öniş, “Turkish Big Business in the Age of Democratic Consolidation: The Nature and Limits of its Influence,” South European Society and Politics. 2010. 15.2.

   

“Peaceful Transitions and Democracy.” Journal of Peace Research. 2010. 47.5.

   

“The Operationalization of Democracy and the Strength of the Democratic Peace: A Test of the Relative Utility of Scalar and Dichotomous Measures.” With Michael Bernhard. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 2010. 27.1.

   

“Effects of Civil Wars on International Trade.” With Matthew C. Rupert. Journal of Peace Research. 2004. 41.6.

Book Chapters  

“Termination of the Vendetta of the Black Sea? Stable Peace, Energy Security and Russian-Turkish Relations.” Turkey and Human Security. Editors Alp Özerdem and Füsun Özerdem. Routledge. 2013.

Güneş Ertan   Sample of Recent Publications

 

 

“Omission and Commission Errors in Network Cognition and Network Estimation using ROC Curve” (with Deniz Yenigun and Michael Siciliano), Social Networks, 2017, 50, 26-34 . 

”The Roots of Community Resilience: A Comparative Analysis of Structural Change in Four Gulf Coast Hurricane Response Networks”(with Thomas Haase and Louise Comfort), 2017 Homeland Security Affairs , Forthcoming. 

Determinants of Interpersonal Trust in Turkey (In Turkish)” (with Erdem Aytac and Ali Carkoglu). METU Development Studies 2017, 44 (1). 

“Risk, Profit, Safety: Sociotechnical Systems under Stress”(with Louise Comfort, Burcak Basbug, and Jungwon Yeo). Safety Science, 2016, 88, 199–210.

 

 

 

Sedef Turper

 

Sample of Recent Publications

Articles

 

“Fearing what? Vignette experiments on anti-immigrant sentiments” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43:11 (2017), pp. 1792–1812.

With K. Aarts, “Political Trust and Sophistication: Taking Measurement Seriously” Social Indicators Research, 130:1 (2017), pp. 415–434.

With P. Esaiasson and A.K. Kölln, “External Efficacy and Perceived Responsiveness—Similar but Distinct Concepts” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 27:3 (2015), pp. 432–445.

With S. Iyengar, K. Aarts and M. van Gerven “Who is Less Welcome?: The Impact of Individuating Cues on Attitudes towards Immigrants” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41:2 (2015), pp. 239–259.

Book Chpts

 

“Public Opinion and Public Policy in Turkey” in Caner Bakır and Güneş Ertan (eds.) Policy Analysis in Turkey, Policy Press. Forthcoming

 

 

 

Altay Atlı   Sample of Recent Publications

 

 

Atlı, A. (2015). A View from Ankara: Turkey’s Relations with China in a Changing Middle East, in The Mediterranean Quarterly, v.26, no.1, pp.117-136.

Atlı, A. (2013). Book Review ‘Among the Ottomans: Diaries from Turkey in World War I’ by I. Lyster (ed), in Tarih: Graduate History Journal of Boğaziçi University Department of History, v.3, pp.76-79.

Atlı, A. (2011). Business Associations and Turkey’s Foreign Economic Policy: From the ‘Özal Model’ to the AKP Period, in Boğaziçi Journal Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, 25(2), pp.171-188.

Atlı, A. (2017). “The False Dichotomy of East or West: Turkey, China and the Transatlantic Relations”, in Turkey and Transatlantic Relations, ed. Toperich, S. and Noi, A., Washington D.C: Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University (forthcoming). 

Atlı, A. (2017). India’s Quest for Sustainable Development in the Post-Crisis Era, in Global Political Economy After the Crisis: Theoretical Trends and Country Experiences, ed. Ünay, S., New York: Nova Publishers, pp.59-73. 

Atlı, A. (2016). Doğal Afetlerin Kalkınma Sürecine Etkisi: Çin ve 2008 Sichuan Depremi [The Impact of Natural Disasters on the Development Process: The Case of China and the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake], in Afetlerle Kalkınma: Tecrübeler, Politikalar ve Beklentiler, ed. Tiryakioğlu, M., Ankara: Efil Yayınevi, pp.133-154.

Esenbel, S., Togan, İ. and Atlı, A. (eds.) (2013). Türkiye’de Çin’i Düşünmek: Siyasi, Ekonomik ve Kültürel İlişkilere Yeni Yaklaşımlar [Thinking About China in Turkey: New Approaches to Political, Economic and Cultural Relations].Istanbul: Boğaziçi University Press.

Ahmet İçduygu   Sample of Recent Publications

 

 

Critical Reflections in Migration Research: Views from the South and the North

Koç University Press, Istanbul, 2015 (edited with Ayşem Biriz Karaçay)

Rethinking Migration and Integration: Bottom-up Responses to Neoliberal Global Challenges

Isis Publication, Istanbul, 2015 (edited with Gülru Göker)

Negotiating Readmission Agreement between the EU and Turkey: Two-to-Tango

European Journal of Migration and Law, 16(3), 2014 (with Damla B. Aksel)

Turkish Migration Policies: A Critical Historical Retrospective

Perceptions, Autumn, 18(3), 2013, pp. 167-190 (with Damla B. Aksel)

Turks in Europe: Migration Flows, Migrant Stocks and Demographic Structure

European Review, 21(3), 2013, pp. 349-361 (with Heinz Fassmann).

GLODEM Activity Publications

GLODEM activities have facilitated various publications. These publications include two in 2012-2013.

GLODEM Special Edition in the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies

The GLODEM Conference on Turkish-American Relations of March 2012 resulted in special issue Vol.15 No.2 (2013) of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, (indexed in SSCI) co-edited by Drs. Ziya Öniş and Şuhnaz Yılmaz.

Editorial Introduction

"Turkey-US Relations in an Age of Regional and Global Turmoil: Challenges and Prospects," Ziya Öniş & Şuhnaz Yılmaz

Pgs: 121-128, DOI: 10.1080/19448953.2013.775766

Contributions

"New Directions in Turkey-USA Relations," Sabri Sayarı

Pgs: 129-142

 

"The USA-Turkey-Middle East: From the 20th Century to the Present," Nur Bilge

Pgs: 143-156

 

"The Middle East in Turkey-USA Relations: Managing the Alliance" Meliha Benli Atunisik

Pgs: 157-173

 

"Turkey and the USA in a Biopolarizing Middle East" Lenore G. Martin

Pgs: 175-188 

 

"Arab Uprisings and Completing Turkey's Regional Integration: Challenges and Opportunities for US-Turkish Relations," Kemal Kirisci

Pgs: 189-205

 

"Testing the Strength of the Turkish-American Strategic Relationship through NATO: Convergence or Divergence within the Alliance?" Tarık Oğuzlu

Pgs: 207-222

 

"Turkey's Place in the Missile Shield" Mustafa Kibaroğlu

Pgs: 223-236

 

GLODEM Conference Publication The Global Financial Crisis and the Emerging World Order (Küresel Ekonmik Kriz Sonrasında Yeni Dünya Düzeni)

The Global Financial Crisis and the Emerging World Order (Küresel Ekonmik Kriz Sonrasında Yeni Dünya Düzeni) is the second 2013 publication resulting from GLODEM activities. The activities leading to this publication were two GLODEM Young Scholars workshops organized in June 2011 and January 2013, respectively.

The text’s co-editors are Fikret Şenses, Caner Bakır, and Ziya Öniş. The text’s sixteen chapters provide a comprehensive overview of the post-crisis global economy with emphasis on global governance, the United States, the US, Europe, BRICs, and near-BRIC Economies in Asia, Europe, and Latin America (including Turkey). Importantly, the Turkish translation of the book will contribute to Turkish comparative political economy courses.

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