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The ravages of neo-liberalism : economy, society and gender in Turkey
Balkan, Nesecan.
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New York : Nova Science, c2002.
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xx, 234 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
General Note:
There are two articles written by Erinc Yeldan in this book.
On the IMF-directed disinflation program in Turkey: a program for stabilization and austerity or a recipe for impoverishment and financial chaos?


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Ravages Of Neo-Liberalism Economy, Society & Gender In Turkey

Table of Contents

Nesecan Balkan and Sungur SavranErinc YeldanFuat ErcanErol Balkan and Erinc YeldanOguz OyanTulay ArinFatma GokGulay Gunluk-SenesenUmit SenesenYuksel AkkayaAhmet Hasim Kose and Ahmet OncuSemsa Ozar and Fuat ErcanOzlem OnaranGulay ToksozSaniye Dedeoglu
Acknowledgementp. vii
List of Contributorsp. ix
Introductionp. xiii
Chapter 1 On the IMF-Directed Disinflation Program in Turkey: A Program for Stabilization and Austerity or a Recipe for Impoverishment and Financial Chaos?p. 1
Chapter 2 The Contradictory Continuity of the Turkish Capital Accumulation Process: A Critical Perspective on the Internationalization of the Turkish Economyp. 21
Chapter 3 Peripheral Development under Financial Liberalization: The Turkish Experiencep. 39
Chapter 4 From Agricultural Policies to an Agriculture without Policiesp. 55
Chapter 5 The Poverty of Social Security: The Welfare Regime in Turkeyp. 73
Chapter 6 The Privatization of Education in Turkeyp. 93
Chapter 7 Turkey's Globalization in Arms: The Economic Impactp. 105
Chapter 8 Regional Income Distribution in Turkeyp. 117
Chapter 9 The Working Class and Unionism in Turkey under the Shackles of the System and Developmentalismp. 129
Chapter 10 A Class Analysis of the Professional and Political Ideologies of Engineers in Turkeyp. 145
Chapter 11 Labor Markets in Turkey: Maladjustment or Integration?p. 165
Chapter 12 Adjusting the Economy through the Labor Market: The Myth of Rigidityp. 181
Chapter 13 "We Are the Few": Women in Labor Unions in Turkeyp. 195
Chapter 14 The Household, Female Employment and Gender Relations in Turkeyp. 211
Indexp. 227