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Rethinking the Emerging Post‐Washington Consensus
The objective of this article is to provide a critical assessment of the emerging Post-Washington Consensus (PWC), as the new influential vision in the development debate. The authors begin byExpand
The Triumph of Conservative Globalism: The Political Economy of the AKP Era
The AKP, following its third successive electoral victory appears to be far more entrenched than its earlier center-right counterparts in Turkish politics. This article highlights key politicalExpand
The political economy of Islamic resurgence in Turkey: The rise of the Welfare Party in perspective
The rising electoral fortunes of the Welfare Party (Refah Partisi (RP)), a party that differentiates itself sharply from the 'orthodox' parties of the right or left of the political spectrum byExpand
Beyond the 2001 Financial Crisis: The Political Economy of the New Phase of Neo-Liberal Restructuring in Turkey
Turkey has experienced consecutive financial cises in November 2000 and February 2001. The crisis of 2001 was particularly far-reaching in terms of its impact resulting in a major collapse of outputExpand
Multiple Faces of the "New" Turkish Foreign Policy: Underlying Dynamics and a Critique
T he Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi, the AKP) government’s foreign policy activism is not a new phenomenon.2 Yet, the changing nature of the foreign policy activism duringExpand
Conservative globalists versus defensive nationalists: political parties and paradoxes of Europeanization in Turkey
The period since the December 1999 Helsinki summit has been a time of remarkable economic and political change in Turkey. The EU impact was already evident in the 1990s, with the 1995 Customs UnionExpand
Luxembourg, Helsinki and Beyond: Towards an Interpretation of Recent Turkey‐EU Relations
  • Ziya Öniş
  • Political Science
  • Government and Opposition
  • 1 October 2000
The European Union has undergone four successive rounds of enlargement since its inception in 1957. Currently, the EU finds itself in the midst of a new wave of enlargement, in the context of aExpand
The Political Economy of Turkey's Justice and Development Party
The paper embodies three broad objectives. The first objective is to uncover the economic foundations of the JDP's dramatic electoral success in November 2002. The following elements deserve emphasisExpand
Power, Interests and Coalitions: the political economy of mass privatisation in Turkey
Abstract Privatisation has been on the policy agenda in Turkey since the mid-1980s. Yet progress was slow throughout the first two decades of the Turkish neoliberal experiment. More recently,Expand