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The political economies of Turkey and Greece : crisis and change, Mustafa Kutlay

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The political economies of Turkey and Greece : crisis and change
Title
The political economies of Turkey and Greece
Title remainder
crisis and change
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Mustafa Kutlay
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eng
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Kutlay, Mustafa
Dewey number
338.9561
Index
index present
LC call number
HC492
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
International political economy series
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  • Turkey
  • Greece
  • Turkey
  • Greece
  • Financial crises
  • Financial crises
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The political economies of Turkey and Greece : crisis and change, Mustafa Kutlay
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgment; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Why Turkey and Greece?; 1.2 Methodology and Data Sources; 1.3 Organization of Chapters; References; Chapter 2: Reforming the Reactive States: A Framework for Analysis; 2.1 Unpacking "State Capacity"; Stateness: Strong Versus Weak States; State Capacity: Proactive Versus Reactive States; 2.2 Conceptual Vocabulary; Persistence and Change: A Three-Stage Framework; 2.3 Conclusion: Putting the Jigsaw Together; Stage 1: Stagnation and Inertia; Stage 2: Uncertainty and Crisis Narratives
  • Stage 3: Reform and TransformationReferences; Chapter 3: Political Economy of Turkey (1980-2001); 3.1 Emergence of a Reactive State (1980-1994); Domestic Political Context; State Bureaucracy; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 3.2 1994 Economic Crisis: An Opportunity Missed?; 3.3 Consolidation of a Reactive State (1995-2001); 3.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Turkish Crisis and Aftermath (2001-2016); 4.1 2001 Turkish Economic Crisis: A Brief Overview; 4.2 Post-crisis Reform Program: Getting Things Right; Agency-Level Dynamics: Converging Crisis Narratives; 4.3 Converging Interests and Ideas
  • 4.4 Domestic Institutional Structures: Enabling Factors at Work4.5 Political Context; 4.6 Domestic Policy Coalitions; 4.7 Third Stage: The Consolidation of Regulatory State; 4.8 Turkish Political Economy in Flux (2011-2016); The Reversal of the Regulatory State Paradigm; 4.9 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Political Economy of Greece (1974-2009); 5.1 Emergence of a Reactive State (1974-1996); Domestic Political Context; State Bureaucracy; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 5.2 A Self-Reinforcing Vicious Cycle; 5.3 Kostas Simitis Case (1996-2004): A Break with the Past?
  • 5.4 Persistence of Status Quo: An Assessment of Simitis Period5.5 Consolidation of a Reactive State (2004-2009); 5.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Greek Crisis and Aftermath (2009-2016); 6.1 Greek Crisis and Bailouts: A Brief Overview; Agency-Level Dynamics: Diverging Crisis Narratives; 6.2 Diverging Interests and Ideas: The Logic of Extreme Austerity; 6.3 Institutional Structures: Constraining Factors at Work; Political Context; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 6.4 Third Stage: Blame Games and Muddling Through; 6.5 Post-Papandreou Era: Greek Politics in Turmoil; National Unity Government
  • ND-PASOK-DIMAR Coalition6.6 SYRIZA's March to Power; 6.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Toward a Comparative Political Economy of Reactive States; 7.1 Revisiting the Three-Stage Framework; First Stage: Inertia and Procrastination of Reforms; Second and Third Stages: Uncertainty, Crisis Narratives, and Reform Outcomes; 7.2 Comparative Analysis of Turkey and Greece; 7.3 Beyond Turkey and Greece; 7.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: Conclusion; 8.1 Three Propositions on Crisis and Change; 8.2 Avenues for Further Research; References; Appendix: List of Interviews; Greece; Turkey; Index
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Label
The political economies of Turkey and Greece : crisis and change, Mustafa Kutlay
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgment; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Why Turkey and Greece?; 1.2 Methodology and Data Sources; 1.3 Organization of Chapters; References; Chapter 2: Reforming the Reactive States: A Framework for Analysis; 2.1 Unpacking "State Capacity"; Stateness: Strong Versus Weak States; State Capacity: Proactive Versus Reactive States; 2.2 Conceptual Vocabulary; Persistence and Change: A Three-Stage Framework; 2.3 Conclusion: Putting the Jigsaw Together; Stage 1: Stagnation and Inertia; Stage 2: Uncertainty and Crisis Narratives
  • Stage 3: Reform and TransformationReferences; Chapter 3: Political Economy of Turkey (1980-2001); 3.1 Emergence of a Reactive State (1980-1994); Domestic Political Context; State Bureaucracy; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 3.2 1994 Economic Crisis: An Opportunity Missed?; 3.3 Consolidation of a Reactive State (1995-2001); 3.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Turkish Crisis and Aftermath (2001-2016); 4.1 2001 Turkish Economic Crisis: A Brief Overview; 4.2 Post-crisis Reform Program: Getting Things Right; Agency-Level Dynamics: Converging Crisis Narratives; 4.3 Converging Interests and Ideas
  • 4.4 Domestic Institutional Structures: Enabling Factors at Work4.5 Political Context; 4.6 Domestic Policy Coalitions; 4.7 Third Stage: The Consolidation of Regulatory State; 4.8 Turkish Political Economy in Flux (2011-2016); The Reversal of the Regulatory State Paradigm; 4.9 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Political Economy of Greece (1974-2009); 5.1 Emergence of a Reactive State (1974-1996); Domestic Political Context; State Bureaucracy; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 5.2 A Self-Reinforcing Vicious Cycle; 5.3 Kostas Simitis Case (1996-2004): A Break with the Past?
  • 5.4 Persistence of Status Quo: An Assessment of Simitis Period5.5 Consolidation of a Reactive State (2004-2009); 5.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Greek Crisis and Aftermath (2009-2016); 6.1 Greek Crisis and Bailouts: A Brief Overview; Agency-Level Dynamics: Diverging Crisis Narratives; 6.2 Diverging Interests and Ideas: The Logic of Extreme Austerity; 6.3 Institutional Structures: Constraining Factors at Work; Political Context; Domestic Policy Coalitions; 6.4 Third Stage: Blame Games and Muddling Through; 6.5 Post-Papandreou Era: Greek Politics in Turmoil; National Unity Government
  • ND-PASOK-DIMAR Coalition6.6 SYRIZA's March to Power; 6.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Toward a Comparative Political Economy of Reactive States; 7.1 Revisiting the Three-Stage Framework; First Stage: Inertia and Procrastination of Reforms; Second and Third Stages: Uncertainty, Crisis Narratives, and Reform Outcomes; 7.2 Comparative Analysis of Turkey and Greece; 7.3 Beyond Turkey and Greece; 7.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: Conclusion; 8.1 Three Propositions on Crisis and Change; 8.2 Avenues for Further Research; References; Appendix: List of Interviews; Greece; Turkey; Index
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319927893
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
com.springer.onix.9783319927893
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