The Political and Economic History of North Cyprus: A Discordant Polity

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Springer, 23.04.2019. - 283 страница

This monograph provides a comprehensive analysis of the political economy of the Turkish Cypriot governance in the northern part of Cyprus after 1974. Examining the political and state structure, labour market, social security, state economic enterprises and allocation of land, Ekici shines a light on the turbulent history of North Cyprus. What is its relationship with Turkey and the South? How does economic development compare across Cyprus? Who are the potential perpetrators of post-1974 developments? Such questions are addressed in this much-needed book.

As a self-proclaimed internationally unrecognised state, neglected by the international community and scholarly literature, this book marks an important development in the study of North Cyprus and Turkey's role in its economy and politics.

 

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Нисмо пронашли ниједну рецензију на уобичајеним местима.

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Introduction
1
What Kind of Polity?
29
Economic and Institutional Foundations of Turkish Cypriot Governance and the ITEM Law
49
From Separation to Convergence The Economic Development of the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkification of Northern Cyprus
97
The Labour Market
123
Social Security System
150
State Economic Enterprises and RevolvingCapital Enterprises
171
Private Sector Development
219
Conclusion
255
Index
280
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Tufan Ekici is a quantitative social scientist with a background in Economics. He worked for 11 years as Assistant Professor of Economics at Middle East Technical University, North Cyprus. He is currently Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University, USA and William Paterson University, USA.


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