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This book scrutinizes the interaction between the organizing in places where people live and the formation of working class identities in the post 2000 period in Turkey by focusing on two gecekondu neighborhood resistances against gecekondu renewal projects. The first is in Istanbul Ba büyük and the second is in Ankara, Dikmen Vadi. Both of the neighbourhoods organized against the urban renewal project, which aim to move them to high rise apartments with long term credit payments and build zones of consumption for middle/upper-middle classes to the places cleared from gecekondu dwellers. The research first asks the question whether the movements against the gecekondu renewal projects in Dikmen Vadi and Ba büyük can be labeled as collective working class movement which aim to transform the social position of the working class and second whether the local movements in the neighborhoods could transform the class subjectivities of the members of the movement. The answer to these questions is given in a comparative perspective within two neighbourhoods by employing field research method together with the theoretical discussions around the urban social movements literature.
The mortgage system has been used for many years in many countries of the world. Although the system has undergone many changes over the passing years, the basics remain the same. So, it can be thought that the earlier systems form the basis of today's mortgage system even though it represents some differences in practice among the countries. However, this system is very new for Turkish financial market as compared with developed countries. The aim of this study is estimating the default and prepayment risk of mortgage contract and pricing the contract in emerging markets like Turkey. In this study, a classical option pricing technique based on Cox, Ingersoll and Ross is used in order to evaluate Turkish fixed-rate mortgages. The model evaluates the embedded options, namely prepayment and default options, and the future payments which corresponds to the mortgage monthly payments. Another aim of this study is the pricing of mortgage insurance policy which has not been used yet in Turkish mortgage market but thought as potential derivative in this market. Therefore, the model used in the study also provides values for mortgage insurance policy.
The relationship between trade, growth and the balance-of-payments (BOP) has been a subject of considerable interest and empirical scrutiny in growth and development economics. This study addresses the following question: How did trade liberalization affect the BOP and growth of the Turkish economy over the period 1960-2004?, a question that has become even more crucial after the financial crises in the 1990s and early 2000s. The issue has been investigated through a case study of Turkey from 1960 to 2004 with the application of first- and second-generation balance of payments-constrained growth (BPCG) models developed by Keynesian economists. The study is of interest to academics, policy makers and professionals in the fields of economic growth and development, and international trade. In addition, analysts of balance of payments who may be interested in developing countries'' economies under financial liberalization would benefit from the work at hand. Needless to say, it is invaluable to students of the issue.