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Political economy of standing against a stand-by
What explains the actual and rhetorical defections of political elites in developing countries from the IMF programs even at times of severe economic difficulties? Scholars have focused on "domestic audience costs" of ...
It takes two to tango: the role of the European Union and domestic governments in the making of Central Bank reform in Hungary
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği, 2013)
Th is article addresses how the Hungarian Central Bank gained autonomy in its operations from ruling politicians. While stressing the substantial infl uence of external actors in exercise of this reform, the article also ...
Becoming a regional power while pursuing material gains the case of Turkish interest in Africa
(SAGE Publications, 2012)
In August 2011 the Turkish prime minister Tayyib Erdoğan arrived in Somalia with a substantial delegation consisting of his family, ministers, and civil society activists, along with Turkish celebrities, to highlight the ...
Enthusiastic reformers or pragmatic rulers? The central bank reform agenda of the Turkish political elite and the EU accession
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
This article examines the underpinnings of central bank (CB) reform in Turkey, with a focus on the role of external anchors, namely the European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund. It argues that although ...