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Does the Central Asia really matter for Turkish foreign policy?
(İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2013)
Due to Turkey?s geopolitical location its role remains to be a regional key country for international relations. It could be argued that a new Turkish foreign policy has emerged in the last ten years and played a crucial ...
The Mediating effect of work family conflict on the relationship between job autonomy and job satisfaction
Satisfied employees are closely related with organizational success and performance, leading job satisfaction to become a key employee attitude. Employees feel greater satisfaction when they have freedom and independence ...
The role of Germany in European Union’s Central Asia cultural and education policy
(Al-Farabi Kazak National University, 2014)
In this study, close relationships of Germany acting as a power unit in both union process and development processes of European Union (EU) with Central Asia Republics will be examined as a case study. In the study, Germany’s ...
Turkish Russian rapprochement and its implications on the Black Sea: reasons and prospects
(Karadeniz Stratejik Araştırma ve Uygulama Merkezi (KARASAM), 2011)
Connections between leadership features and attitudes towards innovativeness: a research on small and medium-sized business owners
The issue of leadership, with its roots from ancient times, is perhaps one of the most popular subjects in scientific terms as well as in daily life. Accordingly, this popularity has led to the creation of many leadership ...
Central Asia and Afghanistan: opportunities and risks for regional security
(ORASAM (Central Asia Research Center), 2013)
Thermal tourism in Turkey
From radical islamism to radical environmental transformism
(DAKAM Publishing, 2013)
A comparison study on personality traits based on the attitudes of university students toward entrepreneurship
Particular personality traits motivate individuals to act entrepreneurially and to exercise entrepreneurial activities, which include but not limited to high need for achievement, innovativeness, propensity to risk-taking, ...