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      Demiralp Yılankaya, S. & Demiralp Cuda, S. (2015). The rational islamic actor? evidence from islamic banking. New Perspectives on Turkey, 52(52), 3-27. doi:10.1017/npt.2014.1 [1]
      Demiralp Yılankaya, S. & Demiralp Cuda, S. (2019). Erosion of central bank independence in turkey. Turkish Studies, 20(1), 49-68. doi:10.1080/14683849.2018.1505512 [1]
      Demiralp Yılankaya, S. (2010). Can money make us friends?: Islamist entrepreneurs and chances for democratization in the muslim world. The Journal of the Middle East and Africa, 1(1), 120-138. doi:10.1080/21520841003689092 [1]
      Demiralp Yılankaya, S. (2012). White Turks, Black Turks? faultlines beyond islamism versus secularism. Third World Quarterly, 33(4), 511-524. doi:10.1080/01436597.2012.657487 [1]
      Demiralp Yılankaya, S. (2018). Making winners: Urban transformation and neoliberal populism in turkey. The Middle East Journal, 72(1), 89-108. doi:10.3751/72.1.15 [1]
      Demiralp Yılankaya, S., Demiralp Cuda, S. & Gümüş, İ. (2016). The state of property development in turkey: Facts and comparisons. New Perspectives on Turkey, 55, 85-106. doi:10.1017/npt.2016.3 [1]
      Grigoriadis, I., & Kamaras, A. (2008). Foreign direct investment in turkey: Historical constraints and the AKP success story. Middle Eastern Studies, 44(1), 53-68. doi:10.1080/00263200701711812 [1]
      Ilgıt, A. & Kayhan Pusane, Ö. (2018). Countering insurgency: Turkey’s policy toward the PKK’s transnational dynamics in europe. Defense and Security Analysis, 34(1), 35-52. doi:10.1080/14751798.2018.1421402 [1]
      İçduygu, A., Toktaş, Ş. & Soner, B. A. (2008). The politics of population in a nation-building process: Emigration of non-muslims from turkey. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31(2), 358-389. doi:10.1080/01419870701491937 [1]
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      KArakaya Polat, R. & Çağlı, E. (2014). New directions for women's political development in turkey: Exploring the implications of the internet for ka-der. Information Polity, 19(3-4), 179-194. doi:10.3233/IP-140343 [1]