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Reconsidering the role of non-public actors in Turkish policy-making

Abstract : Indirect forms of government have become increasingly prominent in Turkey over the last few decades. After giving an overview of the growing role of non-public actors in Turkish policy-making, we depart from the common idea that the phenomenon is a result of neoliberalism only and examine the multiple genealogies and complex dynamics at work. The paper then questions the preconception according to which the involvement of non-public actors implies a retreat of the state and frames these developments in terms of changing forms of government. Finally, we question the outcomes of this phenomenon in terms of policy and power reconfigurations.
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Elise Massicard, Claire Visier. Reconsidering the role of non-public actors in Turkish policy-making. Mediterranean Politics, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2019, 24 (3), pp.311-319. ⟨10.1080/13629395.2017.1398887⟩. ⟨hal-01647931⟩



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