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|Titre||Turkish Peak Business Organizations and the Europeanization of Domestic Structures in Turkey Meeting the European Union Membership Conditions|
|Département||F703 - (archive)Faculté des sciences sociales, politiques et économiques - Sciences politiques|
|Intitulé du diplôme||Doctorat en sciences politiques|
|Date de défense||2008-10-17|
Bayar, Ali (Membre du jury/Committee Member)
Hastings, Michel (Membre du jury/Committee Member)
Pérez-Solorzano Borragán, Nieves (Membre du jury/Committee Member)
Ugur, Mehmet (Membre du jury/Committee Member)
de Waele, Jean-Michel (Promoteur/Director)
|Mots-clés||Turquie et Union Européenne, Européanisation, groupes d’intérêt, Turkey and European Union, organisations patronales, Europeanization, Business organizations, interest groups|
|Résumé||This study analyses the possible impact of the European Union (EU) on the development of the relations between business interest groups and the government in Turkey, more precisely on the interventions of the business interest groups in domestic policy-making. Hence it deals with the links between the progress of the relationship between Turkey and the EU and the development of domestic interest group activity in Turkey.
The progress of Turkey’s relations with the EU enhanced the visibility of the Turkish Peak Business Organizations (PBOs) in representing Turkish business interests in Brussels. Moreover, the evolution of the activities of the PBOs, provides a broader understanding of the developments of the general characteristics of the relations between the government and business interest groups in Turkey. Hence the investigation focuses on the major Turkish PBOs.
We examine the relations of Turkish PBOs with the EU, essentially, on the basis of the observation of their transnational actions within the EU as well as their participation in financial and technical assistance programmes of the EU and in the joint institutional structures of the association regime between Turkey and the EU. By analysing these two dimensions we assess the repercussions of the socialization of the Turkish PBOs on their strategies of action in dealing with European Affairs, on discourses they adopted regarding domestic policy-making and on their organizational structure and policy agenda.
We elaborate our topic with reference to the Europeanization concept, which covers the examination of the consequences of the European governance on national systems. Through the Europeanization concept we observe the correlation between the progress of the Turkey-EU relations and the ongoing process of change in the patterns of interventions of the Turkish business interest groups in domestic policy-making.