Piety, Business and Politics : Anatolian Capitalism at a Scary Altitude. / Ozcan, Gul.

In: British Association for Turkish Area Studies Review, No. 32, 01.11.2018, p. 16-21.

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Piety, Business and Politics : Anatolian Capitalism at a Scary Altitude. / Ozcan, Gul.

In: British Association for Turkish Area Studies Review, No. 32, 01.11.2018, p. 16-21.

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Ozcan G. Piety, Business and Politics: Anatolian Capitalism at a Scary Altitude. British Association for Turkish Area Studies Review. 2018 Nov 1;(32):16-21.

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Ozcan, Gul. / Piety, Business and Politics : Anatolian Capitalism at a Scary Altitude. In: British Association for Turkish Area Studies Review. 2018 ; No. 32. pp. 16-21.

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