What are the similarities and differences between Copenhagen economic criteria and IMF/World Bank induced economic reforms?(in the Turkish context)
INTL 410 / ECIR 410
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• Topic selection
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• Proposal (abstract/outline)
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“10852379“. The password is “development”.
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from your final paper score.
ü The paper should be approximately 3000 words long, including everything.
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ü As a hard copy to the TA, during class, during office hour or by appointment.
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ü Late submission of the final paper is penalized with the subtraction of one point per
day from the final paper score.