“The Variable Selection Problem in the Three Worlds of Welfare Literature” (Forthcoming at Social Indicators Research) (Erdem Yörük, İbrahim Öker, Kerem Yıldırım and Burcu Yakut Çakar)

“Special Issue: The New Politics of Welfare in Emerging Market Economies“ ( Forthcoming at Governance edited by Erdem Yörük and Stein Kuhnle; and with the contributions of Alper Şükrü Gençer, Angelica Puricelli, Çağrı Yoltar, Erdem Yörük, Flavio A. Gaitan, Matteo Messoula, Sebastian Sirén and Yuxi Zhang)“The Global Contentious Politics of Social Assistance” (under review at World Politics – SSCI) (Erdem Yörük, Rahmi Çemen)

“Indigenous Unrest and the Contentious Politics of Social Assistance in Mexico” (under review at World Development – SSCI) (Erdem Yörük, İbrahim Öker and Lara Şarlak)

“Thirty years of the ‘Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism’: A Review of Reviews” (under review at Social Policy & Administration – SSCI) (Erdem Yörük, Martin Powell and Ali Bargu)

“Towards Generalizable Place Name Recognition Systems: Analysis and Enhancement of NER Systems on English News from India” (At 12th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR’18), November 6, 2018, Seattle, WA, USA) (Arda Akdemir, Ali Hürriyetoğlu, Erdem Yörük, Burak Gürel, Çağrı Yoltar and Deniz Yüret)

“Social and political polarization in the developing world: a comparative study on Brazil and Turkey” (Forthcoming at European Review) (Erdem Yörük, Alvaro Comin)

“State, Capital and the Historical Sociology of Capitalism”, Mulkiye Journal, 42(2018): 209-238 [“Devlet, Sermaye ve Kapitalizmin Tarihsel Sosyolojisi Üzerine”, Mülkiye Dergisi] (Erdem Yörük)

“Discourse, Representation, Agency and Narrative: A Critique of the New Poverty Literature”, Social Sciences Research Journal, 6(2017): 319-330 [“Söylem, Temsil, Faillik ve Anlatı: Yeni Yoksulluk Literatürünün Bir Eleştirisi”, Sosyal Bilimler Araştırma Dergisi] (Erdem Yörük)

“International Development, State and Society”, Bulletin of Economic Theory and Analysis, 2(2017): 309 – 327 [“Uluslararası Kalkınma, Devlet ve Toplum”] (Erdem Yörük)

“The Rise of China and the New Capitalism”, Socioeconomy, 26(2018) [“Çin’in Yükselişi ve Yeni Kapitalizm”, Sosyoekonomi] (Erdem Yörük)

Relevant Previous Publications by the Team:

“Straddling Two Continents and beyond Three Worlds? The case of Turkey’s Welfare Regime”, New Perspectives on Turkey, 57 (2017): 85-114 (Erdem Yörük,  Martin Powell)

“The World Bank and social assistance in developing and transition countries: Taking stock of the political agenda”, Current Sociology, 65(2016): 113-132 (Erdem Yörük, Eske van Gils)

Personalistic Linkages and Persuasion in Turkish Party Politics.  Contemporary Turkey at a Glance II, (Springer): 53-69 (Kerem Yıldırım)

“Shifting Forms of Turkish State Paternalism Toward the Kurds: Social Assistance as Benevolent Control”, Dialectical Anthropology, 37(2013): 153-158 (Erdem Yörük, Hişyar Özsoy)
doi: 10.1007/s10624-013-9305-2

“Welfare Provision as Political Containment: The Politics of Social Assistance and the Kurdish Conflict in Turkey”, Politics and Society, 40(2012): 517-547 (Erdem Yörük)

“Towards Building a Political Protest Database to Explain Changes in the Welfare State”, Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (2016) (Erdem Yörük, Çagıl Ulusahin and Arzucan Özgür)

Work in Progress

Social Assistance as Political Containment in Contemporary China,
by Erdem Yörük, Burak Gürel and Ali Bargu.

Welfare as Counter-Insurgency in Contemporary India,
by Murat Koyuncu, Erdem Yörük and Burak Gürel.

Four Worlds of Global Welfare,
by Erdem Yörük and İbrahim Öker.

‘Sifting the Wheat from the Chaff’ Again,
by Erdem Yörük and Ali Bargu.

The Politics of Social Assistance in Contemporary Asia: Comparative Analysis of China, India, and Turkey
by Indrajit Roy, Erdem Yörük and Burak Gürel.

The Politics of Social Assistance in South Africa,
by Erdem Yörük and Alper Şükrü Gençer.

The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease: How Riots and World Bank Recommendations Shape Global Social Assistance Provision,
by Rahmi Çemen and Erdem Yörük.