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  • Kuloglu, Nilgun; Durmus, Serap (2014-07-12)
    The aim of this paper is to set light to relationship between the city and traditional house via the concept of ‘change’. In this direction, the main issue of this paper to discuss the reflections of change which lived ...
  • Zeka, Egin; Yüzer, Mehmet Ali (2014-06-02)
    The city is a very complex phenomenon that is formed under the effect of different actors and their relationships with each other. Urban design, as a discipline that tries to establish the most appropriate models (methods) ...
  • A. Qorri; Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina; B. Ibrahimi; Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina; V. Rexhepi; Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina; E. Beqiraj; Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina; N. Kabashi; Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina (International Student Conference of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    Many current problems are related to noise, which in many cases may be undesirable factorfor the daily activities and work conditions. This is especially evident in urban areas, where isa rapid growth of traffic including ...
  • Ali Ihsan Ozdemir; Albana Muzhaqi; Besjana Laci; Simonetti Biagio (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The aim of this paper is to explain the exploration and the production of natural gas in Albania, which has an important impact on the country's economy. The development of the natural gas sector in Albania is one of the ...
  • Fatma Tombul; Anadolu University; Mustafa Tombul; Anadolu University (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    Despite the fact that water resources are quite limited on earth, the rapid increase inpopulation, unconscious consumption, pollution, and, irregular urbanisation led to the consequence of water as a significant problem ...
  • Sigrun Prahl; University of Applied Science Niederrhein (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    In this article, the commercial use of sports venues is examined as a means to explore the commercialization and privatization of urban spaces through marketing and sponsorship at public events. It reveals how Berlin was ...
  • Meça, Melina (2015-07-15)
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the relation between transformational leadership, emotional intelligence and job satisfaction within banking system. Research is subjected to some employees of secondary banking ...
  • Bukvic, Rajko (2014-06-03)
    Paper considers the foundations, results and perspectives of transition process in Serbia. The foundations were the postulates of neoclassical economics, the mainstream in recent economic thought. They determined the goal, ...
  • Leka, Agim (2016-01)
    The collapse of totalitarianisms, the integration and transition global are objective phenomena, which changed many political and social doctrines, which relate to democracy and civilization. A review of relations between ...
  • Pollo, Genc (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2012-07)
    Increasing real public participation in governance and decision making is one of the greatest challenges of modern democracies as well as of these countries seeking to elevate their level of decision making and effective ...
  • Smilja Bertram; The University of Texas at Austin (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    The paper explores how travel, through the experience of study abroad programs, affects the spatial imagination and design methods of architecture students. Travel experiences can be a critical factor in shaping a student's ...
  • Dimitrova, Blagovesta; Vuckovic, Milena; Kiesel, Kristina; Mahdavi, Ardeshir (2014-06-02)
    Urbanization generally influences the microclimate by changes introduced in land cover, the compact spatial structure of the metropolitan areas, the emission of pollutants, the modification of the physical properties of ...
  • Beyza Ustaoglu; Sakarya University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The study area, Catalca-Kocaeli Peninsula was located on Marmara Region,northwestern of Turkey. Due to the industrialization, transportation and job opportunities excess and adequacy of education and health services, the ...
  • Esra Diri (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    After the cold war, the civil war broke out in Balkans and intervention ofUSA/NATO ended the war with world public opinion's influence. Turkey was notindifferent to the war in Balkans because of its security and national ...
  • Haltaş, İsmail (2nd International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-05-23)
    Flooding is a serious natural disaster in Turkey similar to rest of the world causing significant economical damage and loss of lives every year. Statistical analyses show that in Turkey, after the earthquake, flooding ...
  • BIRGILI, Erhan; AKAYTAY, Ali; GUMUS, Fatih B. (Epoka University Press, 2008-03-28)
    Insurance sector has more powerful effect on every countries' economy especially in developed countries. Insurance sector has more subsector like health, retirement, fire, accident, car etc. Car insurance subsector has ...
  • Bekir Cinar; Epoka University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    This paper investigates Turkish foreign policies towards Balkans in general and Albania in particular. It is clear that there is not a great deal of academic study conducted on this topic.The purpose of this study is to ...
  • Tartari, Alban (2014-06-02)
    The Republic of Turkey is now maybe the most dominant and economically powerful country in the Balkans. In the current global economic crisis, Turkey remains the 17th most developed country in the world, and it expects to ...
  • Manahasa, Edmond (2014-06-02)
    This paper discusses and critically analyzes the issue of building skyscrapers in the Main Boulevard of the capital of Albania Tirana, an urban historical zone which is defined as “City Spine” and which constitutes a very ...
  • Hüseyin, Bilgin; Armando, Demaj (2011-05-19)
    Monumental historical structures are symbols of the cultural identity and continuity and they are the main part of the heritage and the human history. They should be preserved in their own settings with their original ...

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