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  • 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 ...
  • Sahin, Benan; Gul, Leman Figen (2014-06-02)
    With the proliferation of the use of information technologies in design activity, digital tools and techniques become determinant factors. The digital design processes and approaches that are always considered as complex ...
  • Trifonova, Raya (2016-05)
    This paper discusses good practices and industry experience in the safe installation of unitized curtain walls. An overview of the relevant standards and regulations is presented. Sequence of the installation works and ...
  • Vjosa Shehu; Epoka University; Sokol Dervishi; Epoka University (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    In developing countries, people with disabilities face a multitude of obstacles in their physical environment preventing them from participating in social, cultural and professional life. Given this tort, major concerns ...
  • Capuni, Ilir; Dervishaj, Ervin (2013-12-19)
    The most natural question of reliable computation, in every computation model and noise model,is whether given a certain level of noise, a machine of that model exists that canperform arbitrarily complex computations under ...
  • Yunitsyna, Anna (2014-06-02)
    Composition and spatial organization of the dwelling can vary due to the multiple factors, such as economical, climatic and cultural, but the functional organization of dwelling is defined by basic human activities. Universal ...
  • Kalemi, Edlira; Tola, Krisel (2013-12-19)
    The real-time web is a set of technologies and practices that enable users to receive information as soon as it is published by its authors, rather than requiring that they or their software check a source periodically for ...
  • Franca Restuccia; University of Catania<br />; Mariateresa Galizia; University of Catania; Cettina Santagati; University of Catania (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    The present essay deals with the urban space of Piazza del Governo in Enna, a town located in the center of Sicily. This square is a work projected and realized in 1935 by the palermitan architect Salvatore Caronia Roberti. ...
  • Brixhita, Deda (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2012-04-19)
  • Cemal Oztas; Eyup Zengin; Rovsen Ibrahimov (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Sustainable development is a term that was first used before the public in adocument "Our Common Future" prepared by a commission of The United NationsEnvironmental Programme. It envisages the aims and methods of development ...
  • Mahdavi, Ardeshir (2014-06-02)
    Cities represent massive anthropogenic interventions in the planetary environment. They contribute to climate change and are affected by it. The world population increasingly lives in cities, implying the critical need for ...
  • Adetokunbo Ilesanmi; Obafemi Awolowo University (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    Urban design has been described as being 'about the making of better places for people'; therefore the growing trend of natural and human-induced disasters should be areas of key concern to urban designers and other built ...
  • Andreas Savvides; University of Cyprus (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    This paper looks into frameworks which aim at furthering the discussion of the role of regenerative design practices in a city's historic core utilizing the tool of urban design to jumpstart urban revitalization in the ...
  • Ana Ruiz; University of Navarre (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    During the last decades cities have developed as never before, and their configuration represents a potential testing ground from many different perspectives. The Spanish experience reveals that, although there has been ...
  • Meniku, Jonida; Maliqari, Andrea; Miri, Adriana (2014-07-14)
    Albania is lacking relatively behind concerning the adoption of public – private partnerships for sustainable urban development projects. This research states that public-private schemes have the potential of becoming an ...
  • Meniku, Jonida; Maliqari, Andrea; Miri, Adriana (2014-06-02)
    Albania is lacking relatively behind concerning the adoption of public – private partnerships for sustainable urban development projects. This research states that public-private schemes have the potential of becoming an ...

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