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Stock market development and low-carbon economy: The role of innovation and renewable energy
Zeqiraj, Veton; Sohag, Kazi; Soytaş, Uğur (Elsevier BV, 2020-09-01)
We examine the effect of stock market development (SMD) on the low-carbon economy (LCE). We consider two channels, renewable energy and technological innovation by which this affect occurs. We use the cross-sectional autor...
Roundtable Discussion on Homegrown Theorizing
AYDINLI, ERSEL; AYDIN, MUSTAFA; Baran, Emre; Makarychev, Andrey; Smith, Karen; GÖZEN, RAMAZAN; İPEK, PINAR; Kuru, Deniz; ÖZDEMİR, HALUK; Shih, Chih-Yu; Mallavarapu, Siddharth; Chen, Ching-Chang; Kostem, Seckin; Ersoy, Eyup; Jorgensen, Knud Erik; Esen, Berk (2018-06-01)
3D Scale for Awareness, Attitude, Stigma of Addiction
KAYA, NİHAN POTAS; ERÇETİN, ŞEFİKA ŞULE; YILMAZ, MEHMET; Acikalin, Suay Nilhan; Gungor, Halime; Akyol, Esra Soydas (2016-04-01)
This study's, aim is to develop a three-dimensional scale for awareness, attitude, stigma of substance addiction and addicts. The awareness dimension is composed of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesi...
The outcome of the multifetal pregnancy reduction procedures in a single centre: A report of 202 completed cases
Yilanhoglu, Necip Cihangir; Semiz, Altug; Arisoy, Resul; Kahraman, Semra; Gurkan, Ali Arslan (Elsevier BV, 2018-11-01)
Objective: To review the results of fetal reduction procedures in our institution, evaluate its effects on the pregnancy outcome in terms of miscarriage, preterm delivery, taking home healthy babies and discuss the factors...
A Comprehensive Study on Addiction: 3D Scale on Youth
KAYA, NİHAN POTAS; ERÇETİN, ŞEFİKA ŞULE; Acikalin, Suay Nilhan; Gungor, Halime; Akyol, Esra Soydas (2018-10-01)
Substance addiction is a social problem that influences all dimensions of individuals' lives, closing off their environment and disrupting their lives. Structuring the prosperity of society through youths, who have gained ...
The influence of nationality and gender on ethical sensitivity: An application of the issue-contingent model
Simga-Mugan, C; Daly, BA; Onkal, D; Kavut, L (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2005-03-01)
When a member of an organization has to make a decision or act in a way that may benefit some stakeholders at the expense of others, ethical dilemmas may arise. This paper examines ethical sensitivity regarding the duties ...
The determinants of air passenger traffic at Turkish airports
Albayrak, Muhammed Bilge Kagan; Ozcan, Ismail Cagri; Can, Raif; Dobruszkes, Frederic (Elsevier BV, 2020-07-01)
Investigating the determinants of air passenger traffic has become commonplace. In contrast with most previous publications, this paper investigates these determinants in an emerging country, Turkey, at the provincial leve...
Competition, Speculative Risks, and IT Security Outsourcing
Cezar, Asunur; Cavusoglu, Huseyin; Raghunathan, Srinivasan (2009-06-25)
Information security management is becoming a more critical and, simultaneously, a challenging function for many firms. Even though many security managers are skeptical about outsourcing of IT security, others have cited r...
Entry to foreign markets and productivity: Evidence from a matched sample of Turkish manufacturing firms
DALGIÇ, BAŞAK; FAZLIOĞLU, BURCU; Karaoglan, Deniz (2015-07-04)
We examine the effects of international trading activities of firms on creating productivity gains in Turkey by using a recent firm-level data set over the period 2003-2010. We establish treatment models and investigate th...
Modeling the college application decision process in a land-grant university
DesJardins, SL; Dundar, H; Hendel, DD (1999-02-01)
Over the past two decades as student recruitment has become increasingly important, numerous studies have examined the college choice process in an attempt to identify factors influencing students' decision making. The fin...