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Gül İpek Tunç

E-mail
ipek@metu.edu.tr
Department
Department of Economics
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Drivers of fuel based carbon dioxide emissions: The case of Turkey
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap (2018-01-01)
In this study, CO2 emissions of Turkish economy are decomposed for 1990-2013 period for five sectors; agriculture, forestry and fishery, manufacturing industries and construction, public electricity and heat production, tr...
CO2 emissions of Turkish manufacturing industry: A decomposition analysis
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap (2011-06-01)
In this study. CO2 emissions of Turkish manufacturing industry are calculated by using the fuel consumption data at ISIC revision 2, four digit level. Study covers 57 industries, for the 1995-2001 period. Log Mean Divisia ...
A decomposition analysis of CO2 emissions from energy use: Turkish case
Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap; Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif (2009-11-01)
Environmental problems, especially "climate change" due to significant increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gases, have been on the agenda since 1980s. Among the greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most important...
The relationship between income and environment in Turkey: Is there an environmental Kuznets curve?
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Turut-Asik, Serap; Tunç, Gül İpek (2009-03-01)
A B S T R A C T In this study, we investigate the relationship between income and environmental quality for Turkey at two levels. First, the relationship between the CO(2) emissions and per capita income is examined by the...
Environmental impact of customs union agreement with EU on Turkey's trade in manufacturing industry
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap (Informa UK Limited, 2008-01-01)
In this study, we analyse Turkey's manufacturing industry trade by estimating sectoral import and export demand equations for 1980-2000. The study aims to understand whether the trade in the manufacturing industry complies...
Pollution haven hypothesis and the role of dirty industries in Turkey's exports
Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap (2007-04-01)
The pollution haven hypothesis maintains that the industries that are highly pollution intensive, i.e. dirty industries, have been migrating from developed economies to the developing world. It is argued that the environme...
CO2 emissions vs. CO2 responsibility: An input-output approach for the Turkish economy
Tunç, Gül İpek; Turut-Asik, Serap; Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif (Elsevier BV, 2007-02-01)
Recently, global warming (greenhouse effect) and its effects have become one of the hottest topics in the world agenda. There have been several international attempts to reduce the negative effects of global warming. The K...