Oil prices in the world and in Turkey.

Günay, Cemil


Oil Prices, Fossil-Fuel Stocks and Alternative Energy Stocks
Gormus, Alper; Diltz, David; Soytaş, Uğur (2015-07-01)
As new alternative energy industries are created and old ones are revised, markets constantly try to interpret and adjust to those changes. The purpose of this study is to shed some light on the inner dynamics of the select outside price-shocks versus sector-specific energy companies. This study analyzes the inner dynamics (both short and long-term) of sub-sector energy company portfolios such as petroleum, coal, natural gas, solar, nuclear, wind, and biofuel with respect to each other as well as other asse...
Oil shales in the world and Turkey; Reserves, current situation and future prospects: A review
Altun, Naci Emre; Wang, J. -Y.; Baggi, A. Suat; Kök, Mustafa Verşan (2006-01-01)
Oil shales, which are kerogen-rich sediments, are one of the most important energy alternatives. The widely distributed deposits around the world and their vast amounts make them a promising option as a source of oil or as a solid fuel supplement. Nevertheless, the economics of retorting does not allow their utilization for oil production on a large scale with a few exceptions. Oil shale is an important potential energy resource for Turkey, being the second largest fossil energy source after lignite. This p...
Oil discovery and it's impact on oil refinery in Abadan (Iranian Case)
Partau, Majid Saadat; Berkman, Gülden; Department of Regional Planning (1992)
Oil Prices and Emerging Market Exchange Rates
Turhan, Ibrahim; Hacıhasanoğlu, Erk; Soytaş, Uğur (Informa UK Limited, 2013-01-01)
This paper investigates the role of oil prices in explaining the dynamics of selected emerging countries' exchange rates. Using daily data series, the study concludes that a rise in oil prices leads to significant appreciation of emerging economies' currencies against the U.S. dollar. The authors divide daily returns from January 3, 2003, to June 2, 2010, into three subsamples and test the impact of changes in oil prices on exchange rate movements, generalizing impulse response functions to track the dynami...
Ordu Akkaya, Beyza Mina; Sarı, Ramazan (2019-01-01)
While the relationship between oil prices and stock markets is of great interest to economists, previous studies do not differentiate oil-exporting countries from oil-importing countries when they investigate the effects of oil price shocks on stock market returns. In this paper, we address this limitation using a structural VAR analysis. Our main findings can be summarized as follows: First, the magnitude, duration, and even direction of response by stock market in a country to oil price shocks highly depe...
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C. Günay, “Oil prices in the world and in Turkey.,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 1981.