Dynamics of product innovation in the Turkish manufacturing industry : the case of a medium-sized electrical home appliance company

Ergin, Arif Özver


Dynamics of knowledge production: the case of social research industry in Turkey
Kıraç, Gülper; Zırh, Besim Can; Department of Sociology (2019)
Knowledge production dynamics around the world have subjected to a transformation effecting all knowledge production actors and all disciplines. The crucial part of this transformation is entrance of the non-academic actors in the field of knowledge production and the ways producing information. This study aims to interrogate how this global trend affects the dynamics of knowledge production in Turkey through non-academic actors in the field of applied social research, and provide empirical data regarding n...
Dynamics of policy formation in Turkey and the U.S. : a comparative case study of two reform initiatives
Keser Aschenberger, Filiz; Yıldırım, Ali; Department of Educational Sciences (2012)
The bond between the state and education has become stronger due to expended role and control of the state over education especially in the 21st century. Control of the state on education is embodied in educational policies which are the apparatus of modern states used to shape the education system in accordance with the basic interests and values of the society. However, educational policy is a complex, dynamic and multi-tiered concept that is formulated in a diverse sociopolitical system. Understanding th...
Dynamics of Post-crisis Reform in Public Policy:The Case of Education Policy in Turkey
Bayırbağ, Mustafa Kemal (Springer, 2015-01-01)
This chapter aims to investigate how crises translate into major changes in public policy, in the case of education policy in Turkey. It is indicated that the post-crisis interventions of governments tend to redistribute the fiscal burden on public purse by employing a three-level preference set: economic policy priorities vs social policy priorities; among the sectors belonging to the same policy family; and among different levels/institutions of the same policy field. The chapter, thus, attempts to develo...
Dynamics of bank profitability: Evidence from Turkey
Saniç, Yusuf Halit; Şendeniz Yüncü, İlkay (ODTÜ İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi, 2021-6-31)
This study examines whether the capital adequacy ratio, which is calculated with risk- weighted assets, explains the bank profitability in Turkey, and whether profitability dynamics vary for different bank sizes. This paper also aims to examine the effects of international trade between the EU-28 and Turkey on bank profitability. Our bank profitability measures are; return on assets, return on equity, and net interest margin. Our results show evidence of a positive...
Dynamics of the russian foreign policy between 2000-2019: nuclear energy as a foreign policy tool in the case of Turkey
Güler, Mehmet Çağatay; Köksal, Pınar; Department of Eurasian Studies (2019)
This thesis examines the dynamics of Russian foreign policy between 2000-2019 by specifically focusing on the civilian aspect of nuclear energy and how it shapes Russia’s relations with Turkey. It aims to clarify the role and the importance of nuclear energy as a foreign policy tool, specifically in the case of Turkey. To this end, Russian nuclear energy policy is scrutinized in detail. This thesis argues that the marketing and trading of nuclear power plants (NPPs) for civilian purposes not only provides s...
Citation Formats
A. Ö. Ergin, “ Dynamics of product innovation in the Turkish manufacturing industry : the case of a medium-sized electrical home appliance company,” Middle East Technical University, 2000.