Business Organization and Commercial Activity in Turkey between 1923 and 1950: Alternative Sources and Preliminary Findings



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Ağır, Münis Seven (null; 2016-05-22)
Business cycle non-linearities in UK consumption and production
Ocal, N; Osborn, DR (Wiley, 2000-01-01)
This paper develops non-linear smooth transition autoregressive (STAR) models with two additive smooth transition components to capture the business cycle characteristics of UK real consumers' expenditure and industrial production. The results indicate consumption has essentially two business cycle regimes: recession and expansion. Industrial production, however, is characterized by the three regimes of recession, normal growth and high growth. The transitions describing recovery from recession are very sim...
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Pirgan Matur, Eser; Parmaksız, Ömer Kağan; Kılınç, Mustafa; Department of Economics (2014)
This dissertation documents the differences in the course of macroeconomic volatility in emerging market economies and advanced countries. Then the dynamics of emerging market business cycles and macroeconomic effects of financial shocks are investigated using a small open economy real business cycle model with credit constraints calibrated to the Turkish economy. The results indicate that the impact of financial shocks crucially depends on whether the firms can access to alternative sources of finance when...
Business cycles in emerging economies
Erdem, Fatma Pınar; Özmen, Erdal; Department of Economics (2011)
Until very recently, most emerging market economies have achieved higher growth rates for the last decade. It is controversial whether this good economic environment is due to domestic reforms or due to favorable external factors. In this framework, the main aim of this study is to investigate the structure and sources of business cycles in emerging market economies and to determine how these cycles differ than those in developed countries. The role of external and domestic factors on business cycles are an...
Business disaster preparedness of SMES : a survey study in METU Technoparks
Aydın, Mevlüt Türker; Yılmaz, Özlem Özdemir; Department of Business Administration (2014)
Small and Medium Enterprises have an important role in the economy of Turkey and the economic contribution of these businesses is significantly high. However, SMEs encounter financial, conjectural and disaster related risks. Since disasters are frequently occurred events in Turkey and SMEs are vulnerable to the disasters, this situation affects the businesses negatively. For this reason, organizations must take precautions against disasters to minimize these effects. The aim of this study is to contribute t...
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