Understading Financial Innovation An Evolutionary Post Keynesian Approach



Overconfidence and bubbles in experimental asset markets
Şahin, Serkan; Küçükkaya, Halit Engin; Yılmaz, Özlem; Department of Business Administration (2013)
The aim of this study is to investigate uncertainty levels of industries and explore those financial ratios that have the highest information content in determining the set of industry characteristics and use the most informative ratios selected in developing industry specific financial distress models. First, we employ factor analysis to determine the set of ratios that are most informative in specified industries. Second, we use entropy method as a Multiple Attribute Decision Making Model, to measure the ...
Overconfidence and Bubbles in Experimental Asset Market
Özdemir, Özlem (null; 2018-07-22)
Rethinking second wave feminism: a poststructuralist approach to the late 1980s’ feminist movement in Turkey in the cases of feminist and kaktüs magazines
Gülçiçek, Demet; Mücen, Barış; Department of Sociology (2015)
This thesis analyses the second wave feminist movement of late 1980s in Turkey with the poststructuralist feminist methodology. Based on the interviews with the feminist circle of the magazines of Feminist (1987-1990) and Kaktüs (1988-1990), the resignification of the term “woman” is analysed as a performative politics as it is conceptualised by Judith Butler. During the resignification of the term “woman”, new ways of doing politics and new themes of politics are analysed as simultaneous effects of this p...
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Bağatur, Sine; Yıldırım, Onur; Department of Economics (2007)
This thesis aims to investigate women’s double-way relation to consumption, as both consumers and commodities. The major goal of the study is to examine the historical construction of women as pimary consuming class and how this relationship of women to consumption has evolved through time. Moreover, it is claimed that display of women as visual objects of male gaze in visual iconography, ideologies of beauty and body politics on women’s appearances resulted in commodification of women in the modern consume...
Underwriter Reputation and Short Run IPO Returns Evidence from an Emerging Market
Danışoğlu, Seza; Güner, Zehra Nuray (null; 2000-09-01)
This study examines the effect of underwriter reputation on the initial-day IPO returns in an emerging market. It uses both a traditional and an extended model given the characteristics of the IPO market under analysis. The results from the traditional model indicate that underwriter reputation does not affect the initial day IPO returns. However, after controlling for factors that are important in determining the price of an IPO in an emerging market, a complex relationship between underwriter reputation m...
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H. Cömert, “Understading Financial Innovation An Evolutionary Post Keynesian Approach,” 2013, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/85431.