Determinants of housing prices in Turkey

Hasekioğlu, Gaye


Deniz, Burak; Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Department of Economics (2022-6-09)
As one of the most important elements of the financial system, bank loans significantly affect both the real economy and financial markets. As a result, it is crucial to analyze the determinants as well as the dynamics of bank loans through time. In this study, the determinants of total loans, corporate loans, and consumer loans in the banking sector of Turkey are examined for the period 2005Q1-2019Q4 via an Autoregressive Distributive Lag Model (ARDL). The volume of domestic currency deposits and foreign c...
Determinants of infant mortality in Turkey
Seçkin, Nutiye; Kırdar, Murat G.; Department of Economics (2009)
Infant mortality rate is used as an indicator of a nation’s economic welfare. Despite the tremendous reduction since 1900s infant mortality rate is still high for developing countries. Infant mortality is reduced from 67 to 21 per 1000 live births in 17 years from 1990 to 2007 in Turkey. However, IMR in Turkey is still much higher than the rates in developing countries which is reported as 5 in 2007. In this thesis, I examine regional, household and individual level characteristics that are associated with ...
Determinants of profitability in Turkish banking system
Demirbaş, Nesrin; Gazioğlu, Şaziye; Department of Economics (2009)
This thesis analyses the effect of sectoral and macroeconomic variables on the profitability of the Turkish commercial banks over the period 2005-2009:3 by using multiple regressions. In this study, profitability of Turkish banking system in the mentioned period is discussed and questions such as why some commercial banks are more profitable than others and to what extent discrepancies in banks’ profitability are due to variation in endogenous factors under the control of bank management and to what extent ...
Determinants of non-core liabilities in the turkish banking system
Demirölmez, Beren; Tunç, Gül İpek; Department of Economics (2017)
After the 2008 global financial crises, composition of bank liabilities has begun to draw more attention due to its important role in diagnosing financial vulnerability. According to literature, non-core liabilities are amongst the best indicators of financial crises and because of the more frequent data availability, they also provide real time signaling observation. Although there are various studies about non-core liabilities, there is only a very limited number of country specific studies. Therefore, ou...
Determinants of indigenous technological efforts in the Turkish manufacturing industry
Devran, Yelda; Kırım, Arman S.; Department of Business Administration (1989)
Citation Formats
G. Hasekioğlu, “Determinants of housing prices in Turkey,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.