Empirical Studies on the Environmental Problems in the Context of Socioscientific Issues: A Systematic Review



Empirical studies on price determinants of online auctions with machine learning applications
Öz, Emrah; Gaygısız Lajunen, Esma; Department of Economics (2019)
Current technological developments have changed our trading habits and the importance of e-commerce in our lives has grown rapidly in the past decade. This new economic and technological environment generates massive, cheap, easily accessible and invaluable data. One of the important topics in electronic trade is the price estimation. Electronic trade takes place usually through two sales methods. The first is auctioning and the second is Buy-it-Now (BIN) sales. This dissertation concentrates on the determi...
Empirical investigation of owner-occupiers' reinvestments in housing: the case of Ankara, Turkey
Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2014-03-01)
In Turkey, reinvestments in the existing housing stock are entirely dependent on households' decisions in the free market. There are no policies to consider reinvestment processes, and the body of knowledge on households' reinvestment decisions is scant. Understanding how individual reinvestment decisions are determined is vital to devise policy measures to improve the condition of the existing housing stock and neighbourhoods. In this study, an attempt is made to identify the basic motivations and factors ...
Empirical investigation of the relationship between investors’ average holding periods and price informativeness
Çetin, Müge; Güner, Zehra Nuray; Department of Business Administration (2020)
Short-term trading is alleged to breed informational inefficiency and lead to excess volatility in stock markets. On the other hand, it is observed that investors’ average holding periods are declining steadily all over the world. There is an extensive body of theory on information heterogeneity, the impact of higher order beliefs and short-termism in asset pricing, yet empirical studies testing their implications are scarce. The objective of this thesis is to provide empirical evi...
Empirical analysis of the relationship between electricity demand and economic uncertainty
Akarsu, Gülsüm; Gaygısız Lajunen, Esma; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2013)
The determination of the factors that influence electricity demand and the estimation of price and income elasticities are very crucial for both effective policies and consistent demand projections. The purposes of this dissertation are to investigate the determinants of electricity demand, to obtain the price and income elasticities, and to examine the effect of economic uncertainty/volatility on the electricity demand. We model electricity demand as a function of electricity price, income, urbanization ra...
Empirical evaluation of a decision support model for adopting software product line engineering
Tuzun, Eray; Tekinerdogan, Bedir; Kalender, Mert Emin; Bilgen, Semih (2015-04-01)
Context: The software product line engineering (SPLE) community has provided several different approaches for assessing the feasibility of SPLE adoption and selecting transition strategies. These approaches usually include many rules and guidelines which are very often implicit or scattered over different publications. Hence, for the practitioners it is not always easy to select and use these rules to support the decision making process. Even in case the rules are known, the lack of automated support for st...
Citation Formats
C. B. Uygun and Ö. Yılmaz Tüzün, “Empirical Studies on the Environmental Problems in the Context of Socioscientific Issues: A Systematic Review,” presented at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://eera-ecer.de/ecer-programmes/conference/26/contribution/51629/.