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Down and up the “U” – A synthetic cohort (panel) analysis of female labor force participation in Turkey, 1988–2013
Tunalı, İnsan; Kırdar, Murat G.; Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem (2021-10-01)
© 2021 Elsevier LtdWe study the aggregate labor force participation behavior of women over a 25-year period in Turkey using a synthetic panel approach. In our decomposition of age, year, and cohort effects, we use three AP...
Lying individually or in a game in the presence of norm enforcer
Gurallar, Kübra; Büyükboyacı Hanay, Mürüvvet İlknur; Department of Economics (2021-9)
We conduct an online experiment to explore the role of symmetric externalities and third-party (norm enforcer) punishment on dishonest behavior. In particular, for symmetric externality treatments, we vary whether reports ...
Farklı Çağların, Ekonomilerin ve Coğrafyaların Vebaları: COVID-19 ve HIV/AIDS
Özen, İlhan Can (Nika Yayincilik, 2021-09-01)
Çalışmanın temel amacı, sosyoekonomik modellerin farklı salgın hastalıkları ve epidemilerin toplum içindeki ilerleme hızı ve yönü konusunda nasıl bilgi verebileceğini tartışmak ve uygulamaya koymaktır. Çalışmamızda 1990...
On barriers to technology adoption, appropriate technology and European integration
Mercenier, Jean; Voyvoda, Ebru (2021-08-01)
We first estimate country- and sector-specific technology frontiers within the EU, and show that countries that joined the Union in 2004-7 clearly stand below the lower envelope frontier of the older members in their use o...
Effectiveness of R&D tax incentives in Turkey
Taş, Ekin; Erdil, Erkan; Department of Economics (2021-7)
The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of research and development (R&D) tax incentives in generating additional business R&D expenditures in Turkey by applying propensity score matching (PSM) to correct...
Stephen Pericles Ladas and the 1923 Greco-Turkish Exchange of Populations: the making and unmaking of a narrative
Yıldırım, Onur (2021-07-01)
This article focuses on the narrative of the 1923 Greco-Turkish Exchange of Populations with a focus on the role of a prominent figure in the making of this narrative, namely, Stephen Pericles Ladas. His 89-year-old book i...
THE DETERMINANTS OF CREDIT CRUNCH IN TURKISH BANKING SECTOR: EVIDENCE FROM GRANULAR BANK-LEVEL DATA
Şenol, Ahmet; Ercan, Hakan; Department of Economics (2021-6-29)
Understanding pattern of the lending through macroeconomic indicators and financial fundamentals have an utmost significance to define and illustrate cycle of economic activity and supervision of financial stability. Both ...
HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES IN MASSACHUSETTS: CONTRIBUTING SCHOOL FACTORS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A CHANGE IN SCHOOL CHOICE MECHANISM
Akbulut, Orhun; Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem; Department of Economics (2021-6)
It is viewed that high dropout rates in high school in the US is still a relevant and persistent problem. Apart from the individual reasons, school-related factors also contribute to the decision of dropping out. School ch...
Stephen King's "Needful Things": a dystopian vision of capitalism during its triumph
Cedrini, Mario; Dagnes, Joselle; Akdere, Çınla (2021-06-01)
In Stephen King's horror novel Needful Things, a stranger comes to town and opens a shop wherein any inhabitant can find exactly the thing s/he desires most, in exchange for playing "pranks" that cause distress to other me...
Set and Forget? The Evolution of Business Law in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey
Ağır, Münis Seven; Artunç, Cihan (2021-06-01)
This study examines the transplantation and evolution of business law in the late Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish republic, drawing broader implications for the economic and political determinants of legal transplanta...
Kitap Tanıtımı : "Hepsi Aynı Şeyi Söyleyecekse Bu Kadar Çok İktisatçıya Ne Gerek Var: Çoksesli Bir İktisat İçin Manifesto"
Dinçaslan, Mehmet (ODTÜ İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi, 2021-6)
Burnt by the sun: disaggregating temperature’s current and future impact on mortality in the Turkish context
Özen, İlhan Can (2021-05-01)
Our study plans to quantify the effect of higher temperatures on differentcritical Turkish health outcomes mainly to chart future developments andto identify locations in Turkey that may be potential vulnerable hotspots.Th...
Developing Renewable Electricity Generation in the Global Economy: Co –evolution of Renewable Energy Technological Innovation System and Global Values Chains
Erden Topal, Yelda(2021-4-30)
To meet increasing energy demand with fossil fuels causes the problems of import dependency and energy insecurity. Deployment of emerging technologies for renewable electricity generation is supposed to be an alternative f...
Predicting the Resilience of the Health Care System to New Arrivals: The Case of the Public Health System of Turkey
Özen, İlhan Can; Tuncay, Berna (2021-4-01)
Purpose/Objectives: Since the start of the Syrian war, a significant population has moved out of the Syrian Republic into its neighborhood environs. Turkey has had a significant effect on its health system and society, as...
Female education as a path to family health-is it a panacea? evidence from Turkısh health surveys
Ahsen, Ayşenur; Özen, İlhan Can; Department of Economics (2021-3-09)
The compulsory schooling reform introduced in 1997 had a substantial effect on the middle school graduations of women. By taking advantage of this natural experiment, we aim at investigating the impacts of women education ...
Is There Knowledge Convergence Among European Regions? Evidence from the European Union Framework Programmes
Erdil, Erkan; Akçomak, İbrahim Semih; Çetinkaya, Umut Yılmaz (2021-03-01)
Hinging on the collaboration-induced knowledge diffusion literature, this paper aims at investigating how the landscape of knowledge production and diffusion has changed over the years and whether there is evidence of know...
Diversities of innovation
Erdil, Erkan (2021-03-01)
Economic Drivers as Anchors of EU-Turkey Relations: Trade, Finance and Knowledge
Erdil, Erkan; Akçomak, İbrahim Semih (Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2021-03-01)
The impact of immigrants on illegal electricity consumption: case of Syrian immigrants in Turkey
Genç, Akın Can; Derin Güre, Pınar; Department of Economics (2021-1-28)
Electricity is necessity for daily needs in today’s condition and it has gained so much importance. Accordingly, illegal electricity consumption is a crucial situation in both developing and developed countries and this th...
The impact of imigrants on illegal electricity consumption :case of Syrian immigrant in Turkey
Genç, Akın Can; Derin Güre, Pınar; Department of Economics (2021-1-28)
Electricity is necessity for daily needs in today’s condition and it has gained so much importance. Accordingly, illegal electricity consumption is a crucial situation in both developing and developed countries and this th...
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