Residential Energy Efficiency: Turkish Case

Ekonomik Yaklaşım


Residential energy efficiency: Turkish case
Kartal, Aysun; Türüt Aşık, Serap.; Department of Economics (2019)
This study aims to analyze residential electricity demand of Turkey between 2008 and 2015, provide relative efficiency scores of provinces in electricity use and reveal the determinants of (in)efficiency through stochastic frontier approach. Empirical results indicate that having higher income, inhabiting in densely populated provinces and living at detached houses result in increasing electricity consumption at the residential sector. On the other hand, as household size increases, electricity consumption ...
Residential Architecture As A Means Of Showcasing Western Modernization: The Case Of Tehran (1963-1979)
Valizadeh, Paria (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2021-6-30)
Modernization programs in Iran emerged with the 1963 White Revolution and transformed the socio-spatial organization of the capital city of Tehran. This modernization was associated with Westernization and led to uneven urban development, exacerbated class divisions and developed a kind of fetishism of urbanization in the Iranian society of 1970s. Modernizing the society in the image of the west and in particular the United States fascinated the upper classes since they could afford to live in the ways desc...
Residential satisfaction of children in mass housing
Severcan, Yücel Can; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan (null; 2015-06-17)
Residential satisfaction is a significant topic in environmental psychology, urban design and housing yet there is little research on residential satisfaction among children. Although a few scholars, such as Severcan (2012), examined children’s place attachment (a construct that is positively correlated with residential satisfaction) in historical districts that were slated for urban regeneration, we know little about the effects of living in mass housing developments on children’s place satisfaction. This ...
Residential Relocation and Children's Satisfaction with Mass Housing
Severcan, Yücel Can (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2019-01-01)
This article investigates the effects of relocation on children's satisfaction with mass housing built in the context of squatter housing regeneration. The results are based on a survey and group interviews with 137 nine-to-twelve-year-old children living in three mass housing developments in Ankara, Turkey. At the home level, it was found that while there was no significant change in the satisfaction level of children who moved to an outer-city mass housing development, satisfaction scores significantly in...
Housing production processes: can user-oriented methods of production replace the conventional ones?
Toker(Genç), Zeynep; Acar, Erhan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2000)
Citation Formats
A. Korucan, S. Aşık, and E. Akbostancı Özkazanç, “Residential Energy Efficiency: Turkish Case,” Ekonomik Yaklaşım, vol. 32, pp. 381–414, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: