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Economic appraisal of carbon emitting projects and global warming
(, Centre for Japanese and East Asian Studies, 2019)
This article focusses on how carbon emissions from various sources which contribute to the climate change are evaluated in economics. It has been argued by some economists that in cost-benefit analysis empirically based ...
Participating mortgages: An alternative to housing finance
(, Emerald Publishing, 2018)
Since the 2007–2008 financial crisis, the markets related to housing finance have been restoring their tools and instruments in order to avoid a new crisis. In this period, while attempting to eliminate structural problems ...
Evaluation of market efficiency and trading behavior of investors: Evidence from Borsa Istanbul
(, Marmara Üniversitesi, 2018)
After the financial crisis of 2007-08, debates on structures and characteristics of financial markets have become the subject of much concern in both industry and academia. One of the most debated issues related to financial ...
Teenage spring in Gallipoli
(, The British Association for Turkish Area Studies, 2019)
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How will robotization affect relative positions of the IDB member countries?
(, İbrahim Güran Yumuşak, 2018)
Countries adopting robotization faster will be able to increase efficiency and productivity, hence gaining comparative edge over other countries. In this study, we focus on how robotization will affect the relative ...
Do consumption behaviors converge?: A regional demand side analysis of convergence clubs
(, Avrasya Bilimler Akademisi, 2017)
The rapid progress of information and communication technologies and the improvements in road and air transport have increased not only the income levels but also the interaction of households with each other. Differences ...
Why companies fail? The boiling frog syndrome
Why nations fail? An answer is given by Acemoglu and Robinson (2012) by pointing out the importance of institutions for an economy that leads to innovations for economic growth. Christensen (2012) asks a similar question ...
Who are the market beaters: lucky investors, insiders or who else?
(, Uludağ Üniversitesi, 2018)
Conditions of beating the market is always top of the interests of investors throughout the history. In this study we aim to find who beats the market using a special trade and portfolio data from a stock exchange namely ...
Examining the link between the bitterness of lost jobs and clinging to religion: Evidence from Chinese import shocks
(, Association for the study of religion, economics, and culture seventeenth annual conference, 2018)
While prolonged debates exist pertaining to the relationship between labor market conditions and religion, there is little empirical work examining the causal effect of structural changes in employment conditions on religion. ...
Religion and state capacity: Ottoman Europe in 1530
(, XVIII World Economic History Congress, 2018)
We study the relationship between religion and state capacity in the European districts of the Ottoman Empire in the year 1530. Starting from a small tribe settled in northwestern Anatolia at the end of the thirteenth ...