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Jan 18, 2019Open    AccessArticle

MERGERS AS A STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE AND ANALYSIS OF MERGERS IN TURKEY

Gül Binbo?a
In today's global world where competition is constantly increasing, it is becoming more and more difficult for companies to continue their existence by gaining a sustainable competitive advantage. In such an environment, company mergers are regarded as a strategic management tool for companies to distinguish from their competitors and adapt to the changing environmental conditions in the fastest way possible. The aim of this study was to determine the structure and properties of mergers in Turke...

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Jan 18, 2019Open    AccessArticle

THE EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT SOCIAL SPENDING ON INCOME INEQUALITY IN OECD: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS

Mustafa ?lker ULU
Income inequality is one of the issue which is most discussed and struggled for its solution throughout the history of economics. Since the 1990s, income inequality has increased in most of the OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries as in the whole world. Government social spending is one of the most important means of directly regulating income inequality. This study investigated the effect of goverment social spending on income inequaltiy for 21 OECD countr...

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THE CRED?T R?SK MANAGEMENT AND ACT?VE CREDiT SYSTEM

Arzu Ekinci Demirelli, Mehmet Gürcan
In this study, at the banks which are financial institutions, methods related to commertial credit were examined. It is an important problem which problems should be evaluated while the bank gives credit to commertial bank. Each bank evaluates the application of credit by examining the accuantancy records of the firms and by taking into consideration a certain risk level so that it can secure the amount of credit that it provides. Our aim is to be improved at a different method so that it can be...

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IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR ALL DESIGN

Seval ?zbalc?
In a global competitive environment; tourism businesses have to make an investment in fast and reliable information systems which would provide and enable a fast business transformation for an active organization structure. The differences between knowledge systems and organizational culture can cause obstacles for a tourism businesses image perfection. Accessible arrangements should be considered as a common supply resource offering. Every unobstructed product in a destination is complementary,...

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LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION AND EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN IN TURKEY

Mehmet KARA?UKA
Traditionally, women employment and labour force participation rates have been low in Turkey, and there is no significant increases in the present. It is crucial for women to participate more in economic life to get a significant position in also social life. Moreover, it is also important for economic development and growth to offer women employment opportunities. This study investigates main determinants of women labour workforce participation and employment in Turkey, and analyzez the main re...

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IMPACT OF ECONOMIC FREEDOM ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF THE COUNTRY IN TRADE: IMPLEMENTATION IN OECD COUNTRIES

Adnan ?ZDEM?R
In the economics literature, foreign trade is considered to have a positive impact on the country and indirectly to the World welfare. While multinational companies are trying to discover countries that have the most valuable production factors, so does countries are trying to attract foreign direct investment to their countries. There are various factors that affect the competitiveness of the countries in foreign trade. The economic freedoms mostly implies the ease of doing business abroad are ...

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TERRORISM AND MACROECONOMY: A REVIEW OF THE EURASIAN COUNTRIES

?zge Korkmaz
The relationship between terrorist incidents, inflation rate, unemployment rate, per capita GDP, export rate and import rate for Eurasian countries Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Belarus for the period 1994-2015. For this purpose, the Westerlund cointegration analysis and have been using the causality test introduced by Holtz-Eakin, Newey and Rosen. As a result of the analyzes, it is observed that there is a long-term relationship between t...

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R&D EXPENDITURES - GROWTH NEXUS IN TURKEY

?zlem üLGER, Okyay U?AN
Technological development and investment in knowledge seem to be very important in order for countries to demonstrate effective growth performance. The first concept that comes to mind when investing in information is the R&D activities. In the past, efforts to develop in countries for years can be realized within months nowadays and technological developments have rapidly changed and can be worn out in a short period of time. Therefore, it can be said that the information economy is the speed e...

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EVALUATION OF VIRTUAL MONEY BITCOIN IN THE NEW WORLD EDITION

Ay?e Esra P?R?N???
The increasing use of the internet has caused changes in the concept of traditional trade and introduced new applications and new concepts to our life. One of these applications is e-commerce. With e-commerce, people have bent to alternative forms of payment instead of money. Parallel to economic and scientific development, money has been abstracted. Especially in recent years, the use of digital and virtual money has become remarkably widespread and Bitcoin is one of the most well-marked exampl...

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MEASUREMENT OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC INVESTMENTS WITH GINI COEFFICIENT: AN APPLICATION FOR TURKEY (1999-2017)

?ekip YAZGAN
In this study, the extent of unequal distribution of public investments among provinces in Turkey between the years of 1999 and 2017 is measured with Gini Coefficient. Empirical findings show that Gini Coefficient calculated for all public investments other than manufacturing industry showed a decrease in the said period. This result means that public investments were distributed relatively more equally among the provinces in 2017. According to decomposition results of Gini Coefficient conducted...

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