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    • Effectiveness of the reserve option mechanism as a macroeconomic prudential tool: evidence from Turkey 

      Sahin, A.; Dogan, B.; Berument, Hakan (Routledge, 2015)
      This article assesses the effectiveness of a novel macroprudential tool – the reserve option mechanism (ROM) – which Turkey’s central bank developed during the post-2008 period and has employed to control the risk associated ...
    • Football and exchange rates: empirical support for behavioral economics 

      Eker, G.; Berument, Hakan; Dogan, B. (Sage Publications, Inc., 2007)
      Recently, economic theory has been expanded to incorporate emotions, which have been assumed to play an important role in financial decisions. The present study illustrates this by showing a connection between the sports ...
    • An interest-rate-spread-based measure of Turkish monetary policy 

      Berument, Hakan; Ceylan, N. B.; Dogan, B. (Routledge, 2014)
      A coherent method to measure the effectiveness of a monetary policy improves the monetary authority's management capacity and renders the possibility of applying sound policies prior to and during a crisis. The trend in ...
    • Maskin-monotonic scoring rules 

      Dogan, B.; Koray, S. (Springer, 2015)
      We characterize which scoring rules are Maskin-monotonic for each social choice problem as a function of the number of agents and the number of alternatives. We show that a scoring rule is Maskin-monotonic if and only if ...