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    • Arbitrability of competition disputes 

      Bolatoğlu, Hilmi (Bilkent University, 2018-05)
      Today, arbitration is seen as a neutral and effective solution to disputes in the rapidly expanding international trade and is favored much more than national courts. The fact that the fast-growing world trade has brought ...
    • Competitive rivalry without provoking retaliation: a case on Turkish medical imaging market 

      Kutluay, Kunter (Bilkent University, 1995)
      Competition is the core concept in non-monopolistic markets for a firm’s survival. Competitive strategy is an area of primary concern to managers, depending critically on a subtle understanding of industries and ...
    • Cournot competition in networked markets 

      Bimpikis, K.; Ehsani, S.; İlkılıç, Rahmi (ACM, 2014)
      The paper considers a model of competition among firms that produce a homogeneous good in a networked environment. A bipartite graph determines which subset of markets a firm can supply to. Firms compete a la Cournot and ...
    • Don't throw in the towel, throw in trade credit! 

      Demir, B.; Javorcik, B. (Elsevier B.V., 2018)
      The literature has documented how firms adjust to increased competitive pressures arising from globalization. This paper demonstrates a new margin of adjustment, namely, provision of trade credit. A simple model predicts ...
    • Effect of high intensity interval training on elite athletes' antioxidant status 

      Ugras, A. F. (Elsevier Masson, 2013)
      Objective: The effects of high intensity interval exercises on antioxidant defense system are not clear. Since there is an evident lack of studies focused on oxidative stress experienced following combat sports and high ...
    • The effects of private schools on public school achievement 

      Kollu, Sırma (Bilkent University, 2006)
      This thesis analyzes the effects of private schooling on public school quality. The share of private schools in Turkish education system has been continuously increasing especially after the extension of compulsory primary ...
    • Free parking for all in shopping malls 

      Hasker, K.; Inci, E. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2014)
      We show why a mall provides parking for free and embed the parking costs in the prices of the goods. Essentially, charging a parking fee to risk-averse customers means penalizing them for not finding their desired good. ...
    • Hub location under competition 

      Mahmutogullari, A. I.; Kara, B. Y. (Elsevier, 2016)
      Hubs are consolidation and dissemination points in many-to-many flow networks. Hub location problem is to locate hubs among available nodes and allocate non-hub nodes to these hubs. The mainstream hub location studies ...
    • The impact of environmental regulations on exports: case study results from Cyprus, Jordan, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey 

      Zaim, K. K.; Larson, B. A.; Nicolaides, E.; Al Zu'bi, B.; Sukkar, N.l; Laraki, K.; Matoussi, M. S.; Chouchani, C. (Elsevier, 2002)
      Concern about the effects of environmental policies on trade competitiveness continues to grow in the non-EU Mediterranean regions (e.g., North Africa, the Middle East, Turkey, Cyprus). While the impact of environmental ...
    • The impact of non-pricing strategies on the financial intermediary role of Turkish banks 

      Kara, Mahmut (Bilkent University, 2010)
      This thesis aims to explore the effects of the availability of network branches on the intermediation performance of deposit banks in Turkey. Banks’ intermediation performance was measured by their ability to attract ...
    • Overview 

      Togan, Sübidey; Hoekman, B. (CEPR, 2005)
    • Retail location competition under carbon penalty 

      Dilek, H.; Karaer, Ö.; Nadar, E. (Elsevier B.V., 2018)
      We study the retail location problem in a competitive linear market in which two retailers simultaneously choose their locations. Both retailers procure identical products from a common supplier and each consumer purchases ...
    • A scheme for handling connectionless services in connection-oriented networks 

      Abdelati, M.; Arikan, E. (The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, 1997-10-25)
      In this work we propose a pricing scheme which serves as an instrument for managing connectionless services in connection-oriented communication networks. The scheme is able to allocate network bandwidth in a Pareto-optimal ...
    • The Trans-Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) as a unique project in the Eurasian gas network: A comparative analysis 

      Özdemir, Volkan (Pergamon Press, 2015-12)
      Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline (TANAP) as a part of the Southern Gas Corridor has significant implications for the transit security of the European Union and the domestic gas market of Turkey. Among those countries in Eurasia, ...