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    • A bayesian network analysis of ethical behavior 

      Ekici, A.; Ekici, S. O. (SAGE Publications Inc., 2016)
      Using one of the major domains of macromarketing – ethics – this paper aims to introduce the Bayesian network (BN) method and demonstrate its added value for macro-level decision makers. Bayesian networks are particularly ...
    • The "Dominos" that need to fall into place for a reunification of Korea: making sense of a United Korea 

      Harvey, M.; Kiessling, T.; Moeller, M. (Routledge, 2013)
      With the death of North Korea leader Kim Jong-il, the level of uncertainty will dramatically escalate in an already highly uncertain market. The question becomes, is there a market opportunity for Western organizations, ...
    • Educate or adjudicate? Socioeconomic heterogeneity and welfare 

      Neyapti, B. (Routledge, 2017)
      I present a formal framework to explore the welfare and distributional effects of a government’s optimal choice over two types of public spending in a closed economy: domestic security (DS) and investment in social capital ...
    • Inflation targeting, employment creation and economic development: assessing the impacts and policy alternatives 

      Epstein, G.; Yeldan, E. (Routledge, 2008)
      Inflation targeting (IT) has recently become the dominant monetary policy prescription for both developing and industrialized countries alike. Emerging market governments, in particular, are increasingly pressured to follow ...
    • Is this the end of economic development? 

      Adelman, I.; Yeldan, E. (Elsevier BV, 2000)
      The paper reviews the policies and institutions used by governments that have successfully promoted economic development. It examines which policy instruments countries can still wield in the current global trading and ...
    • Letter from Ankara 

      Cinar, M. U. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2015-09)
      This article focuses on the relationship between discourses of economic development and prospects for democracy in Turkey. It does so by tracing the political discourse of highranking government officials and journalists ...
    • Marketing and public policy: Transformative research in developing markets 

      Shultz, C.J.; Deshpandé, R.; Cornwell, T.B.; Ekici, A.; Kothandaraman P.; Peterson, M.; Shapiro, S.; Talukdar, D.; Ann V. (2012)
      Developing markets are a challenge for researchers who study them and for governments, business leaders, and citizens who strive to improve the quality of life in them. The limitations of the dominant development paradigm ...
    • The nexus of economic and institutional evolution 

      Neyapti, B.; Arasil, Y. (Elsevier, 2016)
      The current state of the development economics literature ascribes an indisputable central role to institutions. This paper presents a formal model of institutional evolution that is based on the dynamic interactions between ...
    • Political connection, bank credits and growth: evidence from Turkey 

      Onder, Z.; Ozyildirim, S. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2011)
      The pervasive existence of government-owned banks in emerging economies is often justified by their provision of access to credit in remote and underdeveloped regions that are ignored by private banks. This paper analyses ...
    • Popular attitudes toward free markets in Turkey, Iran, former Soviet Union and the United States 

      Özbaflı, Aygül (Bilkent University, 1997)
      In order to find whether the major obstacles to the success of free markets are “the attitudes, morals, and understandings of the people themselves, not just the institutions or policies they live with,” Robert Shiller, ...
    • Recent developments in the Turkish economy 

      Togan, Sübidey; Gençkaya, Ö. F. (Deutsches Orient-Institut, 2017)
      During the past fifteen years of Justice and Development Party's (AKP) rule Turkey has experienced important gains in income and living standards. Over the period 2002-2016, the real per capita income has increased by ...
    • The resource curse and child mortality, 1961–2011 

      Wigley, S. (Elsevier Ltd, 2017)
      There is now an extensive literature on the adverse effect of petroleum wealth on the political, economic and social well-being of a country. In this study we examine whether the so-called resource curse extends to the ...
    • The role of natural resources in economic development: Turkey's boron experience 

      Okan, Menekşe (Bilkent University, 2008)
      This master thesis aims to analyze the utilization of boron deposits in Turkey and to elaborate Turkey’s performance in deriving economic benefits from boron production. This research finds out that there is not a ...