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    • Dynamic linkages of current account deficits and unemployment: evidence from Turkey 

      Özer, M.; Yeldan, A. E. (Kaerntner Botanikzentrum, 2015)
      In this paper, we empirically test the causal relationship between current accountdeficits and unemployment in Turkey over 2000Q1–2012Q1. Using Johansenco-integration and Granger-causality analyses based on a corresponding ...
    • Economic performance and unemployment: evidence from an emerging economy 

      Berument, Hakan; Dogan, N.; Tansel, A. (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2006)
      Purpose - This article seeks to examine whether or not various macroeconomic policy shocks have different effects on overall unemployment and the unemployment by different levels of education in Turkey. These effects are ...
    • The effect of real exchange rate on unemployment in Turkey 

      Kılıçaslan, Nilay (Bilkent University, 2007)
      This thesis is intended to analyze the influence of real exchange rate on total and urban unemployment in Turkish economy over 1988 – 2006 periods by using the original work of Frenkel (2004) for Turkey. In addition to ...
    • The effects of social security systems on macroeconomic performance: a cross-sectional analysis 

      Erdem, F. Senem (Bilkent University, 1999)
      Developments in demographic factors affect the magnitude of several Social Security attributes, and have recently lead many countries to reform their systems. The most marked one of such reforms is the transition from ...
    • 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. ...
    • Main factors of unemployment in Turkey 

      Tekin, Gökhan (Bilkent University, 1993)
      This study attempts to assess the main factors which are affecting unemployment behavior in Turkey. The candid variables are chosen in such a way that some relations have been enunciated for I’uikey and for some other ...