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GSI Journals Serie B : Advancements in Business and Economics
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ISSN (Online) 2651-2580
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  • Industrialization Policies in Turkey 1923-1980 Period

    • Authors: Haluk İŞLER
      Abstract: The Republic of Turkey, founded in 1923, faced many social and economic problems, especially inadequate industrialization. At the top of these problems was people mostly unqualified, poor and without the power to work, and a completely halted economic life.In the first years of the Republic, Turkey had a poor economy, dependent on foreign countries in every field. Under the leadership of Atatürk, the founding cadres of the Republic adopted policies that prioritize industrialization in order to create an independent national economy and rapid development.The policies followed in the industrialization process in Turkey between 1923-1980, showed significant qualitative differences in some periods according to historical conditions and economic-political preferences.In the first years of the Turkish Republic, as the industrialization policy, which based on the incentives of private enterprises, did not give the desired results, the economic policy of statism was adopted from the 1930s on. With the strengthening of liberal views in the 1950s, a radical transformation took place in economic policies. After 1960, five-year development plans covering the entire economy began implemented in Turkey.In this study, the industrialization policies of Turkey in the period of 1923-1980 discussed in three sub-periods as 1923-1950, 1950-1960 and 1960-1980 in terms of qualitative differences in approaches.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Comparative Analysis of Entrepreneurship and Demographic Data by City with
           Geographic Information System in Turkey

    • Authors: Hasan Can BEYHAN; Semra GÜNEY, Ceren ÖZCAN TATAR
      Abstract: Today, the concept of entrepreneurship is considered as a very important investment and economic activity among countries. Entrepreneurship provides many benefits such as providing employment, development of new products and services , increasing competition and economical development to the country and region. The success and performance of entrepreneurship areal so affected by many factors such as population, unemployment, level of education, number of companies and employment in the country and region where it is located. In this paper, the concept of entrepreneurship was emphasized. Regional effects of entrepreneurship have been investigated. Factors affecting entrepreneurship have been identified. The study was conducted in 81 provinces in Turkey, the data on the factors affecting entrepreneurship was obtained from the institutions such as TURKSTAT, SGK, İŞKUR, TOBB and CoHE and the factors has been identified for all provinces. Determined normalized factor affecting the province-based entrepreneurship were created by processing the data through the GIS system. Thus, thematic maps were created on GIS and the results were compared and interpreted on a provincial level. With this study, regional investors and decision makers have been shed light on their invests and an example provided for future studies.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The interaction effect of stretch goals and Organisational Support on the
           Employee Performance in Selected Microfinance Institutions in Kampala
           Uganda

    • Authors: Innocent BAYO; Waweru IBRAHIM KAHARI
      Abstract: Purpose - This study was guided by three main objectives which are; to find out the effect of stretch performance goals on employee performance, to examine the effect of organisational support on employee performance, and finally, to examine the effect of organisational support on the relationship between stretch goals and employee performanceMethodology - The study adopted a cross sectional design employing a quantitative approach. The questionnaires were distributed to a target of 159 respondents and 144 were retrieved. Thus a response rate of 90.6% was realised.Results- The results indicated that there was an insignificant negative relationship between stretch performance goals and employee performance and a positive relationship between organisational support and employee performance. Finally, the study found there was no moderation effect of organisational support on the relationship between stretch goals and employee performance.Conclusion results- Given the results, Microfinance institutions in Uganda are encouraged to take caution when applying stretch goals, to involve employees when setting performance targets, and to also consider setting stretch goals with a central aim to have the employee learn rather than entirely based on performance.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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