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Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 5)
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RUDN Journal of Public Administration     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Tendencias     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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  • A Scale Development Study on Compliance of Syrian Persons Under Temporary
           Protection with The Turkish Tax System

    • Authors: İsmail CİĞERCİ; Rabia Tuğba EĞMİR
      Abstract: Determining the attitudes of the Syrian people towards the tax constitutes the problem of this study. The study aims to develop a scale for the compliance of Syrian people who are income taxpayers within the borders of the Republic of Turkey with the Turkish tax system. In this direction, people who are income taxpayers in Şanlıurfa, where Syrians are concentrated, were determined as the sample. Accordingly, a 6-factor scale consisting of 27 items was developed. Consequently, the answers given to the whole scale are at the level of neither agree/disagree. Taxpayers of Syrian nationality think that other taxpayers do not have any privileges compared to them. Therefore, Syrian nationals, who are income taxpayers in Turkey, have a positive perspective on taxation.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Modelling of the Weighted Average Funding Cost of the CBRT: LNV-ARMA

    • Authors: Şiyar CANPOLAT
      Abstract: In this study, we model the monthly time series of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey’s Weighted Average Funding Cost (Interest Rate) for the period between 2011:01-2020:12. In this framework, we establish and compare the linear and the nonlinear based various autoregressive (integrated) moving average models in two separate groups and investigate the most suitable model for the series. After all, we reveal that the relevant interest rate series can be modelled best with the LNV-ARMA(2,1) model for the related period. The first novelty of this study is that we model the relevant interest rate itself instead of investigating the relationship of this interest rate with the other macroeconomic variables. The second novelty of this study is that we circumvent the unit root problem and establish a more explanatory time series model by applying the LNV methodology.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Economic Literacy: A Study on Tradespeople

    • Authors: İbrahim ÇÜTÇÜ; Yunus KILIÇ, Gözde TUĞAN
      Abstract: In the study, the economic literacy level was measured over the tradesmen in Gaziantep, and it was found, that the economic literacy level of the tradesmen was high. In the difference tests, economic literacy level was found to be higher in tradesmen with relatively high education levels, in business owners compared to employees. There wasn’t a difference according to gender. Tradesmen with high economic literacy levels have the power to affect micro and macroeconomic indicators in the medium and long term. Policymakers should consider this in their decision that may directly/indirectly affect the craftsman class and should be supported to increase their knowledge level.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effect of Managers’ Overconfidence who have Made Mergers and
           Acquisitions on the Firm Value

    • Authors: Reyhan CAN; Hatice Işın DİZDARLAR
      Abstract: This study aims to examine the effect of overconfidence behaviours of the managers of the companies whose stocks are traded in Borsa Istanbul on the firm value. In the study, a model was created for Tobin q (Model 1), stock market value (Model 2) and enterprise value (Model 3). As a result of the study, a negative relationship was determined between the change in firm value and the overconfidence variable. According to this result, if the managers performing mergers and acquisitions are overconfident, the incorrect decision may be made while determining the firm value. This leads to a decrease in the wealth of the shareholders. In this respect, managers' overconfidence should also be considered while performing mergers and acquisitions in firms.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • User Acceptance of Digital Turkish Lira (DTL): Investigation in the
           Framework of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Planned Behaviour
           Theory (PBT)

    • Authors: Yavuz TORAMAN
      Abstract: The increase in technological devices has made the digitalisation of many products and services compulsory. One of the essential results of this digitalisation is the Digital Turkish Lira (DTL). The current study examines the factors affecting the acceptance and intention to use DTL. In this context, the acceptance of use by users has been tried to be explained by structural equation modelling based on TAM and TPB in the literature. The proposed research model was analysed with the Smart PLS 3 package program. When the hypothesis results are examined, firstly, the variables within the scope of TPB have a positive effect on the intention to use. In contrast, the other variables positively impact the intention to use over the ease of use within the scope of TAM. It has been determined that users find DTL more reliable than cryptocurrency /digital money. The relationship between DTL and the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey can be shown as the reason for this.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Inflation in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire and Europe

    • Authors: Kamil Kıvanç KARAMAN; Seçil YILDIRIM-KARAMAN
      Abstract: This study investigates the rates and causes of price inflation in early modern Europe and the Ottomans. There are two leading causes of price inflation in this period. The first is the American silver, and the second is the debasements that states resorted to for revenue. Our study shows that debasements are the more important cause. Debasements have induced price increases ranging between two to five hundred-fold for different states. As for American silver, it has induced, at most, a four-fold increase in prices. Hence inflation was mainly caused by debasements and the underlying political factors.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Do Trade Agreements and Economic Unions Create Clusters in Global
           International Trade'

    • Authors: Ayşe SEVENCAN; Çağrı Levent USLU
      Abstract: This paper employs a gravity model to assess the role of ex-post regional trade agreements and customs unions on trade patterns. The primary contribution of this paper to the conventional gravity modal is to embed trade agreements and determine whether they have significantly affected bilateral trade. The secondary contribution is to reveal intra and inter-union/agreement trade patterns among trade agreements and economic unions. Three dummy variables were also introduced to the conventional gravity model. Results showed a slight clustering in trade partners (a) depending on the distance and (b) depending on being a member of a trade agreement and/or economic union.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Securitisation of International Migration in the Context of Economic and
           Societal Security: The Case of the “Front National” Party of France

    • Authors: Bülent ŞENER; Şeyma UZUN
      Abstract: The phenomenon of international migration, which was encouraged by many European countries in the past to meet their workforce needs, as of the end of the 1990s, has been increasingly considered as an international security problem posing a threat to the national, societal and economic security of both the international system and developed and developing countries, and has become a subject securitized by far-right parties. Especially after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, the immigration and anti-immigrant sentiments and actions were concentrated in the Western world in general, and Europe in particular, reaching a pinnacle during the Arab Spring. Far-right parties have risen in response to migration and anti-immigration discourses, securitizing international migration by claiming that immigrants disrupt European society’s homogeneity, and increase integration problems, unemployment, and crime rates. In this study, in which the securitization of international migration on a socio-economic and political basis within the framework of far-right parties in Europe is examined through the example of the Front National Party in France, it is concluded that immigration will continue to be securitized in Western European countries where the far-right is on the rise.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Mediating Role of Employee Well-Being on Linkage Between Turnover
           Intention of Blue-Collar Employees and Psychological Capital: A Field
           Study in The Furniture Industry

    • Authors: Hilal DEMİREL; Özge TAYFUR EKMEKCİ
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the mediating role of employee well-being in the relationship between psychological capital and turnover intention. The hypotheses were tested by path analysis on the data from 163 blue collars. According to the study, there is a strong positive relationship between psychological capital and well-being. Psychological capital positively predicts subjective and psychological well-being but cannot directly predict workplace well-being. The turnover intention doesn’t have a significant relationship with psychological capital, well-being, and its sub-dimensions, and the dimensions of well-being don’t have a mediating effect. Turnover intention tends to decrease in married and highly educated employees.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • An Empirical Study on the Determinants of the Capital Structure in Turkish
           Textile and Apparel Firms

    • Authors: Ersan ERSOY
      Abstract: This study aims to analyse the factors that influence the capital structure decisions of Turkish listed textile and apparel firms over the period from 2010 to 2019. The results of Driscoll and Kraay’s (1998) panel regression model show that the leverage ratio is significantly and negatively affected by firm size, profitability, liquidity, asset tangibility, and is positively affected by non-debt tax shields, growth opportunities, earnings volatility, and GDP growth. The pecking order theory seems to be the most successful in explaining the determinants of the capital structure of Turkish textile and apparel firms.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effect of Selected Macroeconomic Variables and Expectation Indices on
           the BIST 100 Index

    • Authors: Ayşe ERGİN ÜNAL; Serkan NAS, Mürvet HEYBELİ
      Abstract: In this study, the macroeconomic factors and expectation indices affecting the BIST 100 index have been examined. The optimum Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) model has been created by utilising the Python programming language (Python) using the ARDL method. As a result of the analysis, it has been determined that long-term variables such as United States dollar Turkish lira parity (USD/TRY), Economic Confidence Index (EGE), and Consumer Price Index (TÜFE) are correlated in the positive direction with the dependent variable BIST 100 index and in the negative direction with the 5-Year Bond Interest (FAİZ) and Volatility Index (VIX) variables. In contrast, Brent petrol United States dollar parity (BRENT) is not statistically significant.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • An Investigation of The Effect of Social Media Marketing and Innovation on
           Firm Performance with The Technology Acceptance Model

    • Authors: Murat KURNUÇ; Dilşad GÜZEL
      Abstract: This study examines the effect of social media marketing and innovation on the performance of food and beverage firms with the technology acceptance model. Within the scope of the study, a survey was conducted as a field application. Data were collected from 163 food and beverage firms in Erzurum. Structural equation analysis was used in the AMOS program to test the hypotheses. As a result of the study, it was seen that facilitating conditions, compatibility, perceived usefulness, and perceived ease of use affected social media marketing, while cost had no effect. In addition, it has been concluded that social media marketing and innovation affect firm performance.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Financial Failure Risk - Firm Value Nexus: Evidence from The European
           Lodging Companies

    • Authors: Erdinç KARADENİZ; Ömer İSKENDEROĞLU, Cemile ÖCEK
      Abstract: This research study aims to determine the relationship between the financial failure risk and firm value in lodging companies operating in the European lodging industry. The impact of financial failure risks on firm value in lodging companies is tested with the Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) on several econometric models established for the research study. As a result of the analysis, according to the Fulmer H Score, Ohlson Score, and Springate Score models, it is determined that the firm values increase as the financial failure risks of lodging companies decrease. There is a limited number of studies in the finance literature examining the effect of the financial failure of lodging companies on financial performance. In this context, the study tries to reveal the relationship between the risk of financial failure and firm value in lodging companies by contributing to the tourism and finance literature.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Impact of Deliberative and Egalitarian Democracy on Economic Growth: A
           Club Convergence Analysis on OECD Countries

    • Authors: Aykut YAĞLIKARA; Bersu BAHTİYAR
      Abstract: This study explains the relationship between democracy and economic growth in OECD countries. In line with this purpose, in this study covering the period 1996-2020, the relationship between democracy and economic growth in OECD countries, which are divided into three different groups according to per capita income level by club convergence analysis, was examined by a panel cointegration and panel causality methods. According to the analysis results, in which deliberative and egalitarian democratic regime definitions are used to represent democracy, in the long run, the causality relationship between democracy and economic growth differs according to the per capita income levels and the implementation of the democratic regime of the countries.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Determining the Factors Affecting House Prices in Erzurum Using Hedonic

    • Authors: Cansu GÜLLER; Cigdem VAROL
      Abstract: The study aims to determine the factors that cause the differentiation of house prices and rents according to different locations of settlements in Erzurum. As the study area, three regions with the highest housing density in Erzurum were determined: Erzurum city centre (Yakutiye), urban development area (Palandöken) and satellite city settlement area (Aziziye). The hedonic price analysis method was used to analyse house prices. Within the scope of the study, building typologies, which are thought to be important in the differentiation of house prices and rent in the city, were analysed, and the variables affecting the housing prices were interpreted together with the urban development dynamics in this study different than the previously conducted housing studies in the region.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Impact of Bank-Specific and Macroeconomic Factors on the Capital
           Structure of Banks

    • Authors: Semira Hassen ALI; Hüseyin DAGLİ, Sara FAEDFAR, Ayten TURAN KURTARAN
      Abstract: This study aims to investigate the bank-specific and macroeconomic factors that affect the capital structure of banks. The study used panel data from 42 banks operating in Turkey from year 2003 to 2017. In the analysis, total, long-term and short-term debt ratios are used as a proxy for capital structure. The findings show that bank size, growth opportunity, interest rate and exchange rate positively affect the three leverages, while profitability has a negative effect. Most of this study findings are related to the expectations of pecking order theory.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effects of Macroeconomic Factors and Population on Unemployment: Panel
           Data Analysis on OECD Countries

    • Authors: Aylin ALKAYA; Perihan IŞIK
      Abstract: The study aims to investigate the effect of the macroeconomic factors of inflation, public size, investment, openness, and labour market regulations, and the effect of demographic factors of population size on unemployment dimensions. The unemployment dimensions of total unemployment, youth unemployment, female unemployment, educated unemployment and long-term unemployment dimensions were handled in this study. Panel data analysis was applied based on panel data of study variables of OECD member countries for the period of 2010-2018. The aim of the study was tried to be executed by panel regression analysis, which is one of the panel data analyses. As a result of the panel regression analysis, it was determined that openness, public size, investment, inflation, labour market regulations and the population had a statistically significant effect on all dimensions of unemployment.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Mediating Role of Organisational Cynicism on the Relationship Between
           Technostress and Job Performance: A Research on Teachers

    • Authors: Rukiye CAN YALÇIN; Yunus GÖKMEN, Haluk ERDEM, Ufuk TÜREN
      Abstract: This study's primary purpose is to examine organisational cynicism's mediating role in the relationship between technostress and job performance. Data are obtained from 234 teachers working in public and private schools in Turkey. In the study, correlation and regression analyses have been performed to determine the relationships and effects between variables, and the structural equation model has been used to verify the scales of the variables. In addition, the mediation role in the study has been examined with the bootstrap test in the Process module. Findings show that the validity and reliability of the scales are ensured by the results of commonly used validity and reliability analysis methods. Additionally, technostress and organisational cynicism decrease job performance and technostress significantly increase organisational cynicism. Further mediation analysis reveals that organisational cynicism partially mediates the relationship between technostress and job performance.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • What Defines the University Choice' The Case of Higher Education in

      Abstract: This study analysed the effectiveness of university promotion methods and factors affecting applicants’ choices. The study used a quantitative approach with a sample of 7839 university applicants. Results show that the most influential factor affecting university choice is the economic factors such as tuition fees, scholarships, etc.; nevertheless, family income is not among them. Education quality and academic staff also affect the choice. Besides, there were differences in the factors such as gender, region, family structure and secondary school background of the applicants.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Relationship Between Innovation and Economic Growth: Panel
           Cointegration and Panel Causality Analysis

    • Authors: Gökhan DEMİRTAŞ; Şule Yüksel ÇAKIRCA
      Abstract: This paper aims to examine the relationship between innovation and economic growth. For this purpose, panel cointegration and causality analysis were applied to 36 developed and developing countries from 1996-2018. According to the study results, economic growth positively affects the number of patent applications (PA) and composed innovation index (CII). In contrast, economic growth does not affect the number of patent cooperation treaty (PCT) documents. On the other hand, the results show that while PA and PCT documents positively affect economic growth, the CII does not significantly affect economic growth.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • An Application on Determining the Consumers' Attitudes Towards
           Auction Sites

    • Authors: Musa TÜRKOĞLU; Gülhan DURAN, Serdar YETİŞEN
      Abstract: The context was discussed due to the deficiencies in the literature and current issue on this subject. The study aims to determine consumers’ shopping habits with online auction services, specify the problems experienced in service quality, and create an innovative and time-saving service suitable for consumers by choosing their wishes and needs. This study is significant as it aims to comprehensively approach consumer-to-consumer auction systems and determine consumers' attitudes towards e-auction sites. Data were collected using the survey method, and the factor and Anova analysis were applied to the collected data. Consumers' opinions about auction sites were evaluated within the framework of factors such as “trust”, “purchasing process”, “competition”, and “budget”. According to aspect and Anova tests of consumers on consumer behaviour; it is revealed that “Trust” with P: 0.047 < 0.05 shows a significant difference depending on income, and “purchasing process” with P: 0.013 < 0.05 has a considerable difference depending on age, “competition” with P:0.032 <0.05 has a significant difference depending on gender, “budget” with P: 0.046 < 0.05 has a considerable difference depending on income and education (F: 3.422 - P: 0.031 <0.05).
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effect of Cultural Descriptive Norms on Financial Systems: A
           Cross-Cultural Analysis

    • Authors: Mert AKTAŞ; Filiz BOZAGAÇ, Ömür SALTIK
      Abstract: We investigated the effect of descriptive, cultural norms on national financial systems by comparing the incentive for achievement and risk-aversion attributes of 32 different nations’ cultures. Multiple regression analyses showed that performance and future orientation positively relate to market capitalisation, but institutional collectivism and uncertainty avoidance negatively correlate. Performance orientation boosted market capitalisation, but institutional collectivism, whereas uncertainty avoidance hindered it. We could not find any relationship between the cultural norms and the bank deposit ratios. Two steps scatter plot analysis showed clusters between cultural norms, bank deposit, and future orientation norms.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • On Optimal Toll Design for Bosporus Crossings

    • Authors: Özgün EKİCİ
      Abstract: For many years, two toll bridges served commuter demand to cross the strait called Bosporus in Istanbul, Turkey. An underground connection called the Eurasian tunnel had been recently launched to relieve the strait's traffic. We study a simple transportation model that incorporates the forces that have come into play after the opening of the Eurasian tunnel. We find that for welfare maximisation, the premium paid for using the tunnel should be fixed in the two directions and not excessive. The current toll regime violates these features, and we recommend its amendment in light of our findings.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Validity of Okun Law in Agricultural Sector in Turkey: ARDL Bounds Test

    • Authors: Mustafa YILMAZ; Ahmet Tayfur AKCAN
      Abstract: Okun's Law asserts an inverse relationship between unemployment and economic growth in the economy. The study examines the relationship between the growth rate and unemployment rate for Turkey's agricultural sector from 2014Q1 - 2021Q3. The stationarity test is carried out with the Generalized Dickey-Fuller Unit Root Test. Then, the relationship between growth and unemployment rates in the agricultural sector is analysed with the ARDL bounds test. According to the study results, the growth rate of the agricultural sector and the unemployment rate in the agricultural sector are cointegrated in the long run, and the relationship between them is statistically significant and positive. The result reached in the study; Okun's Law is valid in the agricultural sector of the Turkish economy.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Dynamic Relationship between Technological Change and Employment: A
           Comparison of Youth and Total Employment using Panel VAR Approach and
           Causality Analysis

    • Authors: Selda GÖRKEY
      Abstract: This study empirically examines the relationship and causality between technological change and employment by comparing youth and total employment. It covers data from 16 OECD economies from 1985 to 2018 and uses multifactor productivity (MFP) as a proxy for technological change. The findings from the general method of moments panel vector autoregression (GMM Panel-VAR) approach indicate significant and positive effects of MFP on youth and total employment, and a significant yet negative impact of youth employment on MFP. According to Panel-VAR-Granger-Causality analysis results, there is a two-way causality between MFP and youth employment and a one-way causality from MFP to total employment. Thus, this study empirically confirms the job-creation effect of technology and finds out that the technological change and employment nexus differs for youth employment compared to that for total employment.
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +030
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