Turkey Farming Articles

  • A taxonomy of manager/owner characteristics: case study research on Turkish born global firms

    A new phenomenon, against the process approaches of internationalisation, born globals show that firms can be global short after their inception attracts most of the researchers’ attention in the last two decades. The most denominators in born global research are probably the importance of the entrepreneur and managerial characteristics. Researches on born globals stress the role of managerial ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Intensity of Italy's agri–food trade with countries outside the EU Mediterranean

    This paper aims to present a framework of trade relations between Italy and the countries of southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. More specifically, using the indicators proposed in the analysis of international trade, we want to analyse the intensity of trade in agri–food products and the strength of trade ties between the bordering Mediterranean countries. The analysis of the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Migration of highly qualified German citizens with Turkish background from Germany to Turkey: socio–political factors and individual motives

    This article attempts at elucidating the socio–cultural and subjective factors of the emigration of highly qualified German citizens with Turkish background from Germany to Turkey. In doing so, it does not focus only on socio–political aspects, on economic benefits or disadvantages for the sending or the receiving country, but also on individual motives of the emigrants. What motivates highly ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A statistical downscaling model with applications in northwestern Turkey

    The main purpose of this paper is to develop a Statistical Downscaling Method (SDM) based on a set of statistical spatial and temporal pattern description techniques. Among such techniques that are first used in this paper are the Spatial Dependence Function (SDF) for spatial downscaling and the White Markov Process (WMP) for temporal similarity and their combination in an effective manner over ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Macro-level perspective of consumer ethnocentrism: a panel data study in Turkey

    This article analyses the relationship between the main antecedents of and imports/GNP ratio as a subtle reflector of macro-level consumer ethnocentrism (CE). We constructed a model that reflects the macro level ethnocentrism in a domestic country. This ratio expresses the economy openness of a domestic country. To this end, an original panel of EU15 countries’ brand applications, tourists, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Wavelet and neuro-fuzzy conjunction model for streamflow forecasting

    In this study the wavelet-neuro-fuzzy model, which combines the wavelet transform and the neuro-fuzzy technique, has been employed to forecast monthly streamflows. The observed monthly streamflow data are decomposed into some sub-series (components) by discrete wavelet transform and then appropriate sub-series are used as inputs to the neuro-fuzzy models for forecasting monthly streamflows. The ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Sustainability of the fiscal deficit in Turkey: evidence from cointegration and multicointegration tests

    This paper investigates the fiscal deficit sustainability of Turkey over the period 1975?2008 by using both cointegration and multicointegration methods. In addition to the conventional unit root tests, the minimum LM unit root test with one structural break is used to examine the time series properties of government expenditures and revenues. Since the series are I(1) , the study next implements ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Analysis and conservation of social attributes in traditional shopping districts towards revatilisation of town centres in recession: Balikesir as a case study

    In this study, it is of interest to reveal the relationships between morphological aspects of traditional town centre and their social attributes of civic life. The history of communal life and human settlements has always been associated with the history of shopping. Traditional shopping districts have been vibrant public realms. Nevertheless, social harmony and unity observed in traditional ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Business dynamics as the source of counterurbanisation: an empirical analysis of Turkey

    Turkey is facing a slight but remarkable reversal in population flows between settlements, a movement known as 'counterurbanisation'. The aim of this paper is to investigate the new patterns of population flows linked to changes in employment. To explore these patterns, the paper focuses on the causality linkages between urban-rural migration and rural employment, with a special focus on ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The effects of globalisation on the pharmaceutical industry in emerging markets: the case of Turkey

    Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has become the most important determinant in the process of globalisation, and as such, it is changing the economies of many countries. The main objective of this research is to investigate the nature of FDI inflows into the Turkish pharmaceutical industry and examine whether local or multinational firms drive the changing market. The paper indicates that when ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Trade liberalisation in T&C: an overview of the welfare effects

    The objective of this paper is to examine the effects that trade liberalisation in Textiles and Clothing (T&C) had on the welfare of European producers of cotton-yarn. We employ multi-market theory and a single-market approach to examine the price-induced welfare effects in four major European T&C producing countries namely, Greece, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. Results show that the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Exchange rate (volatility) and bilateral agricultural trade: Turkey vs. her major trading partners

    The purpose of this study is to analyse the sensitivity of Turkish bilateral agricultural trade flows to exchange rate and its volatility. To this end, we estimate the bilateral export, import and trade balance equations between Turkey and her 16 major trading partners for the period of 1987:q1-;2007:q4 by utilising the Vector Error Correction Modelling (VECM) framework. The short-run analysis ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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