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Investigation of the similarities of ındustrial wood production statistics of regional directorates of forestry in Turkey using cluster and discriminant analysis
(Kastamonu Üniversitesi, 2019)
Aim of study: In this study, the amount of industrial wood production of the regional directorates of forestry in Turkey was examined deeply and the similarities between the regional directorates in industrial wood ...
Analysis of furniture products' contribution to Turkey's economy with a hybrid multi-criteria decision making method
(North Carolina State Univ Dept Wood & Paper Sci, 2021)
The furniture sector has a strategic importance in Turkey. That sector contributes greatly to the national economy, provides high levels of employment, is rapidly growing, and does not have a foreign trade deficit. In this ...
Evaluation of financial performance of paper companies traded at BIST with TOPSIS method
(Kastamonu Üniversitesi, 2018)
Aim of study: It was aimed to rank financial performance of companies in the paper industry traded at BIST. Material and methods: The financial performances of seven companies in the paper industry which are traded on ...
Factors affecting consumer-based brand equity from the perspective of Turkish consumers
(Zagreb Univ, 2019)
This paper contributes to the consumer-based brand equity literature by researching what brand equity means for Turkish consumers and by defi ning factors that, from their perspective, affect Consumer-Based Brand Equity ...
A research on the customer relationship management in the furniture and other forest products business (Istanbul provincial sample)
(Kastamonu Üniversitesi, 2017)
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) has become a mangement tool for anyone who wants to survive in today's customer oriented business world and intense competition environment. Customer Relationship Management was ...
Assessment of global competitiveness of non-wood forest products: the case of Turkey
(Institute of Forestry LAMMC, 2020)
Non-wood forest products (NWFPs) contribute economically to all countries of the world and they are an important source of income, especially for people living in or near the forest. They are also used in many sectors ...