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The plastic bag regulations for a sustainable environment
(Int Journal Contemporary Economics & Administrative Sciences, 2019)
Global issues, which are among the most serious issues of our times, threaten the existence of humanity and the world. The most basic concept encountered regarding the aforementioned issues is the concept of sustainability. ...
The role of carbon taxes in reducing greenhouse gas emissions
An abnormal rise in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has triggered a range of environmental problems the foremost of which is global warming. CO2 is among the gases most responsible for the greenhouse effect. That is ...
An updated assessment of the OECD's quality of life index
(Politechnika Lubelska, 2019)
Indexing for measuring the quality of life have been developed by various countries or organizations. Probably the most comprehensive among these indexes is the Better Life Index, which is developed by OECD. The sampling ...
Analysis of the phillips curve: an assessment of Turkey
(Korea Distribution Science Association (KODISA), 2021)
This study analyzes the validity of the Phillips curve with regards to Turkey. The existence and direction of the causality relationship (reason-outcome relationship) between unemployment and inflation is investigated using ...
Analysis of female labor force participation: evidence from Turkey
(Springer International Publishing, 2017)
In this study, we have estimated the determinants of female labor force participation in Turkey. For this purpose, we have used Household Labor Force Survey for 2000-2014. The determinants of female labor force participation ...
Determining the effects of monetary policies on capital markets of the emerging economies: an evidence from e7 countries
(Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2019)
Determining the Effects of Monetary Policies on Capital Markets of the Emerging Economies: An Evidence from E7 Countries
The effects of regulatory authorities on sugar markets: an evaluation of the usa case
(Int Journal Contemporary Economics & Administrative Sciences, 2020)
Studies have shown that public regulatory authorities can serve their selfinterest instead of the public interest. The US sugar market can be given as a concrete example of this situation. Regulatory action on the sugar ...