Can Bekaroglu

Can Bekaroglu
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi | ÇOMÜ · Department of Economics

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Teknolojinin istihdam üzerindeki etkisi iktisat ve özellikle de çalışma ekonomisi alanında çok uzun süreden beri bir tartışma konusu olmuş fakat bir fikir birliğine varılamamıştır, zira teknoloji, istihdamı tek düze etkilememekte, birtakım iş kollarını müspet yönde etkilerken diğerlerine menfi tesir etmektedir. Teknolojinin etkisi, hem zaman, şart...
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This paper aims to analyse the relationship between Hofstede Cultural Dimensions and cross sectional femicide rates, which have recently received increasing coverage in the media and lead to fundamental changes in laws all across the world. In our study, which includes a subset of femicide rates acquired from world health organization, we use regul...
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This study aims to explain the impact of distance on state university enrolments in Turkey based on the student data received from Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Universi-ty (ÇOMÜ) and extend our previous study by incorporating 19 years of panel data (between 2000-2018). We are able to corroborate our earlier findings, explaining 70% of the variation in st...
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This paper aims to reveal how operationally efficient the Ottoman Farms were by economically analyzing three Ottoman Farms from a historical perspective and to open up a new path for the unfolding of new data and similar studies in historical issues. The data used in our study was taken from the 2015 graduate thesis of Ertuğrul Çam, titled “19. Yüz...
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This study aims to define an alternative index to measure market power and concentration ratio, similar to the Herfindahl, Hall & Tideman and the Dominance Indices in terms of ease, as a simple and scalable but more consistent scalar number carrying all the desired properties from such an index, which should be negatively correlated with the number...
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This study aims to explain the impact of distance on state university enrolments in Turkey, based on the case for Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University (ÇOMÜ), which has an extensive statistics regarding student background. We are able to explain 2/3 of the variation by using 3 highly statistically significant variables; i) distance to the college town...
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This paper measures the multi-stage technical efficiency of healthcare systems across OECD Countries between 2000 and 2011, based on a 34 country panel data set, taking into account the impact of environmental variables and health expenditure levels. We measure technical efficiencies in a two-stage process—the production of health services and the...
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This dissertation aims to measure the impact of technical change on OECD Healthcare in a multi-stage framework and identify the different sources of outcome losses to allow for comprehensive policy implications within a diverse dataset including countries from a large variety of development levels facing different healthcare issues. We adopt an out...
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This paper measures the multi-stage technical efficiency of healthcare systems, the impact of environmental variables, and the expenditure levels across OECD countries between 2000 and 2011, based on a 12 year, 34 country panel data. We adopt an output-oriented DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis) methodology to obtain the technical efficiencies in prod...
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With nearly 58% of all town expen­ditures in Connecticut going to edu­cation, recent fiscal pressures have forced teachers and administrators to make do with less. But this pres­sure to perform is not new. The push for “assessment” and “accountabil­ity,” and the mandates and penal­ties of “No Child Left Behind,” have left many educators feeling mor...

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