İbrahim Bakırtaş

İbrahim Bakırtaş
Aksaray Üniversitesi · Department of Economics

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Introduction
İbrahim Bakırtaş currently works at the Department of Economics, Aksaray Üniversitesi. İbrahim does research in Macroeconomics, Energy Economics and Economic History. Their current project is 'Effects of Utilitarian and Hedonic Shopping Value and Consumer Satisfaction on Consumer Behavioral Intentions'.

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Even though the economic growth and the increased agricultural production bring welfare increment, they could also load significant environmental costs to society. This study aims to investigate the existence of agriculture-induced EKC hypothesis in 47 developing countries during 1976–2017 by using dynamic panel data estimators. According to the lo...
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The main purpose of this study is to determine the possible long run impacts of renewable energy supply on the welfare cost of premature deaths caused by air pollution in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries during 1990-2016 by using dynamic panel data techniques. The long run elasticity results showed that the increasing supply o...
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In seven decades of the multiparty democracy period, Turkey has experienced four military coups. Even though the coups are thought to be a cold war phenomenon in the literature, they are still relevant. The failed coup attempt in 2016 reminds us that the military coup is still a critical issue in Turkish democracy and the economy. Interestingly, th...
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Bu çalışmanın amacı, Türkiye’de turizm gelirlerinin, jeopolitik riskin, gayrisafi sabit sermaye yatırımlarının ve turizm teşviklerinin ekonomik büyüme üzerindeki etkilerini tespit etmektir. Bu amaç doğrultusunda 1985-2019 dönemi verileri için ARDL sınır testi ile eşbütünleşme analizi gerçekleştirilmiştir. Ampirik bulgulara göre, değişkenler arasınd...
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The main purpose of this study is to examine the impact of patent rights and utility model on both economic growth and firm performance. The research hypothesis is tested using the Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) technique. Empirical findings imply that the impact of intellectual property rights protection on economic growth depends upon the le...
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This paper investigates the effects of public health expenditures on child mortality rates using dynamic panel data techniques for Next-11 countries (N-11) with data spanning the period 2000-2019. Among the dynamic panel data techniques, Pooled Ordinary Least Square (POLS) and Generalized Method of Moment (GMM) techniques were used. The findings of...
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Çalışmanın hareket noktası W. Churchill ve H. Kissinger tarafından petrole ve uğrunda yapılacak çatışmayı mubah göstermeye yönelik “Bir damla petrol bir damla kandan daha kıymetlidir.”, “Petrol Araplara bırakılmayacak kadar önemli bir şeydir” ifadeleridir. Bu ifadelerden hareketle, çalışmanın amacı oligopolde oyun teorisi ve realist perspektiften s...
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Özet: Bu çalışmanın amacı politik karar alma sürecinde oylama gücünün ekonomik büyüme üzerindeki etkilerini incelemektir. Çalışmada politik karar alma sürecinde meclisteki partilerin oylama güçlerinde yaşanan değişimlerin ekonomik büyümeyi etkilediği ileri sürülmektedir. Partilerin oylama güçleri Normalize Edilmiş Banzhaf Oylama Güç İndeksi (NBI) t...
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In this study, we investigate the sustainability of Turkish current account to GDP ratio in the long run by testing the null hypothesis of a unit root against the alternative of the smooth structural break with sign and/or size nonlinearity. Using nonlinear unit root tests, we find strong evidence in favour of the sustainability of Turkish current...
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Especially with the Global Financial Crisis in 2008, the effects of the housing market on macroeconomic stability have been more clearly understood by researchers and policy makers, both nationally and globally. In this context, it was observed that various types of uncertainty, especially uncertainties in economic policies, affect the housing mark...
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In this study, the long-term interactions between carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, real gross domestic product, fossil fuel consumption, and financial development are examined for 15 emerging markets during 1980–2014 by using heterogeneous dynamic panel data techniques. Long-run elasticity results show that the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis...
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Fast growing urban population brings some opportunities while it can also causes significant health costs, especially in developing countries. This study aims to investigate the possible impact of urbanization on health expenditures in 89 developing countries during the period 2006-2015 by using both static and dynamic panel data techniques. Fixed...
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The importance of renewable energy consumption increasing day by day due to the current global economic costs of environmental pollution. This increasing importance also expose itself in the environmental economics literature. Especially during the last decade, the studies on environmental economics aimed to specify the long run determinants of ren...
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This study aims to identify the determinants of corruption and its influence for 159 countries in the years between 2008-2012 by using Structural Equation Model. The model is constructed as the determinants of corruption in the period of t-1, the corruption in the period of t and the effects of corruption in the period of t+1. Results show that the...
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The rapid growth in global population brings various investment and job opportunities while it also causes several economic costs. One of the most significant cost is seen in health expenditures of countries. In this regard, according to the World Bank, the global share of health expenditure in GDP increased by % 2 over the last 15 years. The main...
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Following the global financial crisis of 2008, emerging market economies were exposed to short-term capital inflows in high rates. This has created a fragility in the financial systems of emerging markets and has become a precursor of possible financial crisis. Emerging markets have applied to macroprudential policies to restrain the adverse effect...
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This study aims to examine the validity of the environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) and pollution haven hypotheses in Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey, and Australia (MIKTA) countries from 1982 to 2011 by using a panel vector auto regressive (PVAR) model. Empirical findings imply that the EKC hypothesis is rejected by the MIKTA sample. However,...
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Scholars did not place any emphasis on the studies regarding the issue of armed civil conflicts or wars from the ending of World War II to the late 1990s, though they appeared to be more common than the international wars. A high number of studies from then on, however, have suggested that there is a relationship between the natural resources and t...
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This study aims to revisit the approach which claims special interest groups (SIGs) has a negative impact on economic growth in the long run. In this study, the long run relationship between economic growth and SIGs is examined by panel data techniques for OECD countries during 1990-2011. According to empirical findings, the long run relationship i...
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Amaç: Çalışma, Türkiye’de devlet hastanelerinde çalışan sağlık personelinin bireysel işyükü algısının iş tatmini üzerindeki etkisini belirlemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Bu amaç doğrultusunda, çalışanların bireysel iş yükü algıları ve iş tatmin düzeyleri ölçülmüştür. Ayrıca, ilgili problemlere çözüm önerileri sunulmuştur. Yöntem: Türkiye Aksaray Devlet Hast...
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The main purpose of this study is to determine the effects of an increase in real income per capita on renewable energy consumption per capita during 1992 and 2010. The panel cointegration analysis results of this study points out the existence of a long run relationship among renewable energy consumption and economic growth for G-20 countries. Aft...
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In the recent past, many developing countries with high and permanent current account deficit experiences crisis. After these crisis high and permanent current account deficits emerged one of the determiner of the crisis and testing the sustainability of these deficits become popular in the literature. Turkey affected severely from a twin-deficit c...
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Conference Objective and Philosophical Framework The International Conference on Sustainable Development is inspired from the critical challenge of human, environmental, and economic sustainability concerning the present and future generations in a global-scale context The 2° ICSD 2014 will be held at the Piazza di Spagna- Roma Eventi, Via Alibe...
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The relationship between carbon dioxide emission (CO2) and economic growth is one of the crucial topics in environmental economics. This study is aimed to investigatethat problem. In this study, depending on the theory of Environmental Kuznets Curves (EKC), the impact of income in carbon dioxide emission has measured for 34 OECD and5 BRICS countrie...
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World populations have increased day by day. Thus, production volume of companies have increased depend on increasing population. Besides, fashion and/or technologyinfluence consumer’s goods or services purchasing decision. Consequently, the type and the number of product produced have increased and natural resources both more are being used and de...
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This study aims to explain the conceptual and theoretical foundations of voting power, and to reveal the distribution of power among the ruling parties, coalitions and main opposition parties in the Grand National Assembly of Turkey during 1987- 2011. The voting power of these decision-making actors has been measured by Normalized Banzhaf Power Ind...
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Scientists, environmentalists and economistshavebeen faced such problems,which are turned to a social and economic conflicts in times, as environmental pollution, scarceness with increasing of global population and fast consuming reserves of fosil fuel for many years. Regarding to this, the political and economical decision makers are encouraged fo...
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This study analyzes from a political-economic perspective the loss of power and sovereignty of the Ottoman State within the context of the Damascus municipality tax. The first part of the study makes a general assessment of the Ottoman government's internal and external environment for the period 1800-1830, before the Damascus municipality taxes we...
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This study aims to analyze the effect of government's voting power in political decision making process on stock exchange market in Turkey. Therefore, we hypothesize that the change in government's voting power in political decision making process significantly affects the composite index of Istanbul stock exchange market. To do so, we generated fo...
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The aim of this study is to explain the long and short run probable effects on the economic growth of human capital. According to main hypothesis of research, as human capital raises, the economic capital raises. In our analysis, human capital is defined with two variables. These are school enrollment rate (SR) and education spending for each stude...
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In this article, we analyze the influence of public administration capability on the level of perceived corruption. We assume that the public administration capability is constituted by following four factors: namely, voice and accountability index, government effectiveness index, regulatory quality index, and rule of law index. We generated public...
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Increasing globalization and intensive competition have forced firms to look for thenecessary means by which they can develop their core competence to increase their competitiveadvantage since 1990. Because an important source of a firm’s sustainable competitive advantageis core competence. Core competence is the roots of competitiveness. An indivi...
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Bu çalışmada, 1987-2004 dönemine ait üçer aylık veriler kullanılarak, politik olayların (İstanbul Menkul Kıymetler Borsası) IMKB üzerindeki olası etkileri oluşturulan beş hipotez çerçevesinde incelenmiştir. Politik olay kavramıyla ifade edilenler yapay değişkenlerle üç modelde açıklayıcı değişken olarak yer almıştır. Yapay değişkelerin yanında ISER...
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In this paper world forces-balance formations and centre shifts are examined from theeconomic, politic and social vision in the period of 1918-1945, which is called as Catastrophe Agein the both economy and politics history. The paper is formed by four parts. The first part is parton introduction. In the second part , it will be dwelled on the peri...
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We observed that simultaneously experienced two undesired thing, namely inflation andunemployment in 2001. In this study, based upon that fact, we try to explain whether or not Turkeyexperienced this problem defined as stagflation in the literature. In order to test that, we appliedstructural change test by using ordinary least square (OLS) method....

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