Melis Esenyel

Melis Esenyel
Istanbul University · Department of Econometrics

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Introduction
Melis Esenyel currently works at the Department of Econometrics, Istanbul University. Melis does research in Artificial Neural Network, Artificial Intelligence and Programming Languages.

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The present study seeks to determine the convergence of the ecological footprint pressure index for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN-5) countries over the period of 1961–2017. For this purpose, traditional unit root tests in conjunction with residual augmented least squares (RALS) type unit root tests have been applied to examine t...
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An increase in employment is an important dynamic that contributes to the growth of countries. Labor force, technology, size and age of enterprises are defined as effective factors in the literature. Nevertheless, trouble-free processes in financial opportunities, infrastructure and regulatory agencies have supportive effects. Troubles in these pro...
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Hizmet sektöründe yer alan turizmin, ülkelerin ekonomisi için önemli bir paya sahip olduğu ve büyük bir hızla gelişim içerisinde olduğu görülmektedir. Literatürde yapılan teorik ve ampirik pek çok çalışma turizm sektörünün dünya ekonomileri içerisindeki önemini ortaya koymaktadır. Çalışmada, kırılgan ekonomilerde turizm sektörünün yapısında var ola...
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In the study, it is researched whether the per capita energy consumption in Turkey is converged to OECD and EU member countries between 1960-2014 period. Classical and structural breaks unit root tests are used to determine the energy convergence. The findings show that, there is no energy convergence in Turkey during the period covered.
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In the study, the relationship between internet addiction and internet addiction in students of economics faculty and the sociodemographic characteristics of students were researched. Within this scope, a survey study was conducted with 673 students studying at Istanbul University. Descriptive Factor Analysis (AFA) and hypothesis tests were applied...

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