Nese Kumral

Nese Kumral
Ege University · Department of Economics

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The paper investigates the patterns of technology and knowledge of the regions. The first aim of the paper is to determine cluster templates at the national level. The second aim of the paper is to investigate the technology and knowledge composition of the regional highpoint clusters. The paper identifies patterns of industrial linkages to define...
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İleri düzey üretim teknolojilerinin kullanımının yaygınlaşması, kalifiye işgücünün transferi ve bilgi paylaşımı gibi birçok avantaja sahip bir kavram olan endüstriyel kümelenme, bölgelerin dengeli ve sürdürülebilir bir kalkınma sürecine sahip olabilmeleri noktasında önemli bir rekabetçi üstünlük sağlamaktadır. Bu çalışmada, 2012 girdi-çıktı tablosu...
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Türkiye’de bölgesel uzmanlaşma kapsamında yapılan çalışmalar, bölgelerde öne çıkan sektörleri ortaya koyarak bölgesel gelişme stratejileri konusunda oluşturulan politikalara katkıda bulunmaktadır. Çalışmalar ayrıca bölgesel gelişme için yüksek teknolojili üretimin ve bilgi yoğun sektörlerin önemini vurgulamaktadır. Rekabet için düşük maliyetli işgü...
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Ekonomik faaliyetler arasındaki ileri ve geri bağlantılar, çoğu zaman birbiri ile iş ilişkisi olan ve sıklıkla birbiri ile ilişkide olan faaliyet gruplarını oluşturmaktadır. İleri ve geri bağlantılar yolu ile firmalar uzun dönemli iş ilişkilerine girmekte ve çoğu zaman benzer coğrafyada konumlanarak sanayi kümelerini oluşturmaktadır. Bağlantıların...
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(This paper is in Turkish) This study aims to analyze the resilience (sensitivity) of the NUTS-2 Regions of Turkey to the recessionary shocks in 1994 and 1999 as well as the degree of recovery of regional economies from the shocks. The main four findings are as follows: i) the sensitivity to the shocks is noticeably different across the regions ii)...
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(This paper is in Turkish)According to Richard Florida, who has popularised the concept of creativity in the economics literature, the main three factors that determine regional economic growth are technology, talent, and tolerance (also known as 3T). It is vital for the economic growth of a region that it promotes tolerance via embracing new ideas...
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Competitiveness of manufacturing industry is regarded as one of the basic determinants of long run sustainable growth of a country. Therefore it is important to have an understanding of relative positions of countries in terms of competitiveness and determinants of competitive ability. This study aims to reveal the standing of Turkey in a group of...
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Tourism has become an important sector in Turkey as a growing source of foreign exchange reserves and employment over the last two decades. After being one of the most important tourist destinations for decades, Izmir lost its relative importance after the 1990s. With its historical, cultural values and nature, Izmir still has a significant potenti...
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Competitiveness of manufacturing industry is regarded as one of the basic determinants of long run sustainable growth of a country. Therefore it is important to have an understanding of relative positions of countries in terms of competitiveness and determinants of competitive ability. This study aims to reveal the standing of Turkey in a group of...
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The Aegean Region, which is the focus of this study, is the second most developed region of Turkey. Its share in the GDP has remained relatively stable around 17 percent during 1990-2000 periods according to data provided by State Planning Organization of Turkey. The region enjoys a number of advantages like; high quality human resources, rich expe...
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As theoretical studies on industrial clusters have progressed, many researchers have focused on identifying clusters in various regions in different national economies. The emphasis has generally been to identify potential clusters, upon which a policy of sustainable development can be formulated. This paper aims to provide a basis to enable the id...
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Industry clusters in a region represent a material basis for an innovation-based economy. The paper aims to explore the Turkish industry clusters by examining the inter-industry selling and purchasing relationships. The 1990 Turkish input-output table is used to identify the similarities between selling and purchasing patterns of 60 manufacturing i...
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Even though the literature on importance of industrial localisation on economic development goes back for a century, there has been an increase in the amount of work in this field especially by the 1990s. One of the areas in which these studies gain practical importance is regional development strategies. Today many countries start forming their re...
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progressed, many researchers have focused onidentifying clusters in various regions in differentnational economies. The emphasis has generallybeen to identify potential clusters, upon which apolicy of sustainable development can beformulated. This paper aims to provide a basis toenable the identification of the regional clusters inTurkey. Using man...
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The article aims to identify industry clusters in Turkey by examining inter-industry selling and purchasing relationships. The 1990 Turkish input-output table is used to identify similarities between selling and purchasing patterns of the 60 manufacturing industries and derive a matrix that describes relative linkages between them. The article also...
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The study investigates the competitive power of Turkey's tomato, grape, and citrus fruit processing industry product exports (products with the highest shares in Turkey's total fruit and vegetable exports) in the EU market. The export similarity index reveals that Greece, Spain, and Portugal are Turkey's competitors. The revealed comparative advant...
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(This paper is in Turkish) For a city or a region to have a permanent place of a city or a region in today’s global markets is related to the capacity of production of new knowledge (innovative capacity). One of the most important factors which determine the innovative capacity is a region’s creativity which, in turn, transforms the regions resourc...

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Çalışmada, Temel Bileşenler Analizi yardımıyla, 2012 girdi-çıktı tablosunda yer alan 64 endüstri kolu arasındaki alım-satım ilişkileri üzerinden Türkiye’deki potansiyel kümelerinin belirlenmesi ve bunlar arasındaki güçlü, ılımlı ve zayıf ileri-geri bağlantıların ortaya çıkarılması amaçlanmaktadır. Ayrıca, belirlenecek potansiyel kümelerin bölgesel yığılma desenlerinin ortaya çıkarılabilmesi adına, kümelere ilişkin bölgesel uzmanlaşma katsayıları (LQ) üzerinden İBBS-2 Bölgelerinde öne çıkan anahtar sektör ve kümelerin saptanması amaçlanmaktadır.
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Within the scope of “Turkish-UK Year of Science 2016”, University- Industry Cooperation Centers Platform (USIMP) and a Ege University Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is organizing a workshop on Role and Impact of Universities on Regional Development: New Methods and Approaches will be held in İzmir, TURKEY on 16-17th of March 2017 sponsored by TUBITAK BIDEB-2223D Priority Areas Related to Regulatory Cooperation and Support Activities. ​ USIMP is a national civil initiative with 70 corporate members. USIMP will support this workshop by effective dissemination, promotion and dissemination of the results in Turkey, implementation and communication with relevant policy makers as well as observation of problems with the experience encountered in the field and provide support for the project in the scientific context. Besides Oxford University, different university representatives will also be participating to the workshop. ​ Participants in these universities will give support the discussion sessions, provide active support and contribution to effectiveness of management. In addition, cooperation opportunities between experienced researchers with other researchers and participants from Turkey will be created in this project.