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    Istanbul: KSP Journals
    Publication Date: 2016-08-30
    Description: From the Editor
    Keywords: A10 ; ddc:330 ; Editorial
    Repository Name: EconStor: OA server of the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
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    Istanbul: KSP Journals
    Publication Date: 2016-08-30
    Description: From the Editor
    Keywords: A10 ; ddc:330 ; Editorial
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    Publication Date: 2016-08-25
    Keywords: A10 ; ddc:330 ; Book Review
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    Istanbul: KSP Journals
    Publication Date: 2016-08-30
    Description: After summarizing the path dependency concept which began with the article named as “Clio and the Economics of Qwerty” written by Paul David in 1985, I will associate the path dependency with the reasons of why is F keyboard not used widely instead of Q keyboards, even though F keyboards were tried to be mandatory by the state in our country.
    Keywords: B25 ; B52 ; K23 ; O33 ; ddc:330
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    Istanbul: KSP Journals
    Publication Date: 2016-08-25
    Description: There is a growing global impoverishment. Some claim that the increasing number of street children and youth, especially observable in the world's poorest countries, was one of the consequences of globalization. The article aims to explore and provoke a reflection on globalization in developing countries. Globalization or globalization as it is referred to in recent decades is more a process of global meltdown, striking and explicit, in the fields of economy, culture and politics, the process followed by a remarkable loss of meaning of power of nation-states. The opening of markets in emerging countries has caused a profound change in the economy closing industries that could not compete globally. Question the globalization of poverty and underdevelopment caused and reinforced by the accumulation of wealth and somehow still not discovered how the people can benefit in some way.
    Keywords: A10 ; ddc:330 ; Globalization ; Reflections
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    Istanbul: KSP Journals
    Publication Date: 2016-08-25
    Description: Most art products can be classified as intangible goods. They characterize a reasonable connection with passion, inspiration, creativity and emotions. However, the pricing of these outcomes is exceptional irregular and uncertain. As a result, the questions arise: What is art? What is the relationship between art and economy? Is there a practical way for artist to be famous and rich at the same time? Why are the fate of the artist depend not only on the quality and creativity of their products, but also to the economic resources? We have taken this phenomenon with particular attention, in which we examine the problem from an economic and artistic point of view.Upon analyzing the relations between art and economy, it provides a comprehensive view about the meaning of artworks for society’s economic and cultural development.
    Keywords: A00 ; ddc:330 ; Art ; Economics
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    Publication Date: 2016-08-25
    Description: The Turkish banking sector was reformed with new regulations after 2000. The aim of this study is to measure the degree of concentration and assess the state of competition in the Turkish banking sector using data from 22 commercial banks for the period of 2002-2013. The data is analyzed using the pooled Generalized Least Square (PGLS) method. Concentration measures of CR3, CR4 and HHI are used and they show a moderate but slightly decreasing concentration in the sector. The widely accepted Panzar and Rosse (1987) model and its H-statistic are used as a non-structural method to assess the degree of competition. The H-statistic of 0.599 is found for the period of 2002-2013. It indicates a monopolistically competitive market structure for the Turkish banking sector.
    Keywords: D43 ; G11 ; ddc:330 ; PanzarRosse Model ; Concentration ; Turkish Banking Sector ; Competition
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    Publication Date: 2016-08-30
    Description: The feedback of external debt on economic growth through gross domestic investment has provided quite interesting results throughout the world especially in developing countries where external and internal borrowing have been a tradition. Based on a system estimation approach, using Two Stage Least Squares as an estimation technique in the case of Cameroon for a period of 34 years (1980-2013), the results reveal that while domestic investment increases economic growth, external debt retards economic growth in Cameroon, revealing the influence of debt overhang. It was therefore concluded that external debts adversely affect economic growth in Cameroon and thus, as a major recommendation, the authorities are expected to improve on the performance of external debt through proper debt management, a complete debt relief and using the debt in productive sectors for production of goods and services.
    Keywords: F40 ; ddc:330 ; External debt ; Domestic Investment ; Economic growth ; productive sectors
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    A Coruña: Colegio de Economistas de A Coruña
    Publication Date: 2019-02-14
    Description: Background: Economic evaluation (EE) is a dynamically advancing knowledge area of health economics. It has been conceived to provide evidence for allocating scarce resources to gain the best value for money. The problem of efficiency of investments becomes even more crucial with advances in modern medicine and public health which bring about both improved patient outcomes and higher costs. Despite the abundance of literature on the EE concepts, some key notions including the definition of the economic evaluation remain open for discussion. Academic literature offers a large number and growing variety of EE definitions. It testifies to the fact that existing definitions do not meet economists' requirements and they choose to create new definitions. Methods: The aim of this study is to explore existing definitions, identify knowledge gaps and formulate a comprehensive EE definition. Several methodologies were used to achieve the research objective: identification of related peer-reviewed papers using Google Scholar and EBSCO databases (e.g. MEDLINE Complete, CINAHL Complete, Health Business Elite, Health Policy Reference Center, Business Source Complete), critical literature review, critical thinking and inductive reasoning. Results: The study identified and examined 60 existing non-identical EE definitions, revealed their common focus points and grouped them into 8 clusters. Conclusions: Revealed common focus points were compared with the widely-accepted EE definition by Professor Michael Drummond and integrated in a comprehensive EE definition. A new, comprehensive definition of EE has been proposed.
    Keywords: D61 ; I18 ; I10 ; I11 ; O3 ; ddc:330 ; economic evaluation ; health care ; definition ; evidence-informed policy ; health technology assessment ; health economics
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    Bonn: Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn
    Publication Date: 2018-12-06
    Description: This paper aims to illustrate the working and business environment of professional fine artists and to identify the factors to successfully make a living in the arts as both market challenges and success factors have not yet been clearly identified in literature. The identification of artists' business environment and success factors could be particularly beneficial for practising fine artists, prospective fine art students, and higher education institutions (HEIs) in order to provide them with a deeper market insight and knowledge for an effective professional education and preparation. In order to achieve this aim, the paper is first focused on the literature to identify working fine artists' business environment including the different art market segments, entry barriers, and challenges. In a second step, interviews with professional fine artists were conducted as well as surveys distributed to lecturers and students in Fine Art at HEIs and to galleries to determine the challenges and success factors in the art market from their professional experience. The literature and survey findings clearly show that the art market is characterised by different segments of varying market attention and visibility, whose access is controlled by informal market barriers consisting of powerful networks. The vast majority of fine artists are practising in segments excluded from buyers' awareness.
    Description: Diese Paper hat das Ziel, das Arbeiten und die Geschäftsumgebung von professionellen Berufskünstlern zu illustrieren und die Faktoren zu identifizieren, um ein Leben im künstlerischen Bereich erfolgreich zu leben, weil sowohl Herausforderungen des Marktes als auch Erfolgsfaktoren noch nicht klar in der Literatur identifiziert worden sind. Die Identifizierung der Geschäftsumgebung und Erfolgsfaktoren von Künstlern kann besonders für zukünftige Studenten der bildenden Kunst und Hochschuleinrichtungen / Kunstakadiemien (HEI's), um sie dann mit einer tieferen Marktscharfsinnigkeit und Kenntnissen für eine wirksame Berufsausbildung zu versorgen. Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen, wird das Paper zunächst auf die Literatur eingehen, um die Arbeitsumgebung der Künstler, einschließlich der verschiedenen Kunstmarktsegmente, Zugangsbarrieren und Herausforderungen, zu identifizieren. Im zweiten Schritt wurden Interviews mit Berufskünstlern geführt sowie Umfragen an Dozenten und Studenten der bildenden Kunst an Hochschuleinrichtungen und Gallerien verteilt, um die Herausforderungen und Erfolgsfaktoren des Kunstmarktes von ihrer Berufserfahrung zu bestimmen. Die Ergebnisse der Literatur sowie den Umfragen, zeigen deutlich, dass der Kunstmarkt durch verschiedene Segmente der unterschiedlichen Marktaufmerksamkeit und Sichtbarkeit charakterisiert wird, deren Zugang von informellen Marktbarrieren kontrolliert wird, die aus starken Netzwerken bestehen. Die große Mehrheit von Künstlern üben ihren Beruf außerhalb des Bewusstseins des Käufers aus.
    Keywords: A22 ; A23 ; ddc:330 ; fine artists ; success factors ; business environment ; art market segments ; market barriers
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