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Just a progressive step: women’s empowerment in Turkish microcredit practices
(Universidad de Granada, 2019-12-15)
In developing countries, the economic potential of women has long been under-utilized as a means of lifting households and communities out of poverty. In this respect, microcredit schemes offer an innovative form of social ...
Competency approach to human resources management: Outcomes and contributions in a Turkish cultural context
(Sage Publications, 2006-03)
This article examines the competency approach to human resources management (HRM) in organizations through a review of literature and theories on the competency perspective. Building on previous theory and some empirical ...
Regional specialization and industrial concentration patterns in the Turkish manufacturing industry: An assessment for the 1980-2000 period
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2008-02)
Previous studies on geographical distribution of economic activity in Turkey demonstrate that firms are localized in major metropolitan areas as well as a set of emerging regions. The aim of the paper is to complement the ...
National industry clusters and regional specializations in Turkey
(Carfax Publishing, 2003-09)
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 ...
Location and determinants of productivity: The case of the manufacturing industry in Turkey
(M E Sharpe Inc, 2011-11-01)
Discussions in this paper are based on arguments from the geography, economic, and management literatures suggesting that exploring the spatial reasons for productivity in Turkey became significantly important after Turkey ...
The limits of R&D internationalization and the importance of local initiatives: Turkey as a critical case
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2011-08)
The growth of R&D in East Asia has triggered the notion of a new innovation geography, where R&D is no longer a privilege of the traditional OECD countries. What does this mean for mid-sized emerging economies, without the ...