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  • Attachment security priming, exploration and energy 

    Authors:LAĞAP, ADAR CEM
    Publisher and Date:(2022-06)
    In the current thesis, I directly (study a) and conceptually (study b) replicated the second study published by Luke, Sedikides, and Carnelly (2012) by using the experimental methodology, where they found a significant relationship between attachment security priming and the sense of energy and the exploration. I used convenience sampling to collect data online, and the samples across two studies (NStudyA=281; NStudyB=195) mainly consisted of undergraduate university students. According to the ...

  • Avrupa Birliği ve Rusya arasındaki doğalgaz ihtilafları 

    Authors:Pourzand, Irmak
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2012)
    Çalışmamızda, AB ülkeleri ve Rusya arasındaki enerji ilişkileri hem ülkeler bazında hem de Birlik olarak ele alınacak, AB ve Rusya arasındaki doğalgaz özelinde anlaşmazlık konularına yer verilecek ve sonuçta ortak enerji politikası oluşturabilmenin önemine ve yapılabilirliğine yer verilecektir.

  • Energy consumption and income in Chinese provinces: heterogeneous panel causality analysis 

    Authors:Akkemik, K. Ali; Göksal, Koray; Li, Jia
    Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science, 2012)
    Recently energy production in China fell behind energy consumption. This poses important challenges for the rapidly growing Chinese economy. As a consequence the causal relationship between energy consumption and GDP is an important empirical issue. This paper examines Granger causality between energy consumption and GDP in China using province-level data. The current paper extends the Granger causality analysis employed in previous studies by taking into account panel heterogeneity. Specifically ...

  • Energy consumption-GDP nexus: heterogeneous panel causality analysis 

    Authors:Akkemik, K. Ali; Göksal, Koray
    Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science Bv, 2012)
    Existing studies examining the Granger causality relationship between energy consumption and GDP use a panel of countries but implicitly assume that the panels are homogeneous. This paper extends the Granger causality relationship between energy consumption and GDP by taking into account panel heterogeneity. For this purpose we use a large panel of 79 countries for the period 1980-2007. Specifically we examine four different causal relationships: homogeneous non-causality homogeneous causality ...

  • General equilibrium evaluation of deregulation in energy sectors in China 

    The central government in China has implemented ambitious energy policy reforms since 1978. An important pillar of these reforms is the deregulation in the energy markets which manifests itself in the formation of energy prices. This study examines the macroeconomic impacts of deregulation in China using an applied CGE model and counterfactual policy simulations. The results point to substantial welfare improvement. Sectoral results point to a reallocation of resources and diversion of economic ...

  • Joint Optimization of Wireless Network Energy Consumption and Control System Performance in Wireless Networked Control Systems 

    Communication system design for wireless networked control systems requires satisfying the high reliability and strict delay constraints of control systems for guaranteed stability with the limited battery resources of sensor nodes despite the wireless networking induced non-idealities. These include non-zero packet error probability caused by the unreliability of wireless transmissions and non-zero delay resulting from packet transmission and shared wireless medium. In this paper we study the ...

  • Orta Asya enerji kaynakları üzerinde güç mücadeleleri 

    Authors:Açıkalın, Oğuzhan
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2009)
    Devletler tarihin hemen her doneminde ekonomik siyasal ve kulturel alanda guc mucadelesine girmislerdir. Ulusal cikarlari korumak ve uluslararasi alanda soz sahibi olabilmek adina yapilan bu mucadelelerin aktorleri ve konusu surekli degismektedir. Genellikle askeri ve siyasi seyir izleyen bu mucadeleler son yillarda yerini ekonomiye ve bu baglamda da enerji kaynaklari uzerindeki rekabete birakmistir. ozellikle 1990 sonrasi surcte Orta Asya Cumhuriyetlerinin bagimsizliklarini kazanmalari ve sahip ...

  • Overcoming the shortcomings of energy intensity index: a directional technology distance function approach 

    Authors:Zaim, Osman; Gazel, Tuğçe Uygurtürk
    Publisher and Date:(Springer, 2018)
    In multilateral comparisons of environmental performance over time, energy intensity measures, especially "real" energy intensity computed either by index decomposition approach or structural decomposition approach, are the most commonly used measures. Recently, researchers also resort to production-theoretical approach, which relies on data envelopment analysis techniques, to decompose energy intensity changes over time into their subcomponents. While their intuitiveness and computational ease ...

  • Turkey and the changing energy geopolitics of Eurasia 

    Authors:Ersen, Emre; Çelikpala, Mitat
    Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science, 2019)
    While Turkeys geographical location is usually viewed as a major advantage in the energy sphere since many countries in its immediate neighbourhood require active Turkish collaboration in order to export or import oil and natural gas via economically feasible pipeline projects the ongoing political economic and military conflicts between the same global and regional actors not only negatively affect the development of the energy transportation routes in Eurasia but also present a major foreign ...

  • Turkish Foreign Policy and Cross-border Cooperation in the South Caucasus 

    Authors:Çelikpala, Mitat
    Publisher and Date:(IOS Press, 2013)
    This article aims at a comprehensive evaluation of Turkey's foreign policy in the Caucasus after 2008. An assessment related to the responses given and the steps taken by Turkey with respect to the emergent events would facilitate the comprehension of Turkish foreign policy parameters in general. Throughout the article Turkey's foreign policy in the South Caucasus will be discussed under topics such as the Caucasus Stability and Cooperation Platform which was proposed by Turkey as an attempt to ...

  • Turkish public preferences for energy 

    Public concern over energy supplies prices sustainability and efficiency has emerged as a major issue around the world. Yet most of what we know regarding public opinion on energy comes from North America and Europe. This paper presents the results from the 2016 Turkish Public Preferences for Energy Survey which included 1204 respondents and examined Turkish residents' household energy consumption energy policy preferences and environmental concerns. The main findings were that Turkish citizens ...