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  • A survey analysis on the investment attitudes of individual investors 

    Authors:Öztürkkal, Belma
    Publisher and Date:(Bilgesel Yayincilik San & Tic Ltd, 2013)
    This study aims to analyze determinants of trading behavior of individual investors where a survey of 55 questions on 85 people is used. The survey is composed of four parts: demographic properties perceived emotions investment preferences portfolio diversification. The findings show that investors are subject to home bias and the surveyed investors prefer to invest in local equity market. The findings show that older investors have less investment confidence and more diversification where number ...

  • Behavioral Biases Of Finance Professionals: Turkish Evidence 

    This study extends the existing literature on the determinants of behavioral biases of Turkish finance sector professionals. It examines the impact of various personal and objective attributes of finance sector professionals on their risk choices derived from their portfolio allocation and personal wealth data. Utilizing survey data from 206 professionals we find that these professionals take higher risk in the form of investment in equities when investing in home country firms (geographic bias) ...

  • Models for relief routing: Equity efficiency and efficacy 

    Authors:Huang, Michael; Smilowitz, Karen R.; Balcik, Burcu
    Publisher and Date:(Elsevier, 2011)
    In humanitarian relief operations vehicle routing and supply allocation decisions are critically important. Similar routing and allocation decisions are studied for commercial settings where efficiency in terms of minimizing cost is the primary objective. Humanitarian relief is complicated by the presence of multiple objectives beyond minimizing cost. Routing and allocation decisions should result in quick and sufficient distribution of relief supplies with a focus on equitable service to all aid ...

  • Models for relief routing: equity efficiency and efficacy 

    In humanitarian relief operations vehicle routing and supply allocation decisions are critically important. Similar routing and allocation decisions are studied for commercial settings where efficiency in terms of minimizing cost is the primary objective. Humanitarian relief is complicated by the presence of multiple objectives beyond minimizing cost. Routing and allocation decisions should result in quick and sufficient distribution of relief supplies with a focus on equitable service to all aid ...

  • Multi-objective disaster relief logistics 

    Authors:Samarah, Mahdi M
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2018)
    Disaster relief logistics is one of the major fields of operations research. Deciding the locations of depots before the disaster by minimizing total costs and total distances between nodes of demands and these depots is the main purpose of this study. The efficiency of disaster relief logistics is expressed in terms of the total transportation cost. The other objective function is considering minimizing total accumulated time to represent efficacy to supply different number of pallets which include ...