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    • Advances in Model-Based Testing of Graphical User Interfaces 

      Belli, F.; Beyazit, M.; Budnik, C.J.; Tuglular, T. (Advances in Computers, 2017)
      Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) enable comfortable interactions of the computer-based systems with their environment. Large systems usually require complex GUIs, which are commonly fault prone and thus are to be carefully ...
    • Alternative measures of currency and asset substitution: The case of Turkey 

      Birkan, A.O. (Capital Without Borders: Challenges to Development, 2010)
      Like many developing countries that liberalized their capital account, Turkey has been at the mercy of short term capital inflows accompanied by a continuous real appreciation of the domestic currency since 1989. Open ...
    • Antecedents of transnational entrepreneurial behaviour: Evidence from Turkish-German firms 

      Dalgic, G.; Kuckertz, A.; Bulut, C. (International Innovation Networks and Knowledge Migration: The German-Turkish Nexus, 2016)
      [No abstract available]
    • Assessment of Maisotsenko combustion turbine cycle with compressor inlet cooler 

      Caliskan, H.; Dincer, I.; Hepbasli, A. (Progress in Clean Energy, 2015)
      In this study, a Maisotsenko combustion turbine cycle (MCTC) with compressor inlet cooling system is proposed and studied through energy, exergy and exergoeconomic analysis methods. The present system consists of a Maisotsenko ...
    • Assessment of maisotsenko combustion turbine cycle with compressor inlet cooler 

      Caliskan, H.; Dincer, I.; Hepbasli, A. (Progress in Clean Energy, Volume 1: Analysis and Modeling, 2015)
      In this study, a Maisotsenko combustion turbine cycle (MCTC) with compressor inlet cooling system is proposed and studied through energy, exergy and exergoeconomic analysis methods. The present system consists of a Maisotsenko ...
    • Broadening the concept of green marketing: Strategic corporate social responsibility 

      Alikilic, O. (Corporate Social Responsibility: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 2018)
      This chapter investigates the concept of strategic corporate social responsibility to broaden the concept of green marketing. The guiding thesis is that social marketing has evolved throughout the decades and has led to ...
    • Broadening the concept of green marketing: Strategic corporate social responsibility 

      Alikilic, O. (Handbook of Research on Developing Sustainable Value in Economics, Finance, and Marketing, 2014)
      This chapter investigates the concept of strategic corporate social responsibility to broaden the concept of green marketing. The guiding thesis is that social marketing has evolved throughout the decades and has led to ...
    • Cappadocia (Kapadokya) 

      Sari, F.O.; Ozsoy, M. (Natural Heritage from East to West: Case studies from 6 EU countries, 2010)
      Cappadocia is located within central Anatolia between the cities of NevŚehir, Kayseri and Niǧde. Three volcanoes on the NevŚehir plateau, Mount Erciyes (3,917 m), Mount Hasan and a smaller mountain named Güllüdaǧ had formed ...
    • Competition and product innovation by Turkish firms 

      Karaman Kabadurmus, F.N.; Lahiri, S. (Handbook of Research on Comparative Economic Development Perspectives on Europe and the MENA Region, 2016)
      This chapter examines empirically the determinants of research and development (R&D) activities by Turkish firms. It focuses on the question of how competition affects product innovation, and not process innovation, in ...
    • Conclusion 

      Tekin, A.; Guney, A. (The Europeanization of Turkish Public Policies: A Scorecard, 2015)
      [No abstract available]
    • Conclusion 

      Guney, A. (The Europeanization of Turkey: Polity and Politics, 2015)
      [No abstract available]
    • Dalyan paradise 

      Balta, S. (Natural Heritage from East to West: Case studies from 6 EU countries, 2010)
      Dalyan is one of Turkey's better kept secrets, a world in itself. There are not many accessible places left on Earth where the elements have retained their primeval freshness. Contemplate Dalyan from above when you are up ...
    • Damlatas cave, Alanya 

      Alakavuk, E.; Yagmuroglu, Z. (Natural Heritage from East to West: Case studies from 6 EU countries, 2010)
      The most important sea caves of Turkey are found on the Alanya Peninsula. One of these caves formed by sea erosion is Damlatas Cave. The cave is situated on the west coast of the peninsula, 100 m from the coast. The entrance ...
    • Destination management and quality-of-life 

      Pirnar, I.; Gunlu, E. (Handbook of Tourism and Quality-of-Life Research: Enhancing the Lives of Tourists and Residents of Host Communities, 2012)
      Tourism is a very popular activity worldwide since it offers numerous opportunities to color up the tiring and boring lives of the human beings. It has been very hard to catch up with work, family, and social life since ...
    • Determining optimum insulation thickness of a building wall using an environmental impact approach 

      Gulcan, O.; Emin, A.; Hikmet, K.T.; Hepbasli, A.; Ahmet, A. (Green Energy and Technology, 2018)
      This study investigates optimum insulation thickness of a building wall in the city of Bilecik, Turkey. The optimum insulation thicknesses are determined using life cycle cost analyses and a novel method based on the ...
    • E-Service marketing 

      Ghorbani, A.; Kursunluoglu Yarimoglu, E. (Marketing in the Cyber Era: Strategies and Emerging Trends, 2013)
      In the cyber era, the extension of the information economy and electronic networks has caused the shifting of the economy from goods to services and emerging e-service marketing. The synthesis of Internet marketing and ...
    • Economic impacts of hotel chains on host destination 

      Pirnar, I. (The Routledge Handbook of Hotel Chain Management, 2016)
      [No abstract available]
    • Economic impacts of tourism 

      Icoz, O.; Icoz, O. (The Routledge Handbook of Tourism Impacts: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives, 2019)
      [No abstract available]
    • Energy and exergy analysis of a perlite expansion furnace 

      Gurturk, M.; Oztop, H.F.; Hepbasli, A. (Progress in Exergy, Energy, and the Environment, 2014)
      Utilization opportunities of perlite have made the product adaptable to numerous applications in the construction, industrial, chemical, horticultural and petrochemical industries. Applications of the perlite include filler, ...
    • Environmental impact assessment of building energy systems 

      Balta, M.T.; Dincer, I.; Hepbasli, A. (Causes, Impacts and Solutions to Global Warming, 2013)
      This chapter deals with energy/exergy and environmental analyses of a low exergy heating system. A building with a volume of about 392 m3and a floor area of 140 m2is presented as a case study. For this building, four ...