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Barriers to entry and two-sided markets: a research in a shopping mall in Istanbul
(Asian Economic and Social Society, 2013)
Two-sided markets are the new issues in economic theory and have been studied since the beginning of the 21th century. Barriers to entry are also important to provide a balanced full competition condition in markets. ...
The relationship between income and consumption after global financial crisis
(David Publishing, 2011)
Global financial crisis which began with high default rates on subprime and adjustable rate mortgages, developed in 2007 and became visible after the crash of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Like other financial crises, it caused ...
Evaluating entrepreneurship intentions of vocational high scholl pupils based on self efficancy concept
In this study entrepreneurship intentions of pupils, who are registered in different programmes of Vocational High School, have been measured. Related literature about the entrepreneurship reviewed and questions of the ...