Accepted Papers & Abstract Booklet

Genç Ekonomistler Club aims to organize the “Genç Ekonomistler Congress” and to make this organization traditional, which has attracted great interest in many universities across the country. The congress, which will be held on an international scale, will be held online this year between 19-22 May 2022 with the theme of “Tomorrow”.

Congress theme,  “The development of today’s economy, which carries the footprints of the past, with an innovative mentality is gaining momentum day by day. Young generations, who are the hope of the future, will become prominent researchers of the changing world conditions by making efforts with determination. In the dilemma of uncertainties and dreams, young generations with innovative research spirit should reconstruct their policy proposals according to the transforming tomorrow in order to generate bright ideas. ” and a call was made for a statement.

In this context, 79 applications submitted until February 25, 2022 were examined by the Organizing Committee. At the 5th International Genç Ekonomistler Congress, 27 studies with 25 different participants, consisting of undergraduate and graduate students, in accordance with the theme and participation conditions, were entitled to submit full text.

Accepted studies and researchers are presented below as a complete list.

1. The Impact of the Covid-19 Epidemic on Financial Markets with Macroeconomic Indicators

  • B. Ec. / Gülay SAP, Sakarya University

2. The Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Individuals’ Habits and Preferences

  • B.Ec.G. / Kübra YEŞİLYURT, Eskişehir Osmangazi University

3. Globalization and Poverty: MIST Countries

  • M.Ec. / Anıl Can TOKDEMİR, Anadolu University

4. Evaluation of Cryptocurrencies and Use in Portfolio Diversification

  • B. Ec. / Uğur GÖÇ, Eskişehir Osmangazi University

5. An Alternative Approach to Exchange Rate Forecast Performance: LSTM

  • M.Ec. / Begüm ÖZKISAOĞLU, Bandırma Onyedi Eylül University

6. Examining Food Inequality in Low-Income Countries

  • B. Ec. / Hüseyin Can KÖK, Ege University

7. Analysis of the Relationship Between Cryptocurrencies and Fiat Coins by Granger Causality Test: Market Factors and Sustainability

  • M.Ec. / Selen Serenay SİLVAN, Uludag University

8. Future Jobs in a Digitalized Global World

  • B. Ec. / Duygu YAVUZ, Dokuz Eylul University

9. Financial Crises and Warning Systems Under the Financial Instability Hypothesis

  • M.L.Ec. / Gizem ÜLGÜ, Aydın Adnan Menderes University

10. Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence in Audit

  • B. Ec. / Pınar ASLAN, İstanbul Medeniyet University

11. The Econometric Analysis of Indirect Taxes and Household Final Consumption Expenditures in Turkey in the Perspective of Balanced Development Strategy

  • B.Ec.G. / Eda Nur ÖZKAYNAK, Doğuş University

12. Theoretical Analysis of the Relationship Between Global Climate Change and Sustainable Development: The Case of Turkey

  • B.I.Ec. / Uğuralp TUNÇ, Kadir Has University

13. The Effect of the New Orientation of International Trade on Real Investments in Turkey: A Study on the Belt and Road Initiative

  • B. Ec. / Tolga DİŞCI, Hacettepe University

14. An Energy Policy Proposal for the Future in the Context of the Risks of Fossil Fuels

  • B. Ec. / İrem YAZICI, Dokuz Eylul University
  • B. Ec. / Muhammet Eyüp GÖKÇEK, Dokuz Eylul University

15. The Relationship Between Economic Growth and Carbon Emissions: BRICS-T Countries

  • M.Ec. / Anıl Can TOKDEMİR, Anadolu University

16. Status Quo from the Perspective of Institutional Economics

  • M.Ec. / Halis Berk AYDIN, Kirklareli University

17. The Future of the World in the Context of Different Dimensions of Inequality

  • B. Ec. / Sude AYVALIOĞLU, Dokuz Eylül University

18. The Effect of Financial Openness on Economic Growth for Turkey

  • M.Ec. / Begüm ÖZKISAOĞLU, Bandırma Onyedi Eylül University

19. The Impact of Global Climate Change on Agriculture

  • B. Ec. / Tuğçe BABAYİĞİT, Manisa Celal Bayar University

20. The Age of Innovation: The Grossman-Helpman Model OECD Example

  • M.Ec. / Reyhan BOZKURT, Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University

21. Covid-19 Process in Turkey: Demand-Side Analysis of the Effect of Uncertainty and Risk Increase on Cryptocurrency Markets and Decision Makers

  • M.Ec. / Selen Serenay SİLVAN, Uludag University

22. Impossible Foods as an Innovation in the Global Food Industry

  • B. Ec. / Gizem ARSEVEN, Dokuz Eylul University

23. Current Applications of Foreign Trade Theories: A Study on Covid-19

  • M.Ec. / Harun SIMŞEK, Mersin University

24. Turkey’s Adaptation to Technology in the Transition Process to the New Economic Structure

  • M.Ec. / Yağız BİRİNCİ, Eskişehir Osmangazi University

25. Contemporary Digital Art and Its Use in the Pandemic Process

  • B.Art / Mehmet Akif ÖZDAL, Sivas Cumhuriyet University

26. A Modern Approach to Okun’s Law: The Case of Turkey

  • B. Ec. / Ilgın Deniz DELİDUMAN, Pamukkale University

27. Retail Goods And  Services Via E-Commerce In Turkey Comparison Of Purchase Frequency According To NUTS-1: Multinomial Logit Model Analysis For Households

  • B. Ec. / Deniz BOZDAĞ, Harran University

After the announcement of the determined summary studies, the “Congress Substract Booklet” was prepared by the Executive Board in order to share it with the public. This booklet can be accessed via the file below.

Executive Board

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