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Financial performance measurement with cash flow ratios: a research and comparison on borsa istanbul (BIST) main metal industry and accomodation sector

Akarçay, Çağatay

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

As soon as people start to earn the money that their labor deserves, they begin to control their cash inflows and outflows. This control is more important for businesses established for profit making. Businesses that want to control their cash flows in a more detailed and neat report form refer to the cash flow statement. Knowing cash flow is vital for businesses. It provides both the control of the cash flow within themselves and the opportunity to compare itself with other businesses that use different accounting methods. The success and sustainability of a business is evaluated by the measurability of its financial performance. C . . .ash flow ratios are used in the analysis of the financial situation of the enterprises. The aim of this study is to give information about cash and cash equivalents and cash flow statement, to examine the items of the cash flow statement and to discuss the purposes of cash flow ratios. In this context, within the scope of the study, the financial statements of 17 enterprises operating in the Main Metal Industry sector whose stocks are traded in Borsa Istanbul (BIST) and 9 enterprises operating in the accommodation sector, covering the 5-year period between 2017-2018-2019-2020-2021, were used. The financial performances of companies were measured and the differences between the sectors were compared Daha fazlası Daha az

Forecasting realized volatility of BIST indices with har-type models

Tüysüz, Şükriye

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

In this paper, realized volatility of a selection of BIST Indices are forecasted with Heterogeneous Autoregressive Model (HAR) and its variations. For this purpose, ticks between 2001 and 2021 are used to generate 5-minute returns, which formed the basis for calculations of realized volatility and other realized measures. In the study, rolling windows are utilized for forecasting the volatility of one day ahead. These predictions are then compared to the actual realized volatilities. The study provides a thorough comparison of HAR-type models, and emphasizes the importance of underlying time series’ characteristics in forecasting. M . . .oreover, the findings of this paper also hint at matters of diversification particular to index volatility forecasting. In overall, HAR Models proved to be a successful estimator for Turkish Stock Exchange time series Daha fazlası Daha az

A research on the effects of basel criteria on sme’s and awareness of this effect by Turkish financial professionals in the Turkish banking system

Kaya, Can Tansel

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The aim of this study is to find out the effects of Basel Criteria on the banking system and SMEs, and how much they are known by the bankers and accounting experts who are the actors of the financial system. In this research, firstly, the role of Basel Criteria of SMEs in Turkey in the crediting process, the collateral structure and the credit pricing processes in the lending stage were examined. In the second part, a survey was conducted with 69 experts (bankers and accountants) who are experts in their fields about the extent to which they create awareness about the benefits of these effects, and the results were analyzed. In the . . . study, it is explained why the BIS and Basel Criteria are needed, how they emerged, why and how banks try to secure themselves. It has been explained how SMEs in Turkey are affected by these regulations and how they should create a collateral structure especially for bank loans, and which issues are taken into account by banks in loan pricing during the loan utilization phase. In this context, Basel 1, Basel 2, Basel 3 were examined in detail. In addition, SMEs in Turkey have been examined in general terms. In the last part, the survey questions and the results were tried to be interpreted with frequency analysis using the statistical program SPSS. According to the analysis; It has been concluded that the Basel Criteria are extremely important and effective for SMEs in the Turkish Banking System Daha fazlası Daha az

Comparative analysis of virtual games with video games: preferences of players worldwide

Üçer, Neda

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The emergence of virtual reality in recent years has primarily focused on user interfaces, visual simulation, and 3D graphics. However, the community's interest in virtual reality has shifted towards the gaming industry in order to reach a larger audience. This thesis aims to study the differences and similarities between virtual games and traditional video games in order to determine user preferences and opinions. Over 60 days (April 1st - May 31st, 2023), an online survey gathered 300 comprehensive responses, revealing substantial insights, and 4 interviews have been conducted with 4 volunteers from different countries. Combining . . .quantitative insights gleaned from the survey and qualitative richness drawn from the interviews, the study explores the multifaceted realm of user perceptions and inclinations. This combined approach crafts a nuanced perspective on gaming preferences within these distinct yet interconnected realms Daha fazlası Daha az

The adaptation study of the brief form of the affective Neuroscience personality scales (BANPS) to Turkish

Soncu Büyükişcan, Ezgi

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The aim of this study is to adapt Brief Form of Affective Neuroscience Scales (BANPS) into Turkish culture and examine its reliability and validity. BANPS was originally developed by Barrett and colleagues (2013) to shorten and improve the psychometric properties of ANPS (Davis et al., 2003). The BANPS consisted of 33 items and six scales which aim to assess personality traits on the basis of six affective systems (SEEK, PLAY, CARE, FEAR, ANGER, SADNESS). The reliability and validity analyses of Turkish BANPS were conducted with three groups of participants, including all participants (N= 873), young adults (N= 296), and adults (N= . . .577). The original methodology utilized in the construction of BANPS and Turkish ANPS (ÖzkararGradwohl et al., 2014) was followed both in reliability and validity analyses. The results implicated that the gender and age of the participants are important variables in BANPS scores. The Cronbach alpha values both for total and individual scales of BANPS indicated that the Turkish BANPS has good internal reliability. The results of overall reliability and validity analyses demonstrated that Turkish BANPS is a reliable and valid tool to utilize in assessing individual differences in primary affective systems in the Turkish non-clinical young adult and adult populations. The limitations and suggestions for future studies are also discussed as well as the findings of the study Daha fazlası Daha az

Online psychotherapy setting and its reflections on Therapeutic relationship during Covid-19 pandemic

Soncu Büyükişcan, Ezgi

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The purpose of this study was to explore how psychotherapy setting is affected by the mandatory conversion from face-to-face psychotherapy setting to online platforms due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, mainly with respect to the relationship between subjective perceptions and/or experiences regarding COVID-19 and therapeutic alliance for both psychotherapists and patients. A sample of 94 Turkish participants which consisted of 62 psychotherapy patients and 32 mental health professionals filled out the questionnaire whilst semi-structured interviews were done with nine psychotherapists and seven psychotherapy patients. The data c . . .ollection process lasted from February 2022 to May 2022. As survey questions present quantitative correlations, semi-structured interviews were done to provide a deeper understanding of the outcomes of this shift. Findings show that while COVID-19 history of patients was not related to their alliance scores, psychotherapists who have first-degree relatives tested for COVID-19 positive show significantly lower Working Alliance Invertory (WAI) scores. Both patients and psychotherapists addressed the advantages and disadvantages of OPT in accordance with their COVID-19 perceptions. While the loss of a shared room and embodied psychotherapy setting is a main consideration of both parts, the length of the ongoing psychotherapy process significantly correlated with WAI scores for patients. Patients who considered there are no advantages of OPT showed significantly lower WAI-Bond scores whereas for psychotherapists, the number of disadvantages of OPT was significantly correlated with lower WAI-Bond scores. Limitations and implications for further research were discussed Daha fazlası Daha az

Online psychotherapy setting and Its reflections on Therapeutic relationshipduring Covid-19 pandemic

Soncu Büyükişcan, Ezgi

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The purpose of this study was to explore how psychotherapy setting is affected by the mandatory conversion from face-to-face psychotherapy setting to online platforms due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, mainly with respect to the relationship between subjective perceptions and/or experiences regarding COVID-19 and therapeutic alliance for both psychotherapists and patients. A sample of 94 Turkish participants which consisted of 62 psychotherapy patients and 32 mental health professionals filled out the questionnaire whilst semi-structured interviews were done with nine psychotherapists and seven psychotherapy patients. The data c . . .ollection process lasted from February 2022 to May 2022. As survey questions present quantitative correlations, semi-structured interviews were done to provide a deeper understanding of the outcomes of this shift. Findings show that while COVID-19 history of patients was not related to their alliance scores, psychotherapists who have first-degree relatives tested for COVID-19 positive show significantly lower Working Alliance Invertory (WAI) scores. Both patients and psychotherapists addressed the advantages and disadvantages of OPT in accordance with their COVID-19 perceptions. While the loss of a shared room and embodied psychotherapy setting is a main consideration of both parts, the length of the ongoing psychotherapy process significantly correlated with WAI scores for patients. Patients who considered there are no advantages of OPT showed significantly lower WAI-Bond scores whereas for psychotherapists, the number of disadvantages of OPT was significantly correlated with lower WAI-Bond scores. Limitations and implications for further research were discussed Daha fazlası Daha az

Comparative analysis of virtual games with video games: Preferences of players worldwide

Üçer, Neda

Preprint | 2023 | Yeditepe University Academic and Open Access Information System

The emergence of virtual reality in recent years has primarily focused on user interfaces, visual simulation, and 3D graphics. However, the community's interest in virtual reality has shifted towards the gaming industry in order to reach a larger audience. This thesis aims to study the differences and similarities between virtual games and traditional video games in order to determine user preferences and opinions. Over 60 days (April 1st - May 31st, 2023), an online survey gathered 300 comprehensive responses, revealing substantial insights, and 4 interviews have been conducted with 4 volunteers from different countries. Combining . . .quantitative insights gleaned from the survey and qualitative richness drawn from the interviews, the study explores the multifaceted realm of user perceptions and inclinations. This combined approach crafts a nuanced perspective on gaming preferences within these distinct yet interconnected realms Daha fazlası Daha az

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