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A research on local government's view on integrated reporting in Turkey and a model proposal

Kaya, Can Tansel

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

Municipalities are expected to be more transparent, accountable, understandable and to have stronger communication channels with stakeholders. Corporate reports are the tools that establish strong dialogs with stakeholders. Integrated Reports, which provide the opportunity to deliver both financial and non-financial information in a single report, is one of the innovative corporate reporting model. The purpose of this article is to propose an "Integrated Reporting Model" applicable by local governments in Turkey and to make "Integrated Performance Measurements". In line with the purpose of the study, annual reports published by 29 M . . .etropolitan Municipalities in Turkey between 2018-2020 were examined, the social data obtained from that reports were digitized with the "content analysis" method, and a model proposal was constituted and performance measurement was together with the opinions of 12 experts, by using the "analytical hierarchy process" technique of "multi-criteria decision making" methods. The result of the analysis indicate that integrated reporting is an applicable reporting model for Municipalities and current reporting models of them close to integrated reporting in terms of their contents but different by their structures, and frameworks. Daha fazlası Daha az

The effect of online Turkish shoppers’ perceptions on purchase intention in fashion industry

Ural, Tülin

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

Even though retail stayed almost the same in the last 20 years, the effect of digital tools and applications substantially altered how businesses operate and how consumers shop. When the pandemic increased the pace consumers adapted to changes, retail industry was already battling with the challenge to digitalize. This study is based on the adoption theories including the Theory of Reasoned Action and the Technology Acceptance Model to investigate the interrelationships between perceived website design, perceived privacy, perceived reliability, perceived customer service by the Turkish online shoppers and their effects on the digita . . .l purchase intention in the fashion industry. Quantitative techniques were used in this study. 470 respondents replied to the survey in Turkey, out of which 425 respondents (90.4%) stated that they shopped online from the fashion industry. Data analysis and results were discussed using the Structural Equation Modeling. Empirical findings state that the perceived website design by the Turkish online shoppers has a positive impact on perceived customer service, perceived reliability, perceived privacy, and online purchase intention. Perceived privacy is related positively to perceived customer service and digital purchase intention. Perceived reliability has a positive impact on perceived customer service, and online purchase intention. Finally, the positive effect of perception of customer service by Turkish online customers on digital purchase intention in the fashion industry is rejected unlike to other studies in this area Daha fazlası Daha az

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