Ali Kemal Çelik
Ali Kemal Çelik
Professor of Quantitative Decision Methods at Ardahan University
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A multinomial logit analysis of risk factors influencing road traffic injury severities in the Erzurum and Kars Provinces of Turkey
AK Celik, E Oktay
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 66-77, 2014
Road characteristics and environment factors associated with motorcycle fatal crashes in Malaysia
MMA Manan, A Várhelyi, AK Çelik, HH Hashim
IATSS research 42 (4), 207-220, 2018
Does an N-shaped association exist between pollution and ICT in Turkey? ARDL and quantile regression approaches
Ö Barış-Tüzemen, S Tüzemen, AK Çelik
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 27, 20786-20799, 2020
Determinants of the levels of development based on the human development index: A comparison of regression models for limited dependent variables
M Eren, AK Çelik, A Kubat
Review of European Studies 6, 10, 2014
Testing the pecking order theory of capital structure: Evidence from Turkey using panel quantile regression approach
D Yıldırım, AK Çelik
Borsa Istanbul Review 21 (4), 317-331, 2021
The influence of demographic factors on entrepreneurial intention among undergraduate students as a career choice: The case of a Turkish university
E Talaş, AK Çelik, İO Oral
American International Journal of Contemporary Research 3 (12), 22-31, 2013
Effects of the tourism industry on the balance of payments deficit
AK Çelik, S Özcan, A Topcuoğlu, KE Yildirim
Anatolia 24 (1), 86-90, 2013
Determinants of housing demand in the Erzurum province, Turkey
E Oktay, A Karaaslan, Ö Alkan, A Kemal Çelik
International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis 7 (4), 586-602, 2014
The impact of total factor productivity on economic growth for developed and emerging countries: A second-generation panel data analysis
Ö Yalçınkaya, İ Hüseyni, AK Çelik
Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research 11 (4), 404-417, 2017
The impact of narrow personality traits on entrepreneurial intention in developing countries: A comparison of Turkish and Iranian undergraduate students using ordered discrete …
AK Çelik, T Yıldız, Z Aykanat, S Kazemzadeh
European Research on Management and Business Economics 27 (1), 100138, 2021
Alcohol-impaired walking in 16 countries: a theory-based investigation
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, AK Çelik, A Marti-Belda, A Włodarczyk, D Demant, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 159, 106212, 2021
Volatility spillovers between world oil market and sectors of BIST
A Sattary, MS Temurlenk, A Bilgiç, AK Çelik
Asian Social Science 10 (8), 156, 2014
Modelling households’ fuel stacking behaviour for space heating in Turkey using ordered and unordered discrete choice approaches
AK Celik, E Oktay
Energy and Buildings 204, 109466, 2019
Risk factors affecting fatal versus non-fatal road traffic accidents: the case of Kars province, Turkey
AK Çelik, Ö Senger
International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering 4 (3), 339-351, 2014
Predicting Student Satisfaction with an Emphasis on Campus Recreational Sports and Cultural Facilities in a Turkish University.
AK Çelik, K Akyol
International Education Studies 8 (4), 7-22, 2015
A Monte Carlo simulation study for Kolmogorov-Smirnov two-sample test under the precondition of heterogeneity: upon the changes on the probabilities of statistical power and …
Ö Senger, AK Çelik
Journal of Statistical and Econometric Methods 2 (4), 1-16, 2013
Analyzing key socio-economic and socio-demographic drivers of domestic passengers’ airline choice behavior in Turkey using multinomial and mixed logit models
M Yaylali, AK Çelik, Ö Dilek
Transportation Letters 8 (3), 121-130, 2016
Assessing postgraduate students’ satisfaction with quality of services at a Turkish University using alternate ordered response models
AK Çelik, E Oktay, Ü Özen, A Karaaslan, İY Yarbaşı
Periodica Polytechnica Social and Management Sciences 26 (1), 87-101, 2018
Analysing workplace violence towards health care staff in public hospitals using alternative ordered response models: the case of north-eastern Turkey
AK Celik, E Oktay, K Çebi
International journal of occupational safety and ergonomics 23 (3), 328-339, 2017
Comparison of the powers of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov Two-Sample Test and the Mann-Whitney Test for different kurtosis and Skewness coefficients using the Monte Carlo simulation …
MS Özçomak, M Kartal, Ö Senger, AK Çelik
Journal of Statistical and Econometric Methods 2 (4), 81-98, 2013
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