Yıl 2017, Cilt 1 , Sayı 2, Sayfalar 165 - 190 2017-10-31

DOES TAKING PLACE IN THE CENTRAL NETWORK POSITION PROVIDE ADVANTAGES TO THE ACTOR?: A RESEARCH IN TURKISH BUSINESS GROUPS SAMPLE / Ağın Merkezinde Yer Almak Aktöre Avantaj Sağlar Mı?: Türk İşletme Grupları Örnekleminde Bir Araştırma
AĞIN MERKEZİNDE YER ALMAK AKTÖRE AVANTAJ SAĞLAR MI?: TÜRK İŞLETME GRUPLARI ÖRNEKLEMİNDE BİR ARAŞTIRMA / Does Taking Place In The Central Network Position Provide Advantages To The Actor?: A Research In Turkish Business Groups Sample

Selcen SARI AYTEKİN [1]


The aim of this research is to demonstrate the effect of business group affiliates' position in network which is formed in business group firms on their financial performance. This relation is analyzed on a sample that contains affiliates of various business groups which are listed in Borsa Istanbul. The analysis conducted with data of 74 affiliates of 15 business groups. The findings of the analysis suggest that business groups affiliates that locates in more central position both in networks form with commercial ties and interlocking directorate ties have statistically significant and positive effects on their financial performance. 

Bu araştırmanın amacı, işletme gruplarının bağlı işletmelerinin, işletme grubu içerisinde oluşan ağ düzeneğinde yer aldıkları konumun finansal performansları üzerindeki etkisini ortaya koymaktır. Bu ilişki, Borsa İstanbul’da koteli ve bir işletme grubuna bağlı işletmelerden oluşan örneklem üzerinde analiz edilmiştir. Toplamda 15 işletme grubuna ait 74 bağlı işletmenin verileri üzerinde analizler gerçekleştirilmiştir. Analizler sonucunda, hem ticari bağlardan oluşan ağ yapısı içerisinde hem de örtüşen yönetim kurulu üyeliklerinden oluşan ağ içerisinde daha merkezi konumda bulunan bağlı işletmelerin finansal performanslarında istatistiksel olarak anlamlı ve pozitif yönlü ilişkiler gözlenmiştir. 

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Yazar: Selcen SARI AYTEKİN
Kurum: KARADENİZ TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 31 Ekim 2017

APA Sarı Ayteki̇n, S . (2017). AĞIN MERKEZİNDE YER ALMAK AKTÖRE AVANTAJ SAĞLAR MI?: TÜRK İŞLETME GRUPLARI ÖRNEKLEMİNDE BİR ARAŞTIRMA / Does Taking Place In The Central Network Position Provide Advantages To The Actor?: A Research In Turkish Business Groups Sample . Uluslararası Ekonomi İşletme ve Politika Dergisi , 1 (2) , 165-190 . DOI: 10.29216/ueip.345103