His scientific interests lie mostly in Volatility, Econometrics, Financial economics, Stock market and Quantile. Mehmet Balcilar interconnects Nonparametric statistics and Exchange rate, Monetary economics in the investigation of issues within Volatility. His studies deal with areas such as Conditional probability distribution and Predictability as well as Nonparametric statistics.
The Granger causality, Real gross domestic product and Autoregressive model research Mehmet Balcilar does as part of his general Econometrics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Causality, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Financial economics study combines topics in areas such as Economic policy, Equity and Markov chain. His Quantile research incorporates themes from Asset allocation and Gold returns.
Econometrics, Volatility, Financial economics, Granger causality and Monetary economics are his primary areas of study. His Autoregressive model study in the realm of Econometrics interacts with subjects such as Causality. The Volatility study combines topics in areas such as Nonparametric statistics, Financial market, Quantile, Stock market and Conditional probability distribution.
The various areas that Mehmet Balcilar examines in his Financial economics study include Emerging markets and Equity. His Granger causality research includes themes of Economic policy, Futures contract and Real gross domestic product. His Monetary economics research focuses on Spillover effect and how it connects with Index.
Mehmet Balcilar mainly focuses on Monetary economics, Econometrics, Volatility, Predictability and Index. His Monetary economics study also includes fields such as
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Financial market, Government bond and Stock market. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nonparametric statistics, Financial economics, Risk premium, Order and Conditional probability distribution in addition to Predictability. His Index study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spillover effect and Autoregressive model.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Inflation, Volatility, Spillover effect and Econometrics. His research in Monetary economics intersects with topics in Futures contract and Financial crisis. His Inflation research includes elements of Economic policy and Cointegration.
His work in Volatility addresses issues such as Stock market, which are connected to fields such as Diversification and Equity. Mehmet Balcilar works in the field of Econometrics, namely Risk premium. His Predictability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nonparametric statistics, Quantile, Credit rating and Stock return.
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Can volume predict Bitcoin returns and volatility? A quantiles-based approach
Mehmet Balcilar;Elie Bouri;Rangan Gupta;David Roubaud.
Economic Modelling (2017)
Economic growth and energy consumption causal nexus viewed through a bootstrap rolling window
Mehmet Balcilar;Zeynel Abidin Ozdemir;Yalcin Arslanturk.
Energy Economics (2010)
Determinants of capital structure: evidence from Turkish lodging companies.
Erdinc Karadeniz;Serkan Yilmaz Kandir;Mehmet Balcilar;Yildirim Beyazit Onal.
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management (2009)
Time-varying linkages between tourism receipts and economic growth in a small open economy
Yalcin Arslanturk;Mehmet Balcilar;Zeynel Abidin Ozdemir.
Economic Modelling (2011)
The export-output growth nexus in Japan: a bootstrap rolling window approach
Mehmet Balcilar;Zeynel Abidin Ozdemir.
Empirical Economics (2013)
Investor herds and regime-switching: Evidence from Gulf Arab stock markets
Mehmet Balcilar;Rıza Demirer;Shawkat Hammoudeh.
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (2013)
The role of news-based uncertainty indices in predicting oil markets: a hybrid nonparametric quantile causality method
Mehmet Balcilar;Stelios Bekiros;Rangan Gupta.
Empirical Economics (2017)
Regime switching model of US crude oil and stock market prices : 1859 to 2013
Mehmet Balcilar;Mehmet Balcilar;Rangan Gupta;Stephen M. Miller.
Energy Economics (2015)
The Causal Relationship Between Economic Policy Uncertainty and Stock Returns in China and India: Evidence from a Bootstrap Rolling Window Approach
Xiao-lin Li;Mehmet Balcilar;Rangan Gupta;Tsangyao Chang.
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (2016)
A Comparative Analysis of Productivity Growth, Catch-Up, and Convergence in Transition Economies
Ertugrul Deliktas;Mehmet Balcilar.
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (2005)
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