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Political news and stock market reactions: evidence from Turkey over the period 2008–2017

new deals and accords – declaring ceasefire – ending conflicts – peaceful and successful elections – quick and easy government formation – fruitful diplomatic visits – freeing prisoners, etc. Bad news Political news with negative nature, which are expected to decrease stock market investors’ appetite such as: – military incursion into a war zone – protest movements – coup attempts – bombing attacks – detaining journalists – cut off diplomatic relations – unfair elections, etc

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Does First Class Make Sense for Airlines?

& J. Rong-Chang. Willingness to pay for airlines’ premium economy class - The perspective of passengers, Journal of Air transport Management , 59, March 2017, pp. 134-142. 7. Doganis, R. Flying off Course IV: Airline Economics and Marketing, Business and Economics , Routledge, 2009. 8. Etihad Residence highlights the UAE airline ascension in first class travel, while others cut back. Available at , May

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The liberalisation of taxi policy: Capture and recapture?

, November 25). The Irish Times. Tynan, M. M. (1998, December 28). Harney asks for taxi and pub licence shortage to be dealt with. The Irish Times. Wall, M. (2011, January 27). Proposals to cut 2,200 staff at state agencies by 2014. The Irish Times. Walsh, J. (2000, November 29). Taxi-drivers urged to help Garda. The Irish Times. Weir, S. (2011). The evolution of taxi policy in Ireland. Journal of Public Affairs, 11 (2), 80–7.

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