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Serkan Yuksel

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First Name:Serkan
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Last Name:Yuksel
RePEc Short-ID:pyu147
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İstanbul, Turkey

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Reşitpaşa mh. Tuncay Artun Cd. Emirgan, 34467 İstanbul
RePEc:edi:rdisetr (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Serkan Yuksel & Mutahhar Erturk, 2013. "Casual Link Between Islamic and Conventional Banking: Evidence From Turkish Banking Sector," Working Paper 06, Research and Business Development Department, Borsa Istanbul.
  2. Serkan Yuksel, 2013. "Determining Systemic Risk Factors in Borsa Istanbul," Working Paper 04, Research and Business Development Department, Borsa Istanbul.

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