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Balonları Daha İyi Tanımaya Çalışmak: Balon Tanımları, Modelleri ve Lale Çılgınlığı Örneği

Getting To Know Bubbles: Bubble Definitions, Models and The Tulipomania Example

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Bubbles are events that are commonly believed to occur in markets. In order to enhance our understanding of the functioning and occasional crises of markets, it is important to become better acquainted with bubbles. In this study we review some definitions and models of bubbles found in the literature. Furthermore, we examine the Tulipomania as a commonly cited bubble example from history. We also provide some alternative viewpoints about the Tulipomania.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Piyasaların işleyişlerini ve zaman zaman kriz yaşamalarını daha iyi anlayabilmek için balon (bubble) adı verilen ve belli aralıklarla rastlandığına inanılan olayları daha iyi tanımak önem arz etmektedir. Bu çalışmada balonlarla ilgili literatürde yer alan belli başlı tanımlar ve modeller özetlenmiştir. Ayrıca tarihten bir balon örneği olarak sıkça kullanılan Lale Çılgınlığı incelenmiş ve bununla ilgili bazı alternatif görüşler de sunulmuştur

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