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  • Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE)
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
    Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE) is dedicated to create a well-established venue for high quality research in contemporary Economics. Its content mirrors widespread scholarly approaches and interests within the dimensions of Economics, Finance, Accounting, Banking, Business Administration, Marketing, Management, and other related areas in Social Sciences. The first fully-online issue (June) is published featuring three research articles and two review articles that report essential findings and implications.
  • Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE)
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)

    Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE) is dedicated to create a well-established venue for high quality research in contemporary Economics. Its content mirrors widespread scholarly approaches and interests within the dimensions of Economics, Finance, Accounting, Banking, Business Administration, Marketing, Management, and other related areas in Social Sciences. 

    It is not difficult to imagine an organization, or individual that has not been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. During these hard days, scientific researches and academic publishing have also been interrupted. Thanks to the academic contributions of our colleagues, the first-fully online issue of the second volume (May) is published featuring four research articles, and a book review that report essential findings and implications.

    For your information, this volume is published on May due to the newly opened application procedures for Turkish researchers to grant a 'Doçent' title since the title of 'Doçent' is mandatory in order to become a full professor.

  • Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE)
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)

    Focus on Research in Contemporary Economics (FORCE) is dedicated to create a well-established venue for high quality research in contemporary Economics. Its content mirrors widespread scholarly approaches and interests within the dimensions of Economics, Finance, Accounting, Banking, Business Administration, Marketing, Management, and other related areas in Social Sciences. 

    It is not difficult to imagine an organization, or individual that has not been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. During these hard days, scientific researches and academic publishing have also been interrupted. Thanks to the academic contributions of our colleagues, the second fully-online issue (December) is published featuring three research articles, two review articles, and a book review that report essential findings and implications.