12 - Sorumlu Üretim ve Tüketim

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SORUMLU ÜRETİM VE TÜKETİM Sürdürülebilir üretim ve tüketim kalıplarını sağlamak: Ekonomik büyüme ve sürdürülebilir kalkınmayı başarmak için, malları ve kaynakları üretme ve tüketme biçimlerimizi değiştirmek suretiyle ekolojik ayak izimizi derhal azaltmamız gerekiyor. Dünya genelinde en büyük su tüketicisi tarımdır ve tarımsal sulama, insanların kullandığı tüm taze suyun yaklaşık %70’ini buluyor.

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    From Social Sustainability to Social Entrepreneurship: A Path for Social Value Creation
    (IGI Global, 2022-12-01) Toker K.; TOKER, KEREM
    Despite the discussion of social sustainability, which has been a crucial component of sustainable development for decades, unfortunately, the desired successful outcomes have not been realized in practice. This failure caused the need to examine the concept of social sustainability differently than ever before. Social entrepreneurship is a valuable tool to meet this need. Concordantly, this chapter purposes to evaluate the relations between social sustainability and social entrepreneurship by comprehensively analyzing them. Discussing this relationship and proposing a new perspective will support overcome theoretical dilemmas and practical struggles. Therefore, the concept of sustainability was explained in detail through a wide literature review, and then the concept of social entrepreneurship was examined, and links, similarities, and gaps were revealed between the two concepts. As a result, the effective implementation of social sustainability policies depends on the social impact and value created by social entrepreneurship.
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    Akıllı Depolama Sistemleri
    (Paradigma Yayınları, 2022-11-01) Toker K.; Görener A.; TOKER, KEREM
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    (2017-01-01T00:00:00Z) Toker, KEREM; Tasci, Mustafa Emre; Gorener, Ali; TOKER, KEREM
    Today-s global economic conditions are inevitably forcing companies to develop a competitive advantage against their rivals to provide a long-term sustainability. An advantage based on low labor cost and natural resources, is losing its critical importance each and every day. A new approach to provide a competitive advantage is dependent on the development of information and production of new technologies which could enable the opening of gates into the arena of international markets. The main purpose of this study is to find out the mediator effect of the R&D employee numbers on the relationship between R&D investment expenditures and export revenues. It has been targeted to submit a proposal for organizational R&D employment policies and processes. Data collection has been executed by the data collected throughout the 250 most enterprises investing the most in R&D for 2015 in Turkey and also from the research of the first 1.000 exporter in Turkey. As a result of the study, a full mediation effect of R&D personnel employment on the relation between the R&D expenditures of the enterprises and the export revenues, has been observed. (c) 2017 Published by Future Academy www.FutureAcademy.org.UK
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    Evaluation of circular economy business models for SMEs using spherical fuzzy TOPSIS: an application from a developing countries’ perspective
    (2022-01-01T00:00:00Z) Toker, Kerem; Görener, Ali; TOKER, KEREM
    While the circular economy has recently been the subject of considerable theoretical debate, the discussion has yielded limited insight into how its implementation should look. Developing countries’ inadequate regulation and policy hinder the circular economy’s implementation in small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with resource, strategy, and skill constraints. Therefore, circular economy business models (CEBMs) support SMEs in overcoming the risks of implementation. However, SMEs often struggle to decide which CEBM to use. This study aims to enable developing countries’ SMEs to choose the most appropriate CEBM using the spherical fuzzy TOPSIS method, which is an extremely new method for solving decision-making problems. The four main CEBMs most frequently encountered in the literature and practice have been extensively analysed. The results suggest that the resource recovery model is the most appropriate model for transitioning to a circular economy for SMEs in developing countries. Circular supply is the second suitable business model. Following these stages, after the organisation reaches a specifc level of CE maturity, the product life extension and the product–service system model should be applied at the last stage. A comparative assessment and a sensitivity analysis are conducted to test the proposed methodology’s robustness and reliability. The results opened up a space for discussion and for new thoughts that could improve the scope of the CEBMs theory. Using all CEBMs together, we concluded that the transition to CE will not be successful for SMEs. The order in which CEBMs should be applied in the transition to CE has been determined. Their scope, risks, and resources needed were correlated with these data from the feld. This practical implementation guide, which we recommend based on theoretical foundations, ofers administrators and future researchers original insights.