Zeynel Abidin Ozdemir

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Are Labor Force Participation Rates Really Non-Stationary? Evidence from Three OECD Countries This paper shows that the structural breaks are an important characteristic of the monthly labor force participation rate (LFPR) series of Australia, Canada and the USA. Therefore we allow for endogenously determined multiple structural breaks in the empirical(More)
This paper examines the possibility of unit roots in the presence of endogenously determined multiple structural breaks in the total, female and male labour force participation rates (LFPR) for Australia, Canada and the USA. We extend the procedure of Gil-Alana (2008) for single structural break to the case of multiple structural breaks at endogenously(More)
Coeliac disease in adults is an overlooked and undiagnosed illness. We present a case where a woman was diagnosed at the age of 59 despite symptoms suggestive of coeliac disease since childhood. At the time of diagnosis the patient had severe osteomalacia with multiple vertebral fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine.
Studies from western countries have shown that coeliac disease (CD) is common with prevalence figures about 1:300. The clinical spectrum varies greatly, steatorrhoea and weight loss affecting less than half of the patients. CD should be suspected in case of positive gliadin (IgA and IgG) and endomysial (IgA) antibodies. The diagnosis is based upon(More)
This paper considers the private sector wage earners in Egypt and examine their wage distribution during 1998-2012 using Egyptian Labor Market Panel Survey. We first estimate Mincer wage equations both at the mean and at different quantiles of the wage distribution taking into account observable characteristics. Then we make use of the panel feature of the(More)
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