INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


EXAMINATİON AND EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHİP OF PRODUCTION, CAPİTAL AND LABOR IN TURKEY OF THE BASIS OF PROVINCES BY PARTİAL CANONİCAL CORRELATİON ANALYSİS METHOD

The subject of our study is the statistical investigation and evaluation of the relationship between the production, capital, and labor variable groups on the basis of provinces in Turkey for 2012. There are three variables in the production variable group, eighteen variables in the capital variable group, and six variables in the labor variable group. Partial Canonical Correlation Analysis was used to find the relationships between the variables. The null hypothesis is that there is no relationship between the variables, and the alternative hypothesis is that there is a relationship between at least one pair of variables. As a result of the analysis, it was determined that the covariances of some variables were positive direction and the covariances of some variables were negative direction. While determining these relations, a lower limit was determined in the mutual coefficients. After the determinations, these relationships were interpreted and evaluated.  In the implementation of the method, matrix formulas and mathematical calculations are written in the Excel program were used



Keywords
Production, Capital, Labor, Partial Canonical Correlation



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