Several Dimensions of Innovation, Technology and Industry 4.0
The Effects of Industry 4.0 Revolution on Several Areas
With the development of the industry, both social lives and economies have been significantly affected. Together with the Industry 4.0 revolution, significant changes have occurred in both the social life and the production process. As a result, different sectors are affected by this change. With this book, successful researches have been carried out by expert academics in a wide range of fields from finance to marketing and tourism to foreign trade, etc.
Part-1 Industry 4.0, Economics, Finance, Manufacturing and Globalization. Conceptual Framework of Industry 4.0
1.1 The Conceptual Framework of the Industry4.0 Revolution
Burçay Yaşar Akçalı
1.2 Industry 4.0 and Its Implications on theFinancial Sector
Özge Erdölek Kozal and R. Funda Barbaros
1.3 The Future of Manufacturing Industry in the 21st
Century: Industrial Robots
1.4 Via Industry 4.0 towards Globalization 4.0.
A. Gamze Aytekin and Sefer Uçak
within Innovation Indicators: Panel Data Analysis
Part-2 Industry 4.0, Business and Administration, Marketing and Tourism
2.1 Industry4.0 and Marketing
2.3 CRM 4.0: Rethinking Customer Relationship Management
2.4 Is Human Resources Management Ready for Industry 4.0?An
Analysis on the New HumanResources Paradigm
Gamze Özoğul and Günseli Güçlütürk Baran
2.5 Crafting the Future: The Impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Tourism
Part-3 Industry 4.0, Logistics, Technology and Health
Ali Erhan Zalluhoğlu and Burcu Aracıoğlu
3.1 City Logistics in the Context of Smart Cities
Muhammet Arucu and Taner Kalayci
3.2 Industry 4.0: Role of the Semiconductor Industry
3.3 Industry 4.0 in Health Sciences from Past to Present in Terms of
Taner Kalayci and Muhammet Arucu
3.4 The Place of Nanotechnology in Industry 4.0.
Burak Darici and Fatih Ayhan are working as academicians in economics at Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Turkey. They have many different studies in several areas. Their experiences are focused on especially monetary policy, labour market, financial markets and international economics.