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Trade liberalization and competitive structure in Turkey during the 1980s
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1996)
All present-day industrial and developing countries have, at one time or another, protected their manufacturing industries. Turkey is no exception. It has protected import-substituting industries over exports and industry ...
Central, East European, Baltic and Turkish Economies: a view to future membership in the EU
(The American University in Cairo Press, 1998)
(Palgrave Macmillan, London, 1996)
The dominant theme in development economics in recent years is the liberalization programmes undertaken by a number of developing countries, either unilaterally or as a part of the World Bank structural adjustment lending ...
Determinants of economic growth in Turkey
(Palgrave Macmillan, London, 1998)
Rapid, sustained economic growth is one of the main objectives of Turkish policymakers. Because total factor productivity plays a big role in growth, policies that increase education levels, achieve more equitable distribution ...
An inventory of Turkey’s international trade and investment agreements
(Springer, Dordrecht, 1996)
Turkey has one of the largest economies in the Middle East. It also has a border with the European Union (EU) which is its main trading partner. As Table 10.1 shows, the EU accounted for more than half of Turkish exports ...
Turkey and the Turkic Republics in Eurasia
The customs union agreement between Turkey and European Union
(European Institute of Public Administration, 1997)