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Economic implications of EU accession for Turkey
(World Bank, 2005)
Turkey after Helsinki: economic challenges
(Taylor & Francis, 2004)
After pursuing inward-oriented development strategies for 50 years, Turkey switched to outward-oriented policies in 1980. The policy of ‘opening up’ was pursued with the aim of integration into the European Union (EU). At ...
The Turkish economy and the European economies in transition
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2001)
Since 1990 major changes have affected the future of the European Union (EU). At that time the future of the EU seemed set: a gradual deepening towards economic and monetary union. The collapse of communism radically shifted ...
Productivity of labor
According to Dollar and Wolff (1993) labor productivity indicates the extent to which a country can be a competitive low-cost producer while maintaining high wages. Total factor productivity (TFP), on the other hand, ...
Quantifying the impact of EU accession
(European University Institute, 2004)
With accession to the EU, Turkey will complete the harmonisation of technical regulations, achieve progress in privatization of its public enterprises, liberalize entry/exit into various sectors of the economy, impose hard ...
Turkey, Tunisia and Israel: a comparison of agreements with the European Union
(The World Bank, 2000)
Trade and foreign exchange regime in Turkey
The purpose of this chapter is to study the trade and foreign exchange regime in Turkey as it took shape in 2000. Section 1 describes the main developments in the trade and foreign exchange regime of Turkey, and Section 2 ...
Labor market flexibility in Turkey
EU maritime rules and transport sector policy reform in Turkey
(Kluwer Law International, 2007)