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Measuring the degree of block interdependence between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors in Turkey
Based on the similarity of productive activities carried out by sectors, national input-output (IO) matrices may be divided into sub-matrices each representing a broader group of sectors called blocks. The strength of ...
The rural economy under structural adjustment and financial liberalization: results of a macro-integrated agricultural-sector model for Turkey
The Macro-Integrated Agricultural-Sector modeling approach is introduced to analyze the economic effects of the post-1980 Turkish structural adjustment reforms on the agricultural economy. The distinguishing feature of the ...
Water resources in Turkey: availability, use, and management
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997)
Turkey is classified as a relatively water-abundant country with an average of 3,900 cubic meters per person per year availability of potential water resources. The potential cannot be fully developed, and the availability ...