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Turkiye'de Makroekonomik Istikrar Ve Ozellestirme

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  • Yesim KUSTEPELI

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    (DEU, Isletme Fakultesi, Iktisat Bolumu)

  • Yaprak GULCAN

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    (DEU, Isletme Fakultesi, Iktisat Bolumu)

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    Kuresellesmeyle gelen yeni ekonomi kavramý, ulkelerin liberalizasyon, deregulasyon ve ozellestirme calismalarinin hizlandirmasina yol acmistir. Ozellestirme, piyasa aksakliklarindan ve yanlis yapilanmalardan dogan zararlari ortadan kaldirarak, ulkelere sosyal refah artirici verimlilik kazanclari getirir. Ozellestirmenin hangi kosullar altinda yapilacagi da ozellestirmenin basarili olabilmesi icin cok onemlidir. Bu calismada makroekonomik istikrarin Turkiye’de devletin ozellestirme cabalarina etkileri arastirilmaktadir. Incelenecek olan hipotez; zaten makroekomik istikrari yakalamakta ve surdurmekte guçluk ceken Turkiye ekonomisi’nin, bu sebepten dolayi ozellestirmede de basarisiz oldugudur. Bu hipotezi test etmek icin, devletin elde ettigi ozellestirme gelirlerini reel buyume, enflasyon, döviz kuru, iþsizlik, butce aciklari, devletin borc stogu, faiz oranlari ve kamu ve ozel sektor yatirimlarini iceren makroekonomik degiskenler üzerine tahmin eden bir model kullanilmistir. Sonuclar, tum faktorler (temel makroekonomik, kamu sektoru ve finansal) birarada degerlendirildiginde, kamu sektoru ve finansal degiskenlerin en onemlileri oldugu isaret etmektedir. Butce aciklari, ozellestirmeyi ters yönde etkilerken, borc stogunun etkisi belirsizdir. Döviz kuru devaluasyonlarý ve ozel sektor yatirimlarinin ise, ozellestirme gelirlerine artirici etkileri oldugu bulunmustur.

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    Article provided by Ege University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in its journal Ege Academic Review.

    Volume (Year): 2 (2002)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 15-27

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