Structural Interdependence in the Turkish Economy: Sectoral Forward and Backward Linkage Effects and Energy Sector
AbstractEnergy sector has great importance for producers and consumers. Turkish energy sector has been found as a leading sector in the analysis carried out in this paper by using input-output tables which are constructed by Turkish Statistical Institute (TUÄ°K) for certain periods. Turkey is one of the energy dependent countries. Sustainable development of the Turkish economy would be realized easily if this dependency can be reduced and the feature of being leading sector of energy sector can be utilized.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 (April)
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: Input-Output Analysis; Structural Interdependence; Energy Sector;
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