Türkiye’de Bilgi Ekonomisi ve Bilgi Yoğun Malların Dış Ticareti (1969-2009)
[Knowledge Economy and Foreign Trade of Knowledge Intensive Goods In Turkey (1969-2009)]
AbstractEconomic activities becoming more knowledge oriented. With liberalization of the global trade global competition escalated. In this context global competition acquired a shape among the knowledge goods. Societies which produce and use knowledge goods in their economic activities holding an advanced economic outlook. Knowledge goods create more added value than other goods. Thus exporters of knowledge goods acquire more wealth and competitive power. Transformation of the exportation structure to knowledge oriented increases the competitive power of the economies. This requires improvement of the technological ability and human capital stock. In this study it is intended that to analyze the share and the importance of the knowledge goods in Turkey's foreign trade. For this purpose, foreign trade data of knowledge-intensive goods tested in VAR (Vector autoregression) model. The results obtained are interpreted.
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Date of creation: 01 Jan 2011
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Publication status: Published in Marmara University Journal of Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences I.XXX(2011): pp. 209-228
Knowledge Economy; Information Goods; Foreign Trade;
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- Dominique Foray, 2006. "The Economics of Knowledge," MIT Press Books, The MIT Press, edition 1, volume 1, number 0262562235, January.
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