Osmanlıdan Devreden Kriz Potansiyeli ve Tek Parti Dönemi Ekonomik Krizleri
[Crisis Potential Inherited from Ottoman Empire and Economic Crises of Single Party Era]
AbstractTurkey has always been grappled with economic crises since its foundation. The human resources and economic potential inherited from Ottoman Empire are both insufficient and poor-quality. In addition, the new political and ideological regime had not been accepted by nationals for a while. Therefore, enormous energy had been allocated to this field to cope with the revolts. Then Prime Minister Ismet Inonu depicted this appearance “we setup a villager government in the middle of Anatolia.” This article handled economic crises before 1980 economic liberalization period in the light of economic and political developments.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 9090.
Date of creation: 2002
Date of revision: 2002
Ottoman crisis; Turkish economic crisis; Ottoman heritage;
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