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Türk Ýmalat Sanayi Sektörlerinin Stratejik Önem Analizi

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  • Necla AYAS


    (Zonguldak Karaelmas Universitesi, Iktisadi ve Idari Bilimler Fakultesi, Iktisat Bolumu)

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    Calismada en son yayinlanmis olan 2002 yili girdi-cikti tablolari kullanilarak, Turk imalat sanayi stratejik onem yonunden Chenery-Watanabe, Rasmussen-Ghosh, Dietzenbacher ve Laumas katsayi yontemlerine gore incelenmistir. Calismada kullani-lan tum modeller stratejik onemi baglanti katsayilarina gore tanimlamakla birlikte, katsayilarin hesaplanmasi konusunda yontemler arasinda farkliliklar bulunmaktadir. Chenery-Wata-nabe, Rasmussen-Ghosh, Dietzenbacher ontemlerinde sektorel baglantilar, Laumas yonteminde ise sektorel baglantilarla birlikte sektorlerin nihai talep ve katma deger icindeki payi dikkate alinmakta, sonuc olarak ta modellerin amprik bulgu-lari arasinda farkliliklar gorulmektedir. Tekstil urunleri, hem guclu sektorel baglantilari hem de nihai talep ve katma deger icindeki yuksek payindan dolayi tum katsayi modellerinde stratejik cikmistir. Sektorel baglanti ve ekonomi icindeki payini dikkate alarak oldukca kapsamli bir stratejik onem analizine olanak saglayan Laumas yontemine gore; 17 imalat sektorunun 5 tanesinin stratejik, 2 tanesinin ileri baglantilarinin guclu oldugu ampirik sonucuna ulasilmistir. Stratejik sektorler; gida, tekstil, hazir giyim, kimyasal madde ve makine esya sanayidir. Ileri baglantilari guclu sektorler ise metalik olmayan diger mineral urunler ve ana metal sanayidir.

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

    Volume (Year): 11 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 525-535

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    Handle: RePEc:ege:journl:v:11:y:2011:i:4:p:525-535
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