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Kamu Borclanmasinin Surdurulebilirliginin Analizi: G7 Ulkelerine Iliskin Bir Calisma


  • Seher Bas

    (Celal Bayar University, Department of Public Finance)

  • Birol Kovancilar

    (Celal Bayar University, Department of Public Finance)


Onemli bir maliye politikasi araci olan borclanma, son yillarda sikca basvurulan bir finansman yontemi haline gelmistir. Borclanmanin yarattigi sorunlar gecmiste her ne kadar gelismekte olan ulkelere ve yoksul ulkelere has kronik bir durum olarak gorulse de gectigimiz on yilda Avrupa ulkelerinde yasanan borc krizleri ile gelismis ulkelerde kamu borclanmasinin sinirlari ve surdurulebilirligi sorununa cozum arayislari ekonomi literaturunde yer almaya baslamistir. Bu calisma ile G7 ulkelerinde hizla artan kamu borclanmasinin surdurulebilirlik sorununun rasyo analiz yontemleri ile incelenmesi amaclanmaktadir.

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  • Seher Bas & Birol Kovancilar, 2016. "Kamu Borclanmasinin Surdurulebilirliginin Analizi: G7 Ulkelerine Iliskin Bir Calisma," EconWorld Working Papers 16006, WERI-World Economic Research Institute, revised Apr 2016.
  • Handle: RePEc:ana:wpaper:16006
    DOI: 10.22440/EconWorld.WP.2016.006

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