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Kültür Ekonomisi ve Bölgesel Politika

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  • Nese Kumral

    () (Department of Economics, Ege University)

  • Mehmet Güclü

    () (Department of Economics, Ege University)

Abstract

Her bölge ekonomik büyüme ve kalkinma için bir potansiyeli vardir. Bu potansiyel alanlarin basinda ise o bölgenin kültürü gelmektedir. Kültür, katma degeri yüksek ekonomik bir degere dönüstürüldügünde bölgenin gelisiminde önemli bir araca dönüsebilmektedir. Kültür ekonomisi bugün dünyada gelismislik düzeyi çok farkli olan birçok bölgeye istihdam ve gelir yaratma firsati vermektedir. Son dönemde bölgesel kalkinma çalismalarinda bölgeye özgü politikalara ciddi vurgular yapilmaktadir. Bu açidan bakildiginda kültür ekonomisi farkli bölgeler için o bölgelere özgün farkli politikalarin uygulanmasina imkân verecek bir potansiyele sahiptir. Bu çikis noktasindan hareketle bu çalismada bölgesel politikalar ile kültür ekonomisi arasindaki bag irdelenmistir.

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  • Nese Kumral & Mehmet Güclü, 2013. "Kültür Ekonomisi ve Bölgesel Politika," Working Papers 1305, Ege University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ege:wpaper:1305
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    Keywords

    Bölgesel Politikalar; Kültür Ekonomisi; Bölgeye Özgü Politikalar;

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    • R11 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - General Regional Economics - - - Regional Economic Activity: Growth, Development, Environmental Issues, and Changes

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