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Politico-Economic Development of Turkey and The Transformation of Political Islam

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  • Hasan Ersel

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This paper examines Turkey’s economic transition highlighting two objectives: achieving a strong growth performance in an open economy framework and fostering democracy. These two aims have shaped the politico-economic development of Turkey since 1950. The paper focuses on the historical roots of government success in handling the varying demands of diverse economic players; notably small and large economic decision makers.

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  • Hasan Ersel, 2013. "Politico-Economic Development of Turkey and The Transformation of Political Islam," Working Papers 746, Economic Research Forum, revised Apr 2013.
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