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Reducing emigration pressure in Turkey: analysis and suggestions for external aid


  • Schiller, G.


Discusses economic and employment conditions in Turkey and suggests ways of improving them in order to reduce the flow of Turkish workers to Germany.

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  • Schiller, G., 1992. "Reducing emigration pressure in Turkey: analysis and suggestions for external aid," ILO Working Papers 992876513402676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:992876513402676

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