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  • Saatci, Mustafa
  • Aslan, Alper

Dısa açılma ve rekabet arasındaki iliski “ithalatın piyasayı disipline etme“ hipotezi olarak bilinir ve ampirik literatürün yogun ilgisini çekmektedir. Oligopolistik yapıya sahip yerel endüstriler, uluslar arası rekabete maruz kalarak daha rekabetçi davranmaya zorlanır. Bu durum, fiyatmaliyet marjlarının düsmesine ve çıktı seviyesinin artmasına neden olarak, yerel firmaların piyasa gücünü azaltacaktır. Bu makalede, iki haneli Türkiye imalat sanayi verileri ile panel veri ekonometrik teknikleri kullanılarak disipline edici ithalat hipotezi test edilmis ve ithalat penetrasyonunun Türkiye imalat sanayi iki haneli alt sektörlerinde 1966-2001 döneminde, piyasayı disipline etmede önemli bir rolü oldugu sonucuna varılmıstır.

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Date of creation: 2007
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Publication status: Published in Erciyes Üniversitesi İİBF Dergisi 29.Temmuz(2007): pp. 1-13
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