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Türkiye’de Ekonomik Büyüme ve Turizm İlişkisi Üzerine Ekonometrik Analiz

  • Aslan, Alper
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    Bu çalışmada Türkiye’nin uzun dönem ekonomik gelişiminde turizmin rolü 1992:1-2007:2 dönemi için incelenmiştir. Çalışmada turizmin ekonomik büyümeyi teşvik etmesi hipotezi Johansen eş bütünleşim ve Granger nedensellik testleri ile doğrulanmıştır. Sonuçlar turizmin yaklaşık son 15 yıllık dönemi boyunca Türkiye’nin ekonomik büyümesini desteklediğini göstermiştir.

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