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Türkiye Ekonomisinde Sürükleyici Endüstri Analizi:2002-2012 Karşılaştırması
[Key Sector Analysis in Turkish Economy: A Compare Between 2002-2012]

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  • Alp, Esra
  • Kök, Recep
  • Başkol, Murat Ozan

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Interindustry analysis that researches alterations in qualitative and quantitative structures of industrial activity is being used as an analytical tool in the matter of monitoring development performance of economy. The aim of this study is to calculate backward linkages by Leontief approach and forward linkages by Ghosh approach based on 2002 and 2012 input output tables and analyse evolution in key sectors. Linkage findings reflecting the 'feedback' and 'stimulant' power of industries are utilized as indicators for optimization in allocation of resources and taking investment decisions. Findings of the study reveal that "manufacture of chemicals, chemical products", "manufacture of fabricated metal products", "recycling" and "research and "development" industries have lost the property of being key industry in relevant period. However only "basic metals” became as a key industry thereby reducing its import dependency. By the results of this study, it is expected to contribute to policymakers in developing policy.

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  • Alp, Esra & Kök, Recep & Başkol, Murat Ozan, 2017. "Türkiye Ekonomisinde Sürükleyici Endüstri Analizi:2002-2012 Karşılaştırması [Key Sector Analysis in Turkish Economy: A Compare Between 2002-2012]," MPRA Paper 89952, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    Keywords

    Input-Output Model; Linkage Effects; Key Sector Analysis;
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    JEL classification:

    • C67 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Mathematical Methods; Programming Models; Mathematical and Simulation Modeling - - - Input-Output Models
    • L00 - Industrial Organization - - General - - - General
    • L6 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Manufacturing

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