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Turkiye Ekonomisi Icin Kilit Sektorun Belirlenmesi -Girdi Cikti Analizi Yaklasimi-

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  • Veli Yilanci


    (Department of Financial Econometrics, Faculty of Economics & Administrative Sciences, University of Sakarya)

Turkiye ekonomisi icin kilit sektorleri bulmak amaciyla girdi-cikti analizinin kullanildigi bu calismada, Bulmer-Thomas in onermis oldugu baglanti etkileri kullanilmistir. Elde edilen sonuclara gore; Tarim, Ticaret, Ulasim-Haberlesme ve Kisisel Hizmet sektorleri Turkiye ekonomisi icin kilit konumundadir. Bu sektorlere yapilacak yatirimlar ekonomik buyumeyi hizlandirici bir etki yapacaktir.

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Paper provided by Department of Financial Econometrics, Faculty of Economics & Administrative Sciences, University of Sakarya in its series Working Papers with number 2013-01.

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Length: 12 pages
Date of creation: 2008
Publication status: Published in Iktisat Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 2008, pages 75-86
Handle: RePEc:sak:wpaper:2013-01
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