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Finansal Stres ve Iktisadi Faaliyet

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  • Selim Elekdag
  • Ibrahim Burak Kanli

Bu not, finansal stres ve iktisadi faaliyet arasindaki etkilesimi gelismekte olan ulkeler perspektifinden incelemektedir. Finansal stres, en genel haliyle, finansal piyasalarin ve finansal aracilik faaliyetlerinin saglikli biçimde islemesinin sekteye ugramasi olarak tanimlanabilir. Bu dogrultuda, ilk olarak, gelismekte olan ulkeler için finansal stres seviyesinin olculmesinde ve finansal stresin yuksek oldugu donemlerin belirlenmesinde kullanilabilecek aylik bir finansal stres endeksi olusturulmustur. Daha sonra ise yurt ici ve yurt disi kaynakli finansal stres soklarinin Turkiye’deki iktisadi faaliyet uzerindeki etkileri, diger gelismekte olan ulkelerle karsilastirmali bir bicimde incelenmistir. Bulgular, finansal stresin iktisadi faaliyet uzerinde belirgin bir bicimde etkili oldugunu ortaya koymaktadir. Bu kapsamda, gecici finansal stres soklari dahi sanayi uretimini belirgin bicimde genel egiliminin altina surukleyebilmektedir.

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Paper provided by Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey in its series CBT Research Notes in Economics with number 1006.

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Date of creation: 2010
Handle: RePEc:tcb:econot:1006
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