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Turkiye'de Endeksli Bonolar Kullanilarak Enflasyon Telafisi Olculmesi

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  • Murat Duran
  • Eda Gulsen
  • Refet Gurkaynak

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[TR] Enflasyon beklentilerine iliskin dogru bilgi elde etmek tüm iktisadi birimler icin daha saglikli ekonomik kararlarin alinabilmesi acisindan onem tasimaktadir. Uygulamada, enflasyon beklentilerini olcmek amaciyla kullanilan kaynaklar beklenti anketleri ve finansal piyasa verileridir. Bu notta, enflasyon telafisinin anket verilerine alternatif bir enflasyon beklentisi gostergesi olarak kullanimi ustunlukleri ve sakincalarindan bahsedilerek tartisilmaktadir. Buna ek olarak, nominal ve enflasyona endeksli tahvil verileri kullanilarak hesaplanan enflasyon telafilerinin para politikasina iliskin cesitli analizlerde kullanilabilecegi gosterilmistir. [EN] For all economic actors, obtaining accurate information about inflation expectations is crucial in decision making process. In practice, two main sources in the measurement of inflation expectations are expectation surveys and financial market data. In this note, we discuss inflation compensation as an alternative indicator of inflation expectations to expectation surveys along with the advantages and disadvantages of its usage. In addition, we show that inflation compensation, calculated by using nominal and inflation-linked bond data, can be used as a tool in various monetary policy analyses.

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  • Murat Duran & Eda Gulsen & Refet Gurkaynak, 2011. "Turkiye'de Endeksli Bonolar Kullanilarak Enflasyon Telafisi Olculmesi," CBT Research Notes in Economics 1115, Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
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    1. Güler, Mustafa Haluk & Keleş, Gürsu & Polat, Tandoğan, 2017. "An empirical decomposition of the liquidity premium in breakeven inflation rates," The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Elsevier, vol. 63(C), pages 185-192.

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