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Iktisadi Faaliyet Analizi : Oncu Gostergeler ve Ekonomi Saati Yaklasimi


  • Aslihan Atabek Demirhan
  • Evren Erdogan Cosar


[TR] Bu calismanin amaci Turkiye ekonomisi icin olusturulan es zamanli ve oncu gosterge endekslerinin, ekonomi saati yaklasimi ile birlestirilmesi ve bu yontemle iktisadi faaliyetin mevcut durumuna ve yakin gelecekte izleyebilecegi olasi seyre iliskin bilgi cikarilmasidir. Endeksler, 2011 yili baslarindan itibaren iktisadi faaliyetin yavaslama egiliminde oldugunu gostermektedir. [EN] The aim of this study is to construct coincident and leading composite indices for Turkey and to assess them in a business clock framework to extract information on the current and future state of economic activity. Indices point to a slowdown in the activity since early 2011.

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  • Aslihan Atabek Demirhan & Evren Erdogan Cosar, 2012. "Iktisadi Faaliyet Analizi : Oncu Gostergeler ve Ekonomi Saati Yaklasimi," CBT Research Notes in Economics 1202, Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
  • Handle: RePEc:tcb:econot:1202

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