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Turkiye'de Kapsayici Buyume


  • Temel Taskin


[TR] Bu calisma Turkiye'nin son on yildaki GSYH buyumesini "kapsayicilik" acisindan incelemektedir. Bunu yaparken Anand vd. (2013)’un gelistirmis oldugu, buyumenin kisi basina dusen milli gelir ve dengeli dagilim bilesenlerini bir arada incelemeye olanak taniyan yeni bir olcum metodu kullanilmaktadir. Temel bulgular Turkiye'de buyumenin 2002-2011 donemi icin kapsayici oldugunu gostermektedir. Bolgesel ve donemsel gelismelere odaklanildiginda, buyume performansi acisindan bolgeler arasinda ve alt donemlerde farklilasmalar dikkati cekmektedir. Ayrica, bolgesel analiz bulgulari Turkiye'nin GSYH buyumesinde kisi basina dusen milli gelir-dagilim odunlesimi ortaya koymaktadir. [EN] In this paper, we discover the inclusiveness of GDP growth in Turkey over the course of the last decade. In doing so, we use a recently developed method a la Anand et al. (2013) which integrates per capita income and distribution dimensions of economic growth in a single measure. We find that Turkish GDP growth was - on average - inclusive between 2002 and 2011. We also investigate cross-region and over-time developments for the available data period, and document significant heterogeneity in inclusiveness of economic growth across these dimensions. Moreover, the regional analysis based on 2006-2011 period reflects an efficiency-equity tradeoff in Turkey’s economic growth.

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  • Temel Taskin, 2014. "Turkiye'de Kapsayici Buyume," CBT Research Notes in Economics 1411, Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
  • Handle: RePEc:tcb:econot:1411

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