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Hizmetler, Ticaret ve Insaat Sektorlerinde Kapasite Kullanim Orani

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  • Evren Erdogan Cosar

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[TR] Hizmetler, ticaret ve insaat gibi servisler ile ilgili sektorler gerek katma deger gerekse istihdam yaratma acisindan buyuk bir ekonomik oneme sahip olmalarina ragmen veri kisitlari nedeniyle bu sektorlerin faaliyetleri yeterince takip edilememektedir. Bu notta TUIK tarafindan hizmetler, perakende ticaret ve insaat sektorlerine uygulanan Aylik Isyeri Egilim Anketi verileri kullanilarak ilgili sektorler icin kapasite kullanim oranlari hesaplanmistir. Sonuclar, hesaplanan kapasite kullanim orani serilerinin ekonomik faaliyetin takibinde yararli olabilecegine isaret etmektedir. [EN] Although services sectors have a great economic importance by means of value-added and job creation, economic activity of these sectors cannot be adequately followed due to the data limitations. In this study capacity utilization rates for services, retail trade and construction sectors are calculated using the Monthly Business Tendency Survey conducted by TURKSTAT. The results show that calculated capacity utilization rate series may be useful in monitoring economic activity.

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  • Evren Erdogan Cosar, 2016. "Hizmetler, Ticaret ve Insaat Sektorlerinde Kapasite Kullanim Orani," CBT Research Notes in Economics 1604, Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
  • Handle: RePEc:tcb:econot:1604
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