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Sektorel Reel Efektif Doviz Kurlari : Turkiye Uygulamasi

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  • Hulya Saygili
  • Gokhan Yilmaz
  • Sibel Filazioglu
  • Hakan Toprak

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Bu calismanin amaci Turk Imalat Sanayine ait sektorel reel efektif doviz kuru (REK) endekslerini olusturmaktir. Sektorlere ozgu rekabet ve dis ticaret ortaklarinin farklilastigi dusunuldugunde, sektorel endekslerin imalat sanayi butunu icin hesaplanan endekslerden farkli bir seyir izleyerek, sektorel rekabet gucu gelismelerinin anlasilmasinda daha bilgilendirici olmasi beklenmektedir. REK’ler dis ticaretimizde ilk 10 sirada yer alan imalat sanayi sektorleri icin hesaplanmistir. Hesaplamalarda 38 ticaret ortaginin 2004-2008 donemi ikili ticaret akimlari kullanilmistir. Ulkelerin sektorel efektif doviz kuru endeksleri icindeki agirliklari hem yurtici hem de ucuncu ulke pazarlarina ait rekabeti yansitacak sekilde hesaplanmistir. Son asamada ise kurlar sektorel fiyat endeksleri kullanilarak fiyat etkilerinden arindirilmistir. Sonuclar sektorel REK’lerin sadece sektorler arasi degil ayni zamanda hem UFE hem de TUFE bazli genel REK’lerden de onemli olcude farklilastigini gostermektedir.

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  • Hulya Saygili & Gokhan Yilmaz & Sibel Filazioglu & Hakan Toprak, 2012. "Sektorel Reel Efektif Doviz Kurlari : Turkiye Uygulamasi," Working Papers 1213, Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
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    Keywords

    Sektorel reel efektif doviz kurlari; Imalat sanayi alt sektorleri; Turk Imalat Sanayi Rekabet Gucu;

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    • C82 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Data Collection and Data Estimation Methodology; Computer Programs - - - Methodology for Collecting, Estimating, and Organizing Macroeconomic Data; Data Access
    • F31 - International Economics - - International Finance - - - Foreign Exchange
    • L60 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Manufacturing - - - General

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