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Türkiye’de Bölgelerarasý Gelir Farklýlýklarý: Yakýnsama Var mý?

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  • Orhan Karaca

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Abstract

Türkiye’nin doðu ve batý bölgeleri arasýnda kiþi baþýna gelir düzeyi açýsýndan doðu aleyhine önemli bir farklýlýk vardýr. Bu durum doðudan batýya doðru göçe yol açmakta ve geliþmiþ yörelerde baþta çarpýk kentleþme ve asayiþ olmak üzere önemli sorunlara neden olmaktadýr. Bu sorunlarýn önüne geçmek için 1960’lý yýllarýn sonundan bu yana bölgeler arasý gelir farklýlýklarýný azaltma amacýný güden politikalar uygulanmaktadýr. Bu çalýþmada bu politikalarýn gelir farklýlýklarýný azaltma yönünde etki gösterip göstermediði, il bazýnda 1975- 2000 dönemi verileriyle incelenmiþtir. Yakýnsama hipotezinden ve bu hipotezin test edilmesi için geliþtirilen ß-yakýnsama ve ?-yakýnsama ölçütlerinden yararlanýlarak yapýlan araþtýrmanýn sonucunda, ele alýnan dönemde iller arasýndaki gelir farklýlýklarýnda azalma deðil artýþ olduðu bulgusuna ulaþýlmýþtýr. Bu sonuç bölgeler arasýndaki gelir farklýlýklarýný azaltmak amacýyla uygulanan politikalarýn sorgulanmasý gerektiðini göstermektedir.

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  • Orhan Karaca, 2004. "Türkiye’de Bölgelerarasý Gelir Farklýlýklarý: Yakýnsama Var mý?," Working Papers 2004/7, Turkish Economic Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:tek:wpaper:2004/7
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    Keywords

    Yakýnsama; ekonomik büyüme; bölgesel politikalar;

    JEL classification:

    • O18 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Urban, Rural, Regional, and Transportation Analysis; Housing; Infrastructure
    • R11 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - General Regional Economics - - - Regional Economic Activity: Growth, Development, Environmental Issues, and Changes
    • R58 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - Regional Government Analysis - - - Regional Development Planning and Policy

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