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Mali Disiplin ve Büyüme: Türkiye Deneyimi

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  • Fatih Özatay

    (TOBB University of Economics and Technology)

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2001 krizinden sonra 2007’ye kadar Türkiye ekonomisi uzun dönem ortalamasýnýn çok üzerinde büyüdü. Üstelik bu büyüme hýzý benzer ülkelerin büyüme hýzlarýnýn da üzerinde gerçekleþti. Ayný dönemde Türkiye mali disipline dayanan bir ekonomik programý uygulamaya koydu. Bu program sonucunda 2000 yýlýnýn baþýnda milli gelire oranla neredeyse yüzde 20’ye ulaþan bütçe açýðý 2006 yýlýnýn sonunda kapanma noktasýna geldi. Yine ayný dönemde kamu borcunun milli gelire oraný 41 puan azaldý. Çarpýcý denilebilecek bu mali konsolidasyon sýrasýnda nasýl oldu da Türkiye ekonomisinin büyüme hýzý yüzde 7’leri aþtý? Bu çalýþma, yazarýn daha geniþ bir çalýþmasýnýn sonuçlarýna dayanarak bu soruyu yanýtlamayý amaçlamaktadýr.

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  • Fatih Özatay, 2012. "Mali Disiplin ve Büyüme: Türkiye Deneyimi," Working Papers 2012/110, Turkish Economic Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:tek:wpaper:2012/110
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