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Market Potential and Regional Disparities in Turkey

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  • Fatma Dogruel

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  • A. Suut Dogruel
  • B. Can Karahasan

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Regional disparity is one of the important characteristics of Turkish economy. The paper focuses on the explanatory power of market potential on the regional differences in Turkey. Regional divergences in wages and employment are used as the proxies for regional differences. Empirical results reveal that, under various specifications, variation in market potential is an important determinant of regional differences.

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  • Fatma Dogruel & A. Suut Dogruel & B. Can Karahasan, 2011. "Market Potential and Regional Disparities in Turkey," ERSA conference papers ersa11p1601, European Regional Science Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:wiw:wiwrsa:ersa11p1601
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