OECD Economic Surveys: Turkey

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1999-0480 (en ligne)
1995-3429 (imprimé)
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OECD’s periodic surveys of the Turkish economy. Each edition surveys the major challenges faced by the country, evaluates the short-term outlook, and makes specific policy recommendations. Special chapters take a more detailed look at specific challenges. Extensive statistical information is included in charts and graphs.

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15 jui 1999
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9789264167339 (PDF) ;9789264169869(imprimé)

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This 1999 edition of OECD's periodic reviews of Turkey's economy examines recent economic developments, policies and prospcts. It includes special features on budget deficits and debt, reforming the social security system, and structural reform.

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Table des matières

Assessment and recommendations
I. Slow growth, instability and inflation
-Cyclical background to the current instability
-Responses to the global financial crisis
-Monetary policy: a stabilising role
-Economic prospects
II. Budget deficits and debt: correcting structural imbalances
-Policy background
-Progress towards budget consolidation
-The debt burden
-Correcting structural budget deficiencies
-Assessment of the consolidation process
III. Reforming the social security system
-Organisation and development of social protection
-Economic and social distortions implied by the current social security system
-Directions for reform
IV. Structural reform for better-balanced growth
-Turkey’s longer-run economic performance
-Enhancing product market competition
-Infrastructure improvement
-Towards more efficient financial markets
-Labour markets and human capital
-Improving the policy-making process
-I. Quantifying output gains of disinflation
-II. The dynamics of government debt accumulation
-III. The ILO pension reform proposals
-IV. Calculation of implied real pension rates of return
-V. Chronology of main economic events
Statistical annex and structural indicators

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