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Title Turkey's political economy in the 21st Century / Emel Parlar Dal, editor.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Series International Political Economy
Series in international political economy.
Subject Turkey -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
Turkey -- Economic policy.
Turkey -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Alt Name Parlar Dal, Emel.
Description 1 online resource (319 pages).
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Controlled Neo-populism and the Redistribution in the Age of Roll-Out Neoliberalization
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 The Changing Landscape and Dynamics of Turkey's Political Economy in the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction; Introduction; International and Structural Change of Turkey's Political Economy from PWC to the Mix-Consensus Era; Turkey's Political Economy in Post-Washington Consensus Era; Turkish Political Economy in the Mix-Consensus Era (2010 Onward) and the Limits of the Turkish Developmentalist State; Multiple Layers of Diversification of Turkey's Political Economy
Domestic DiversificationInstrumental Diversification; Geographic Diversification; In Guise of Conclusion; References; Part I Domestic Diversification of Turkey's Political Economy; Chapter 2 The Political Economy of Turkey's Economic Miracles and Crisis; Introduction; The Miracles; Turkstat's 2016 Revision; Growth Analysis; Rank Analysis; Strengths and Weaknesses of Alternative Measures of GDP; Rank Analysis; The Crisis; The Interest Rate Debate; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Income Inequality in Turkey: 2003-2015; Introduction; Data and Methodology; Findings; Decomposing Inequality
Static Decomposition by SubgroupsDynamic Decomposition by Subgroup; Decomposition by Income Source; The Role of Social Transfers; Conclusion; Appendix; References; Chapter 4 Turkish Labor Market: Complex Dynamics and Challenges; Introduction; The Ups and Downs of the Turkish Labor Market; High GDP Growth, Modest Job Creation and Resilient Unemployment (2005-2007); Jump in Unemployment During the Great Recession (2008-2009); Strong Economic Revival, Decrease in Unemployment (2010-2012); Increase in Unemployment Despite High Growth (2013-2015)
Ups and Downs in Unemployment Driven by Opposing Growth Performances (2016-2017)Sustained Increase in Female Labor Force Participation; Is the Female LFPR Catching Up?; Increasing Female LFPR in All Education Levels; Widening of the Gender Gap in Unemployment Rates; Implacable Youth Unemployment; Turkish Youth Unemployment Among the Highest Ones; Causes of Youth Unemployment; Neither in School Nor in Employment; Policy Recommendations for the Youth Unemployment; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 5 Syrian Entrepreneurs in Turkey: Emerging Economic Actors and Agents of Social Cohesion
IntroductionGuests Who Turned Foreigners Under Temporary Protection; Syrians' Impact on Turkey's Labor Market and Trade; Syrian Entrepreneurs in Turkey: The New Export Engines; Features of and Challenges Facing the Refugee-Driven Entrepreneurship in Turkey; Conclusions; Annex; References; Part II Instrumental Diversification of Turkey's Political Economy; Chapter 6 The Political Economy of Turkish Foreign Aid; Introduction; The Background of Foreign Aid: Foreign Policy and Political Economy; Pro-activism in a Multi-stakeholder Diplomacy Era
ISBN 9783030276324 (electronic bk.)
3030276325 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1130901774
Additional Format Print version: Parlar Dal, Emel Turkey's Political Economy in the 21st Century Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US,c2020 9783030276317

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