Politico-Economic Development of Turkey and The Transformation of Political Islam - Economic Research Forum (ERF)

Politico-Economic Development of Turkey and The Transformation of Political Islam

Hasan Ersel


Date:
April, 2013

NO.
746

Length:
42 pages

Topic:
F5. International Relations, National Security, and International Political Economy
O1. Economic Development

This paper examines Turkey’s economic transition highlighting two objectives: achieving a strong growth performance in an open economy framework and fostering democracy. These two aims have shaped the politico-economic development of Turkey since 1950. The paper focuses on the historical roots of government success in handling the varying demands of diverse economic players; notably small and large economic decision makers.

 

ملخص

تدرس هذه الورقة انتقال تركيا وتسلط الضوء على هدفين وهما تحقيق أداء النمو القوي في إطار اقتصاد مفتوح وتعزيز الديمقراطية وهما الهدفين الذان شكلا التنمية السياسية والاقتصادية لتركيا منذ عام 1950. كان التركيز في هذه الورقة على الجذور التاريخية للنجاح الحكومة في التعامل مع مطالب متنوعة متفاوتة من صناع القرار الاقتصادي؛ صغيرة وكبيرة ولا سيما صناع القرار الاقتصادي.
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Hasan Ersel

Faculty Member, Faculty of Management & Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University


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