Turkey and the Global Economy
Neo-Liberal Restructuring and Integration in the Post-Crisis Era
Since the budgetary emergency of 2000 and 2001 the Turkish economy has experienced impressive change and some change. This book gives a point by point examination of the neo-liberal rebuilding that has occurred and the difficulties the economy still faces, giving a near viewpoint on late changes and the position of Turkey in the worldwide economy.
This book looks at all significant parts of the post-emergency financial execution of the Turkish economy. Significant segments of the economy, for example, agribusiness and assembling alongside key issues, for example, privatization, send out development, advancements in the work market, neediness and social avoidance are investigated in detail. The creators consider Turkish execution from a near point of view, attracting thoughtfulness regarding its likenesses with the experience of other developing markets.
Giving an understanding into the real troubles of post-emergency modification, supportability of the additions accomplished up until now and the difficulties that lie ahead, this book will hold any importance with scholastics and researchers in the fields of International Political Economy and Globalization Studies, Middle East Studies and Development Studies, and having noteworthiness for specialists in developing markets.