Adjustment, stabilisation and the analysis of the employment structure in Turkey:an input-output approach
Guncavdi, O., KucukcifcI, S. and McKay, A., 2003. Adjustment, stabilisation and the analysis of the employment structure in Turkey:an input-output approach. Economics of Planning, 36 (4), pp. 315-331.
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The aim of the paper is to examine the effects on employment of the large-scale structural adjustment programme undertaken by Turkey from the early 1980s onwards. In this respect, we particularly analyse how appropriate the choices of factor intensity after structural adjustment programme have been in the domestic production in comparison with the availability of domestic factor endowment. Our findings show that foreign trade in intermediate goods creates extra use of domestic labour, which can be considered as the labour cost of importing intermediate goods. This is the case in the majority of industries in the preand post-liberalisation period in Turkey. However, the capacity of using extra labour as a result of importing intermediate goods appeared to have decreased in the post-liberalisation period.
|Creators||Guncavdi, O., KucukcifcI, S. and McKay, A.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||trade and labor market interactions (f160),national income,money,product,and expenditure,inflation (p240),socialist systems and transitional economies|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Social & Policy Sciences|
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