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Six EU Member and Candidate Countries Examine the Impact of the Economic Crisis on Industrial Relations… Experts from partner organizations, including TEPAV will come together with the social stakeholders in Brussels in July as a part of the EU Project.
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27/06/2012   ANKARA – In the scope of the Project titled "The Economic Crisis Impact on Industrial Relations National Systems: Policy Responses As Key Recovery Tools", experts from the six partner countries will travel to Brussels to take part in a 5-day [More]
TEPAV: "Current account deficit could have been lowered by $14 billion” TEPAV states that the fight with current account deficit requires the tightening of fiscal policy as well as of monetary policy.
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15/05/2012   ANKARA- TEPAV stressed that public savings in 2011 could have been 38 billion TL higher and said, “if public savings in 2011 are increased by 38 billion TL, current account deficit can be lowered by $14 billion, corresponding to a deficit of [More]
The EU Fiscal Compact to Get out of Crisis Discussed at TEPAV Angelo Santagostino, PhD, of the University of Brescia drew attention to the rise in public debt across EU formerly controlled via the Maastricht criteria.
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09/04/2012   ANKARA – The European Union (EU) fiscal compact which became a global agenda item amid the crisis was addressed with a meeting held at TEPAV. The keynote speaker of the meeting held on Monday, 9 April 2012 was Angelo Santagostino, Jean Monne [More]
The World Economy after the Crisis: Risks and Possible Solutions During a meeting held at TEPAV, recent developments in the world economy and their impacts on Turkey were discussed in their many aspects.
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30/03/2012   ANKARA – On Friday, 30 March 2012, a meeting was held at TEPAV to discuss the challenges and risks the world economy has faced in the post-crisis era particularly after August 2011 and their impacts on the Turkish economy. The speakers drew a [More]
TEPAV Constitution Experts Seminar Series - 7. Prof. Gylfason: "High-Inflation Countries Need Detailed Constitutions." Professor Thorvaldur Gylfason, member of the Icelandic Constitutional Assembly, stated that the new constitution-making process in Iceland had been initiated with the “pots-and-pans revolution” after the economic crash of 2008.
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24/01/2012   ANKARA – On Tuesday, January 24, 2012, a meeting titled “Making a New Constitution: The Case of Iceland” was held at TEPAV in the context of the Constitution Experts Seminar Series. The seventh meeting of the series hosted Thorvaldur Gylf [More]
TEPAV Director Sak: “The State Needed Austerity; the Peoples Are Doing It.” Güven Sak delivered a speech titled “No Need to Worry(?)” during the 11th Retail Sector Summit.
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19/10/2011   ISTANBUL – TEPAV Director Güven Sak, speaking about the market interventions of the Central Bank and the latest government decisions, said, “I do not know what the Central Bank is trying to do, either. There are some measures concerning th [More]
TEPAV Stability Institute Director Serdengeçti: “No Light at the End of the Tunnel.” Speaking at a meeting organized by GYİAD, Süreyya Serdengeçti said that satisfactory anti-crisis steps had not been taken yet and that there was “no light at the end of the tunnel.”
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18/10/2011 ISTANBUL – TEPAV Stability Institute Director Serdengeçti stated that there still was no satisfactory framework set up to solve the problems of the global crisis and that the deterioration of expectations was prolonging the process. He said, “ [More]
Post-crisis Agenda for Foreign Trade: South-South Trade World Bank report "Managing Openness: Trade and Outward Oriented Growth after the Crisis" debated with a meeting at TEPAV.
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19/09/2011 ANKARA -A World Bank report titled "Managing Openness: Trade and Outward Oriented Growth after the Crisis" was addressed with a meeting held at TEPAV on September 19, 2011. Among the featured themes of the report was the rising importance of south- [More]
TEPAV Assesses Turkey’s Growth Performance: “Turkey is the second most successful of Europe, following Poland” The assessment of growth performance revealed that Turkey had been the 10th economy that witnessed the severest contraction in 2009, and the 5th most rapidly recovering economy in 2010.
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31/03/2011   ANKARA- TEPAV stated that among the 40 countries that were analyzed, Turkey demonstrated a phenomenal growth performance. Stressing that it is of significance that Turkey, which had been the 10th economy that witnessed the severest contraction [More]
TEPAV: The Crisis Improved the Adaptation Capacity of Turkey’s Exports In the crisis period, Turkey's ranking decreased from the 8th place to 18th in terms of competitiveness whereas the adaptation to the emerging markets increased from 14th place to 4th.
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29/03/2011 ANKARA- TEPAV analyzed Turkey's competitiveness and adaptation to emerging markets as two key factors necessitated for a sustainable and strong export performance. Findings about Turkey and other countries in the same income group maintained that a [More]