logo tobb logo tobbetu


Keywords: Global Financial Crisis

Evaluation Note/Erhan Türbedar, PhD Romanian Government Shaken By Economic Crisis
Haber Resim
04/11/2010 Romanian cities have recently been the stage for mass demonstrations to protest against the measures the government has taken to safeguard the economy. Romanians' support for the Emil Bok government is steadily waning because of the political measu [More]
Post-crisis prescription for Turkey: "Tight monetary policy instead of capital controls" At the panel titled "How to Manage Capital Flows" organized by Global Development Learning Network, Anne Krueger recommended 'tight monetary policy' to Turkey in response to the question of TEPAV as to which policies other than capital controls could Turkey implement.
Haber Resim
11/10/2010 ANKARA - At the panel titled "How to Manage Capital Flows" organized by Global Development Learning Network, a World Bank Organization' the question on the management of capital flows after the crisis, posed by TEPAV on behalf of Turkey was discuss [More]
TEPAV: “Large Firms are Still Cautious” TEPAV stated that though large firms started to recover from the 2008 crisis, they remained cautious in terms of investment behaviors.
27/09/2010 ANKARA - TEPAV stated that though large firms affected adversely by the 20008 crisis started to recover, they remained cautious particularly in terms of investments. Policy note "From the 2008 Crisis to Today: Large Firms are Still Cautious" by TE [More]
TEPAV: "Measures to Support Export Performance are Needed" TEPAV states that in order to maintain the impressive growth performance, Turkey has to introduce measures that will ensure the sustainability of the rise in private investments and regard recovery in exports.
Haber Resim
22/09/2010 ANKARA- TEPAV stated that in order to maintain the impressive growth performance, Turkey has to introduce measures that will ensure the sustainability of the rise in private investments and regard recovery in exports and warned that otherwise, alon [More]
Global Economy and Significance of G20 was Discussed at TEPAV
Haber Resim
08/06/2010   ANKARA- TEPAV and Canada Embassy organized a meeting to discuss the significance of G20 at the eve of G20 Toronto Summit to be held on June 26-27 2010. Opening speeches were delivered by Prof. Dr. Güven Sak, TEPAV Director, Serap Özcoşkun, De [More]
Working Paper/Hasan Ersel Vulnerability to External Financial Shocks: The Case of Turkey
05/05/2010 For many observers, Turkey's performance during the "2007+ global financial crisis" was puzzling. In the first half of the 2009, Turkey was one of the worst affected countries in the world. In addition, the Turkish government was too slow to react, [More]
TEPAV/SAK: “Fiscal Rule is required for sustainable and steady growth...”
22/02/2010 İSTANBUL- TEPAV Director Prof. Dr. Güven Sak stated that a cap must be put on government expenditures through a fiscal rule in order to assure sustainable and stable growth. TEPAV Director Sak delivered a speech titled "Pace of European Union Enla [More]
TEPAV : "Istanbul Decisions Are Of Great Importance For Turkey"
20/10/2009 ANKARA- TEPAV Policy Note "From 'Washington Consensus' to 'Istanbul Decisions': Where do we go?" stated that Istanbul Decisions are of great importance with respect to both the future of the global system and to the position of Turkey in the new glob [More]
Economic Crisis Hits The Urban Poor
29/09/2009 ANKARA- The Turkey Welfare Monitoring Survey, sponsored by TEPAV, UNICEF and the World Bank, conducted with 2100 families suggest that urban families, especially the poor, were affected quite negatively by the economic crisis. Nearly three quarters o [More]
Skewed Trade: Cash in Advance When Importing; but a Lack of Cash When Exporting
25/08/2009 ANKARA- Trade problems of Turkey partially originate from weak demand in the midst of the crisis, while another probelm stems from Turkey being the party that undertakes risk both in exports and imports. The Turkish tier of the World Bank Trade Fina [More]