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Labor 20 Launch Held in Ankara Attending the launch event, Bozkurt Aran, Director of the TEPAV Multilateral Trade Studies Center, informed the attendees about TEPAV’s priorities for the T20.
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04/02/2015 ANKARA – The launch event of the Labor 20 (L20), one of the five outreach groups of G20, was held in Ankara on Wednesday, 4 February, 2015. Discussions during the meeting, entitled “Job-Generating Growth, Fair Wages, and Inclusive Development, [More]
The TEPAV | FAPRI Advisory Platform Convenes TEPAV |FAPRI Director Güven said that the Institute was making projections for wheat, barley, and corn to develop an economic model.
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12/06/2013   ANKARA – The TEPAV Food and Agricultural Policies Research Institute (TEPAV | FAPRI), operating under the auspices of TEPAV, held its first advisory platform meeting on Wednesday, 12 June 2013. The Platform members consisting of cooperative a [More]
Merih Celasun Memorial Day Events End with a Panel on Agricultural Productivity and Growth During a panel carried out at TEPAV, key findings of the Celasun Award winner study were presented by Dr. Murat Üngör.
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22/06/2012 ANKARA – The Second Merih Celasun Memorial Day events carried out by TEPAV ended with a panel themed “Growth and Agricultural Productivity: A Cross-country Comparison.” During the panel, the study that won the Merih Celasun 2011 Award title [More]
Merih Celasun 2011 Award Winner Announced Merih Celasun 2011 Award given to the article titled "Agricultural Productivity and Growth in Turkey" by Prof. Ayşe İmrohoroğlu and Prof. Selahattin İmrohoroğlu of South Califonia University and Dr. Murat Üngör of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
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16/12/2011 ANKARA- The Competition for the Merih Celasun Awards launched by TEPAV has ended. Winner of this first competition was the study titled "Agricultural Productivity and Growth in Turkey" by Prof. Ayşe İmrohoroğlu and Prof. Selahattin İmrohoroğlu [More]
Prof. Rodrik of Harvard University: ‘Keep an Eye on the Manufacturing Industry and Services Sector for Sustaining Structural Transformation’ Dani Rodrik, commenting on Turkey's economy underlined that rate at which manufacturing is expanding employment has slowed down and many of the services that are growing are not as productive.
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22/12/2010 ANKARA - Prof. Dani Rodrik of Harvard University stated that it will be important for rapid, productivity-enhancing structural change to be sustained in order for Turkey to maintain its high rate of economic growth. Rodrik maintained that this m [More]