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Keywords: Female Labor Force Participation

TEPAV Assesses the Tenth Development Plan (2) The Tenth Development Plan and an Old Question: Can Women Boost Turkey’s Growth? | An Evaluation Note by Güneş A. Aşık
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15/08/2013 "Promoting women’s employment is a major issue that will come to the fore in international economic platforms in the near future. With the tightened global liquidity and reduced chances for growth driven by cheap foreign funds, developing countri [More]
The Number of Women in Non-Agricultural Employment Increased by 50 Percent in the Last 5 Years The number of women in employment increased by 1.5 million to 4.8 million.
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16/06/2013   ANKARA – The number of women in non-agricultural employment has increased by 50 percent (1.5 million) in the last five years, to 4.8 million. The eighteenth issue of the TEPAV Employment Monitoring Bulletin reported, “Figures for February [More]
Turkey’s Industry: Carry on with the Pipes and Drums or Time for the Symphony? The recent transformation of and the prospects for the Turkish industry was deliberated during a meeting at TEPAV.
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10/05/2013   ANKARA - TEPAV and the World Bank jointly organized a meeting titled “Industrial Policy in the World and in Turkey” on Friday, 10 May 2013. At the meeting, which raised the need for Turkey to switch to high-tech sophisticated industrial pro [More]
Turkey’s Female Labor Force Challenge on Europe’s Development Agenda TEPAV Director Sak stated that low female labor force participation rate of Turkey stems from demand and supply problems of the labor market.
Haber Resim
16/10/2012   BRUSSELS – TEPAV Director Güven Sak talked about the situation of female labor force in Turkey in this year’s European Development Days, the prominent forum on international relations and development cooperation in Europe organized by the [More]
Commentary/Esen Çağlar Are women in our cities not working because of insufficient subway systems?
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09/01/2012   "There is a debate we have missed out on due to the tumultuous agenda of the week: The Mayor of the Istanbul, Kadir Topbaş, said that the dolmuş (a shared transportation system where the rate is paid by the distance traveled) will gradually [More]
Commentary/Esen Çağlar: Being a top ten economy: are we dreaming? TEPAV Economic Policy Analyst Esen Çağlar assessed Turkey's aim to be a top-ten economy by 2023 in the light of a comparison of Turkey's performance with other countries in the list.
Haber Resim
14/11/2011   Çağlar assessed: "On a TV show recently, the program host was wandering through the streets of a rising Anatolian city, asking people how many weeks there were in a year. The majority of the respondents answered, “4 times 12, so 48 week [More]
Evaluation Note/Andrew Fraker & Damla Özdemir Female Labor Force Participation: How Does Turkey Compare?
Haber Resim
09/03/2011 Low female labor force participation (FLFP) levels lead to an excess amount of labor that can't be utilized in such economies. Women's lack of economic independence is also a serious cause for the underdevelopment of women's rights in a country. Am [More]