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Keywords: Private Capital Flows

TEPAV: “Current Account Deficit Problem Now More Dangerous” TEPAV stated that the rapid deterioration in the current account deficit resulted from the buoyant economic growth driven by domestic demand and stressed that the characteristics of the current account deficit problem of Turkey have changed considerably.
Haber Resim
22/02/2011 ANKARA - TEPAV stated that the characteristics of the current account deficit problem of Turkey have changed considerably and said: "The rapid deterioration in the current account deficit resulted from the buoyant economic growth driven by domest [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]
Evaluation Note / TEPAV A Return to the 1980s in Private Capital Flows
27/02/2009 This note prepared by TEPAV's Global Crisis Working Group evaluates how the capital movements towards developing countries evolved from 1970s to present and makes some inferences pertaining to the crisis environment. The close connection between th [More]