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T20 Shared Policy Briefs Under G20 Argentine Presidency As a part of the T20 (Think-20) activities under the G20 Argentine presidency, policy briefs prepared by leading think tanks have been published and shared with the public.  
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24/07/2018- 464 Similar to 2017, TEPAV, once again, has taken part in developing policy briefs to be discussed in G20 meetings in 2018. These briefs, which were prepared to be conveyed to the actors in global governance at the G20 meetings in September, were share [More]
As The Business Activities Recover, Expectations Increase In The Retail Sector 102th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.  
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03/07/2018- 156   TEPE, which reached to -17.6 points during the first half of 2017, increased to the level of -13.2 points in the first half of 2018. The Index experienced an increase by 2.4 points compared to the previous month and by 2.3 points compared to the [More]
Employment Increased by 767 Thousand in a Year, Decreased by 46 Thousand in a Month 73rd Issue of TEPAV Employment Bulletin Is Published  
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28/06/2018- 156   Using the Social Security Institution (SGK) data for March 2018 and İSKUR data for April 2018, the 73th issue of TEPAV’s Employment Monitoring Bulletin indicates that while the number of employees in formal employment increased by 767 thousand , [More]
Syrians And Post-War Ghetto In Turkey Evaluation Note / Asmin Kavas, Omar Kadkoy
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07/06/2018- 1497 Cities are places where a lot of different groups of people meet. Today, the cities of Turkey are embracing newcomers who, after fleeing war, are settling down in different urban settings. Historically, cities witnessed the birth of a phenomenon ex [More]
Expectations Of Sales And Employment Decreased In The Retail Sector 101th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.  
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04/06/2018- 192   The retail confidence, which was following a negative course since February 2016 (the last 28 months), scored -16.4 in May. This level was lower than the previous month by 0.3 points and lower than the same period of the last year by 1.5 points. [More]
TEPAV Bulletin of Companies with Syrian Capital - April 2018  
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31/05/2018- 444   TEPAV has evaluated the data obtained from the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) regarding the companies established in January, 2018 including those with Syrian partners and capital. TEPAV presents a monthly bulletin on [More]
Yearly Increase in Total Employment is 1 Million, In The Manufacturing Industry Employment Increased by 202 Thousand 72nd Issue of TEPAV Employment Bulletin Is Published  
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29/05/2018- 151   Using the Social Security Institution (SGK) data for February 2018  and İSKUR data for March 2018, the 72th issue of TEPAV’s Employment Monitoring Bulletin indicates that while the number of employees in formal employment increased by 1 million, [More]
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark Addressed Whither Sustainability Agenda  
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16/05/2018- 199   Ankara – The conference titled “Rising Global Pessimism: Whither Sustainability Agenda” with the Keynote Speaker Helen Clark, Former New Zealand Prime Minister and UNDP Administrator, was held by TEPAV on May 14th, 2018 at TOBB-Economy and Techn [More]
While Employment Increased by 1.1 Million, the Increase was due to SMEs whose Employment Increased by 903 Thousand 71th Issue of TEPAV Employment Bulletin Is Published  
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30/04/2018- 216 Using the Social Security Institution (SGK) data for January 2018  and İSKUR data for February 2018, the 71st issue of TEPAV’s Employment Monitoring Bulletin indicates that while the number of employees in formal employment increased by 1 million 1 [More]
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TEPAV Bulletin of Companies with Syrian Capital - March 2018  
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15/04/2018- 250   TEPAV has evaluated the data obtained from the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) regarding the companies established in January, 2018 including those with Syrian partners and capital. TEPAV presents a mon [More]