Inflation and Disinflation in Turkey By Libby Rittenberg
Inflation and Disinflation in Turkey
by Libby Rittenberg
Since the 1990s Turkey has experienced a number of disasters, both physical and economic. The result has been a decrease in economic performance compared to other European states. This study addresses the country's ongoing economic struggles.
Introduction: Turkey's disinflation struggle, Aykut Kibritcioglu, Libby Rittenberg and Faruk Selcuk; Turkish economy - 1980-2001, Ahmet Ertugrul and Faruk Selcuk. Sources of Inflation in Turkey: Causes of inflation in Turkey - a literature survey with special reference to theories of inflation, Aykut Kibritcioglu; Budget deficit, inflation, and debt sustainability - evidence from Turkey (1970-2000), O. Cevdet Akcay, C. Emre Alper and Suleyman Ozmucur; Long memory in Turkish inflation rates, Haluk Erlat. Perspectives on Disinflation in Turkey: Inflationary expectations and the costs of disinflation - a case for costless disinflation in Turkey?, Selahattin Didooglu; Turkish inflation and real output growth - 1963-2000, Tevfik F. Nas and Mark J. Perry; Seigniorage, currency substitution and inflation in Turkey, Faruk Selcuk; The impact of a disinflation program on the structure of the Turkish banking sector - evidence from 1988-99, C. Emre Alper, M. Hakan Berument and N. Kamuran Malatyali.
Inflation and Disinflation in Turkey by Libby Rittenberg
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