Turkey

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    Turkey's economy is a complex mix of modern industry, a traditional agricultural sector, and a rapidly growing private sector. At the same time the country is positioning itself and preparing for entry into the European Union. That Turkey should meet her national economic goals is, therefore, particularly important. A vital factor in achieving these will be the country's regional economies and their associated economic policies. To date, however, many of the policy interventions adopted have been based on models drawn from developed economies and the outcome has raised a number of concerns. Are policy interventions drawn from advanced economies appropriate for transitional economies such as Turkey? Aksel Ersoy's book is the first work to explore the dynamics of local and regional development in Turkey. In addition, he offers a new theoretical framework for understanding the local and regional dynamics of emerging and transitional economies more generally.

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    Number of Pages: 256
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781784536060
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    Listed in: Development economics & emerging economies, Political economy, Economic geography
    Publisher: I.B.Tauris

    Books by Aksel Ersoy

    Hardback

    RRP: £72.00

    Total: £60.06

    Save: £11.94 per copy!

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